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stlrz d
08-12-2008, 11:39 PM
but what is Ben's record as a starter?

I can't seem to find that info by googling and I am far too lazy to look at each and every box score for the 4 years he has been in the league.

I'd like to know his win/loss record as a starter for the regular season and also the post season.

Tia!

SteelCrazy
08-13-2008, 12:03 AM
39-16 as a starter

AkronSteel
08-13-2008, 02:01 AM
39-16 as a starter

That's pretty dang impressive!! Too bad he is just a game manager!!!! :roll:

stlrz d
08-13-2008, 07:13 AM
Thank you. :)

frankthetank1
08-13-2008, 07:16 AM
its amazing to me that there are people that actually think ben is over rated

SMASHMOUTHFOOTBALL
08-13-2008, 11:38 AM
If 39-16 gets me a game manager--I will take it everytime! We rode Ben's butt in the playoffs all the way to the Superbowl in 05. His SB wasn't spectacular but if you remember his play against the Bengals, Broncos and Colts he was amazing, just like he was last year. He is a All-pro QB!

AkronSteel
08-13-2008, 11:46 AM
If 39-16 gets me a game manager--I will take it everytime! We rode Ben's butt in the playoffs all the way to the Superbowl in 05. His SB wasn't spectacular but if you remember his play against the Bengals, Broncos and Colts he was amazing, just like he was last year. He is a All-pro QB!

I agree with ya. The guy is one of the top 3-5 QB's in the league and he always gets slighted b/c of the talent around him, but what would T Maddox have done with that 04 team? I know that the Steelers wouldn't have went 15-1. I know that the team wouldn't have won the SB in 05. Ben was amazing during the playoff run. Ben has been the difference since he got here. The guy is just a winner, and I for one am glad that he is leading the Steelers into the future.

ikestops85
08-13-2008, 12:47 PM
its amazing to me that there are people that actually think ben is over rated

Not just over rated. There are people out there that think he isn't even good. :wft

BIG FAN
08-13-2008, 01:24 PM
its amazing to me that there are people that actually think ben is over rated

Not just over rated. There are people out there that think he isn't even good. :wft

You must have been over at the trib lately.

Jom112
08-13-2008, 02:41 PM
39-16 as a starter

Overall: 44-18
Regular Season: 39-16
Playoffs: 5-2

2004: 14-2
Regular season: 13-0
Playoffs: 1-1

2005: 13-3
Regular season: 9-3
Playoffs: 4-0

2006: 7-8
Regular season: 7-8

2007: 10-6
Regular season: 10-5
Playoffs: 0-1

frankthetank1
08-13-2008, 03:19 PM
its amazing to me that there are people that actually think ben is over rated

Not just over rated. There are people out there that think he isn't even good. :wft

get outta here, how could anyone be that delusional?

RuthlessBurgher
08-13-2008, 03:45 PM
39-16 as a starter

I had the record at 44-19:

2004: 14-2
Regular season: 13-1
Playoffs: 1-1

2005: 13-3
Regular season: 9-3
Playoffs: 4-0

2006: 7-8
Regular season: 7-8

2007: 10-6
Regular season: 10-5
Playoffs: 0-1

Total: 44-19


I could be wrong though...

I think 39-16 is his regular season record as a starter. If you add 5-2 in the playoffs, that would give you 44-18. I think the only game you are off is the regular season loss you are giving him during his rookie season. He was 13-0 as a starter during the 04 regular season. They lost the first game he played in against the Ravens, but he did not start that game. Maddox started, and the Steelers were already losing by a decent amount when he got hurt if I recall correctly. I think I remember Ben bringing them back a bit to make it somewhat of a game, but it was not enough to pull out the victory. That loss goes to Maddox as the starter rather than Roethlisberger who replaced him in that game.

frankthetank1
08-13-2008, 03:53 PM
39-16 as a starter

I had the record at 44-19:

2004: 14-2
Regular season: 13-1
Playoffs: 1-1

2005: 13-3
Regular season: 9-3
Playoffs: 4-0

2006: 7-8
Regular season: 7-8

2007: 10-6
Regular season: 10-5
Playoffs: 0-1

Total: 44-19


I could be wrong though...

