Cardinals, Steelers resume play at 4:30 p.m. ET after long weather delay
The Cardinals and Steelers are finally playing again.
After two long weather delays caused by thunderstorms in Pittsburgh, the game that kicked off at 1 p.m. ET finally resumed at 4:30.
The game still has 7:18 remaining in the third quarter, so it will probably end sometime around five hours after the opening kickoff. The fans who stayed are the hardest of hard-core football fans.
It’s been ugly so far for the home team, with starting quarterback Kenny Pickett knocked out of the game with an injury, and the Cardinals taking a 17-3 lead. Mitchell Trubisky will now try to lead a comeback.