Tuesday, February 19, 2008

Steelers re-sign Kirschke

It's not the signing that many wanted, but the Steelers have re-signed defensive end Travis Kirschke to a two-year deal.

On the surface, it seems like a lot of nothing. Kirschke's been little more than a backup for the Steelers over the years.

But he proved to still have something left in the tank last season replacing Aaron Smith in the final stretch – when he was far better than Nick Eason.

Do you want Kirschke starting?

Nope. But he's a capable guy when he's getting five to 10 snaps per game.

7 comments:

keona said...

Means the 3-4 is staying.

Keisel ain't good enough to start in this league.

Not a bad signing on the cheap.

Is Tomlin; Dale, a 3-4 convert now?

Dale Lolley said...

Tomlin is playing to the strengths of this team.

keona said...

Another gem from you Lolley.

Are you a politician?

Again no proper response.

Describe to me the 3-4 and 4-3 defenses Dale.

Dale Lolley said...

I'm through responding to you Keona.

Dale Lolley said...

Trust me, people aren't coming here to read your posts and rambling thoughts.

Anonymous said...

Not true. I come here just to read Keona's posts, he's the greatest football mind in the land.

keona said...

See Dale you don't know anything. I am through with your garbage crap.

It is that simple.

3-4 or 4-3 Dale? You wouldn't even know the difference crud.