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    Quote Originally Posted by NorthCoast View Post
    For Roethlisberger to be at his best and most dangerous, he needs a supporting run game and I just don't see that happening in 2013 (it certainly can't be worse than last season, but i don't see how there will be a major advance).
    Lets hope we draft a good RB and see how the new o-line coach works his magic. If the line stays healthy who knows?
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    Quote Originally Posted by papillon View Post
    Ben can't win with some fans; if he's running workouts and getting the team together he's posing and if he's at his Georgia home fishing with Bruce Arians he's a lazy quarterback that should be watching film. There is no in between with fans and Ben, it was the same with Bradshaw, some thought he had the IQ of a rock and others loved his down home aw shucks style and his never say die attitude on the field. One thing is for sure, when both quarterbacks are winning you don't hear a whole lot of negative Nancys.

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    As I've said many times before, Steeler fans treat their QBs like ****. Terry Bradshaw didn't feel welcome in Pittsburgh until just a few years ago. Kordell Stewart had a bunch of petty, childish rumors made up about him and ultimately got run out of town. Now it's Ben Roethlisberger's turn to be disrespected by the fans, apparently.
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    Quote Originally Posted by papillon View Post
    Ben can't win with some fans; if he's running workouts and getting the team together he's posing and if he's at his Georgia home fishing with Bruce Arians he's a lazy quarterback that should be watching film. There is no in between with fans and Ben, it was the same with Bradshaw, some thought he had the IQ of a rock and others loved his down home aw shucks style and his never say die attitude on the field. One thing is for sure, when both quarterbacks are winning you don't hear a whole lot of negative Nancys.

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    nailed it pap

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    Notice how the usual suspects are nowhere to be found. If they didn't read it, then it never happened, and they can conveniently ignore this topic when they go on their ****-filled diatribes about how Roethlisberger is fat, lazy, stupid, uncoachable, not a student of the game, etc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thor75 View Post
    Lets hope we draft a good RB and see how the new o-line coach works his magic. If the line stays healthy who knows?
    The health of our O-line is a major factor, we haven't had that in the last few years and it hurts the offense trying to get continuity. A good RB should also help matters to have balance in the offense so Ben isn't pressured to relying on just passing the ball to move the chains.
    It all starts up front, good blocking and protection goes a long way for an offense to have success so lets hope we get some luck this year keeping the same 5 starters on our line and avoiding the injury bug.

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