Monday, December 3, 2012

Charlie Batch

  • Charlie Batch leaves a lasting impression in Steelers' victory

    Charlie Batch couldn't have written a better ending. If Sunday was the last time the Pittsburgh Steelers third-string quarterback starts an NFL game, that's the way to go out.

  • Charlie Batch leads Steelers to win over Ravens

    In what may very well have been the final start of his NFL career, 37-year-old quarterback Charlie Batch led the Pittsburgh Steelers to a 23-20 win over the Baltimore Ravens, keeping the Steelers' hopes for a spot in the AFC Playoffs alive.

  • Charlie Batch, Andrew Luck had key throws in Week 13

    Marc Sessler broke down the five runs that explained Week 13. Here are five defining throws: The Pittsburgh Steelers and Baltimore Ravens remain the best rivalry in football because their games are so memorable.

  • Charlie Batch has struggled against Ravens

    To say playing against quarterback Charlie Batch improves the Ravens' chances of beating Pittsburgh Sunday would be an understatement.

  • Steelers ride Charlie Batch to win over Ravens

    Because there's still some life in the 37-year-old arm of Charlie Batch, the Pittsburgh Steelers remain alive in the AFC North.

  • Batch keeps Steelers in the hunt

    BALTIMORE. Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Charlie Batch turns 38 this week, although in the wake of a 23-20 victory over the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday he said he doesn't expect to do much to mark the occasion.

  • Charlie Batch: QB's Big Day Means Steelers Must Not Rush Ben Roethlisberger ...

    Pittsburgh Steelers' quarterback Charlie Batch had a rough start in Week 12 against the Cleveland Browns, throwing for only 199 yards and three interceptions in a game that Steelers fans and Batch would probably like to forget.

  • Charlie Batch, Steelers "steal" a road win over Ravens

    REDEMPTION IN BALTIMORE--Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Charlie Batch congratulates running back Jonathan Dwyer, right, after Dwyer's 16-yard touchdown run during the second half against the Baltimore Ravens in Baltimore, Sunday, Dec. 2.

  • Gov. Tom Corbett boosts Pittsburgh tech scene

    Steelers quarterback Charlie Batch, that's who - especially following an unlikely and heroic victory in Baltimore on Sunday night.

  • Charlie Batch, Steelers turn tables on Ravens

    BALTIMORE - Because there's still some life in the 37-year-old arm of Charlie Batch, the Pittsburgh Steelers remain alive in the AFC North.

  • No one is safe from Charlie Batch overthrows (GIF)

    Terry Bradshaw would have hit him in stride. The 64-year-old version. Heck, modern day Kordell Stewart and Bubby Brister probably would have too.

  • Batch, Steelers stun Ravens 23-20

    BALTIMORE (AP) - If Charlie Batch doesn't start another game for the Pittsburgh Steelers this season, the 37-year-old quarterback can take solace in knowing he went out on a decidedly high note.

  • Charlie Batch steers Pittsburgh Steelers to huge win

    ... keep Ravens, Bears from byes · More Columns > · Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Charlie Batch, a national punchline after his performance last week in Cleveland, knew Sunday's game in Baltimore probably was the last start of his 15-year NFL career.

  • Steelers vs. Ravens: Charlie Batch-Led Steelers Shock Ravens in Baltimore

    Instead, third-string quarterback Charlie Batch came off of his three-interception game in last week's loss to the Cleveland Browns to not only lead the Steelers to a much-needed victory, but to also outplay Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco in the process.

  • Steelers vs. Ravens 2012: Charlie Batch plays 'hero' in emotional Pittsburgh ...

    Despite playing with a third-string quarterback in Charlie Batch, the Pittsburgh Steelers grabbed an improbable 23-20 road win over the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday.

  • Ravens stunned by Steelers, Charlie Batch in 23-20 loss

    In a season where the Ravens have consistently found ways to win, regardless of how much they struggled and how bleak things looked, they discovered a deflating way to lose.

  • Charlie Batch Showed Us Non-Believers That Fortitude Gets Better With Age

    It is hard to put into words what we observed Sunday in Baltimore as Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Charlie Batch led the black and gold to an improbable 23-20 win over the Baltimore Ravens.

  • Tomlin, Harbaugh share awkward handshake; Reed unimpressed with Batch

    A week after committing eight turnovers -- including three interceptions from 37-year-old quarterback Charlie Batch -- and losing to the Browns, the Steelers somehow went to Baltimore, home of the division-leading Ravens, and snapped their 15-game home ...

  • Madden: Bravo, Charlie, on your last hurrah

    Injured Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger taps quarterback Charlie Batch on the helmet during the closing minutes o f the second half of an NFL football game against the Baltimore Ravens in Baltimore, Sunday, Dec. 2, 2012.

  • Charlie Batch guides Pittsburgh Steelers past host Baltimore Ravens

    Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Charlie Batch hugged Ben Roethlisberger on the sideline Sunday evening, his emotions finally running free.

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