Re: Time to start the Brian Hoyer era in Pittsburgh?
Batch looked okay in the second half, but he doesn't have the arm to throw deep or hit a deep out. Wallace did him absolutely no favors though. Granted the tipped pass was behind Wallace and tough, but he made no effort on the deep throw that got picked or the one that hit the Browns' player's helmet.
I was calling for Hoyer in the first half, but Charlie's throws looked good enough in the second half where I still think he's a better option than someone that doesn't know the playbook.