As soon as linebacker Sean Lee pulled up gimpy early in the second half Monday night, the gasps of exasperation and melancholy could be felt at AT&T Stadium.
The Dallas Cowboys captain’s career, especially the past two seasons, has been beset with injuries. He missed five games in 2017 and is likely to miss at least eight games this season with hamstring issues. He’s expected to ...
Much has been made over the course of the past few days about the first and only pass that Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Joshua Dobbs has thrown in his career, completing a 22-yard pass on second and 20 from the team’s five-yard line after Ben Roethlisberger had the wind knocked out of him on a scramble Sunday that was negated by a holding penalty.
Oct 27, 2018 | by Shannon White, Behind The Steel Curtain
Wouldn’t that be something? Have you ever made a seemingly outlandishly random statement about something that actually eventually happened? We all have in one way or another, but they always stick out in our minds when they do. My wife and I experienced just such a situation last year concerning Steelers QB Joshua Dobbs.