Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin said Tuesday they will see both starter Brian Hoyer and back-up Johnny Manziel during the season-opener on Sunday.
The Pittsburgh Steelers will host a Cleveland Browns team Sunday at Heinz Field that struggled for consistency in the preseason as much as they did.
When the Pittsburgh Steelers take the field for their first game of the 2014 season against the Cleveland Browns, it appears Brian Hoyer will be who they face.
According to multiple reports, the NFL has released its punishment for Browns Wide Receiver Josh Gordon following his latest violation of the league’s substance abuse policy and the Browns will be without their star receiver for the entire 2014 season.
You don’t need to be a fantasy football guru to know you shouldn’t draft a back-up quarterback. This is especially true if the back-up in question failed to beat out Brian Hoyer for the starting job.
Johnny Manziel fell a lot further than anyone would have expected at the NFL Draft, but he landed right where the Cleveland Browns wanted him to fall. Now, the focus needs to stay on the field instead of off it, and Manziel could up bringing an excitement that the Browns have not seen in decades.
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The Pittsburgh Steelers will open up the regular season at Heinz Field against the Cleveland Browns on Sept. 7.
Let’s take a look at who the five worst teams will be heading into the 2014 NFL season.
Since the day he was drafted by the Cleveland Browns, there has been much speculation about whether or not Johnny Manziel would be able to unseat incumbent Brian Hoyer as the teams starting Quarterback.
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Let’s take a look at exactly why Johnny Manziel needs to start in week 1 for the Cleveland Browns.
Many experts would agree that the Cleveland Browns are trending in the right direction for the first time since they last had a winning record in 2007, but not many are ready to call them the team to beat in the AFC North.
What if we told you that the Pittsburgh Steelers would finish third in the AFC North behind the Cincinnati Bengals and Baltimore Ravens, missing the playoffs for the third year in a row.
As much as the Cleveland Browns try to convince everyone that Quarterback Brian Hoyer will be their starter in the teams week one matchup with the Steelers, Defensive Coordinator Dick LeBeau isn’t buying it.