I think 39-16 is his regular season record as a starter. If you add 5-2 in the playoffs, that would give you 44-18. I think the only game you are off is the regular season loss you are giving him during his rookie season. He was 13-0 as a starter during the 04 regular season. They lost the first game he played in against the Ravens, but he did not start that game. Maddox started, and the Steelers were already losing by a decent amount when he got hurt if I recall correctly. I think I remember Ben bringing them back a bit to make it somewhat of a game, but it was not enough to pull out the victory. That loss goes to Maddox as the starter rather than Roethlisberger who replaced him in that game.

that game was the best loss ever in i have seen. you could just see the potential ben had. i think he only made one mistake in that game, but i remember screaming my head off after the game as to why maddox started at qb to begain that year

Jom112
08-13-2008, 05:00 PM
39-16 as a starter

I had the record at 44-19:

2004: 14-2
Regular season: 13-1
Playoffs: 1-1

2005: 13-3
Regular season: 9-3
Playoffs: 4-0

2006: 7-8
Regular season: 7-8

2007: 10-6
Regular season: 10-5
Playoffs: 0-1

Total: 44-19


I could be wrong though...

I think 39-16 is his regular season record as a starter. If you add 5-2 in the playoffs, that would give you 44-18. I think the only game you are off is the regular season loss you are giving him during his rookie season. He was 13-0 as a starter during the 04 regular season. They lost the first game he played in against the Ravens, but he did not start that game. Maddox started, and the Steelers were already losing by a decent amount when he got hurt if I recall correctly. I think I remember Ben bringing them back a bit to make it somewhat of a game, but it was not enough to pull out the victory. That loss goes to Maddox as the starter rather than Roethlisberger who replaced him in that game.

You're right, it should be 13-0 during the regular season. I updated the numbers...

Iron Shiek
08-14-2008, 08:39 AM
I think Ben's defining moment came yesterday, lol. I have a friend who is a Bengals fan and bashes the Steelers all the time and is a Palmer stroker. Anyway we play in a keeper fantasy football league where you can select a set number of players from your roster from last year and protect them on your roster for this year. I have Ben (and Holmes!) and me and my friend have been tossing trade offers back and forth. When he asked for Ben at one point, I jumped all over him. This comes from the same guy that used the game manager line and always talked about how he never threw the ball and how much better Palmer was. I quickly declined and told him he was a loser...ha. At least he recognizes the talent....FINALLY!

BIG FAN
08-15-2008, 07:14 AM
39-16 as a starter

I had the record at 44-19:

2004: 14-2
Regular season: 13-1
Playoffs: 1-1

2005: 13-3
Regular season: 9-3
Playoffs: 4-0

2006: 7-8
Regular season: 7-8

2007: 10-6
Regular season: 10-5
Playoffs: 0-1

Total: 44-19


I could be wrong though...

I think 39-16 is his regular season record as a starter. If you add 5-2 in the playoffs, that would give you 44-18. I think the only game you are off is the regular season loss you are giving him during his rookie season. He was 13-0 as a starter during the 04 regular season. They lost the first game he played in against the Ravens, but he did not start that game. Maddox started, and the Steelers were already losing by a decent amount when he got hurt if I recall correctly. I think I remember Ben bringing them back a bit to make it somewhat of a game, but it was not enough to pull out the victory. That loss goes to Maddox as the starter rather than Roethlisberger who replaced him in that game.

You're right, it should be 13-0 during the regular season. I updated the numbers...

It ain't a dark side thing anymore, you know in your soul Jom, you are a Steelers fan.
Enough. Come out out of that losing Jungle closet.