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    Ben Roethlisberger: A cerebral QB

    What a great game by an underrated, smart QB!
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    Good post. Ben was the consummate QB today. Masterful game.






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    Sta line: 24/31, 275 yards, 2 TD.

    Rating: 125.1.

    What a magnificent performance by a maestro of QBing!
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    I agree,A great job by an elite qb

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    I have been critical of Ben and rightfully so. Ben played how he should play the majority of the time. We should be blowing teams out. Lets give Mike Wallace kudos for catching that poorly thrown pass in the end zone. I think Haley is very good for Ben. Good job Ben lets keep it up!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by stopplayn View Post
    I have been critical of Ben and rightfully so. Ben played how he should play the majority of the time. We should be blowing teams out. Lets give Mike Wallace kudos for catching that poorly thrown pass in the end zone. I think Haley is very good for Ben. Good job Ben lets keep it up!!!!!
    The pass wasn't poorly thrown, it went exactly where it was supposed to. Ben said in the interview that he put it up for Wallace to make the play, and he did.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sugar View Post
    The pass wasn't poorly thrown, it went exactly where it was supposed to. Ben said in the interview that he put it up for Wallace to make the play, and he did.
    The pass reminded me of the Superbowl pass to Holmes.


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    Quote Originally Posted by SanAntonioSteelerFan View Post
    The pass reminded me of the Superbowl pass to Holmes.
    You mean the pass to Miller, not Wallace right?

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    On Mike and Mike this morning, "Greeny" went off on Ben not being considered as elite as Rodgers, Mannings, Brees, Brady, etc. He argued very strongly that Ben is every bit as good as any of them and he does things they could never do as far as keeping plays alive and making "money" plays.

    Glad to see the national media, especially someone from the Patriots loving ESPN, give Ben the love he deserves.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oviedo View Post
    On Mike and Mike this morning, "Greeny" went off on Ben not being considered as elite as Rodgers, Mannings, Brees, Brady, etc. He argued very strongly that Ben is every bit as good as any of them and he does things they could never do as far as keeping plays alive and making "money" plays.

    Glad to see the national media, especially someone from the Patriots loving ESPN, give Ben the love he deserves.
    Well, Mike Greenberg is an unabashed Jets lover who just saw Roethlisberger eat his team up and crap out touchdowns.


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