Local Sports

Packers Looking To Right The Ship in Pittsburgh

The Green Bay Packers are looking to find something to go right without their all world quarterback when they visit the red hot Pittsburgh Steelers Sunday night.
Brett Hundley has struggled trying to lead the Packers offense in the absence of Aaron Rodgers.
With the Packers struggling, the Steelers are rolling. Winners of their last five, the Steelers, 8-2 overall, are pushing all the right buttons with the trio of LeVeon Bell, Antonio Brown and JuJu Smith-Schuster, who turned 21 this week. 
The Packers have lost four of five since Hundley took over in mid-October. Their offense has been stagnant and the defense has been hit hard with injuries in what is becoming an increasingly frustrating season for Green Bay.
Coach Mike McCarthy reenforced his support for Hundley this week. 
The Packers are in the middle of a stretch of five of their final eight games on the road.
Kickoff Sunday night at Heinz Field is 7:30 pm.

Townhall Top of the Hour News

Local Weather - Sponsored By:


Local News

DeWittDN on Facebook