Tag Archives: Ben Roethlisberger
Read the complete article of James Harrison sounding off against .. well, everyone.
Calling Roger Goodell the devil... check
Calling out teammates... check
Calling out the New England Cheatriots... check
Calling out Brian Cushing... check
Calling out league policy... check
Harrison should have a "shut up" clause in his contract for real. The guy is a great player and he's even better at channeling his anger to the playing field. But come on now Harrison, just stay away from the microphone. Your not a good talker and you can easily be taken out of context. The result of this is now the Pittsburgh Steelers will have a greater target on their back this year.
Read the complete article from Men's Journal here.
Watch the below YouTube.com clip made about Ben Roethlisberger and the Steelers beating the New York Jets to advance to the Super Bowl in Dallas. The Clip is based around the song Benny and The Jets.
I'm not sure who created this image but it's awesome. It features the Pittsburgh Skyline, Steelers players, the Terrible Towel and many special effects. If you created this photo, please comment on this post.
The players featured in this photo are:
1) Hines Ward
2) Troy Polamalu
3) Heath Miller
4) Ben Roethlisberger
The link to the photo is below for credit reasons:
- BIG BEN > FLACCO
- JIM WEXELL INTERVIEW
- OFFENSIVE GAME GRADES
- DEFENSIVE GAME GRADES
- TOMLIN: POST GAME INTERVIEW
- BIG BEN: POST GAME INTERVIEW
- HINES WARD: POST GAME INTERVIEW
- JAMES HARRISSON: POST GAME INTERVIEW
- RYAN CLARK: POST GAME INTERVIEW
- HAPPY MLK DAY
Is this Bens Fiance?
We have a very good source that tells us that this is Ashley Harlan from New Castle PA. The media circus started when the Executive Editor of Golf World, Ron Sirak, tweeted today that “word that Roethlisberger is going to tie the knot in July is great news. That and charity work show he's a changed guy."
Reports of the engagement are still evolving/changing, so check back here as we will be updating you with the latest news about this situation.
If it is true, we could not be happier for Ben.
Here is his official official statment on the matter: “You guys know that I’m not going to talk about my personal life. My own singular focus right now is on the playoffs and trying to get to the Super Bowl.”
The Steelers clinched the division 2nd seed in the AFC with a 41-9 victory over the division rival Cleveland Brown. The Steelers dominated in every phase even after the Steelers took out their starters beginning the 2nd half.
Notable Game Notes:
- Troy Polamalu played for the first time in 2 games and intercepted a Coly McCoy pass on the third play of the game.
- Bruce Arians called a good game with several short passes to take the pressure off Big Ben and the struggling offensive line
- Eric Mangini was fired after the game. There is rumors that Mike Holmgren, the Browns GM who had a say in the firing, might take over for head coach.
- Big Ben and the o-line quite possibly had their best game of the game
- Jonathan Dywer looked good in limited playing time
My Apology to Silverback
Why Ben can never Be Called a Drama Queen Again?
Offensive Game Grades
Defensive Game Grades
Mike Tomlin Post Game Press Conference
Post Game Interview Audio From: Big Ben
Post Game Interview Audio From: Issac Redman
Post Game Interview Audio From: Hines Ward
Post Game Interview Audio From: Brett Keisel
Post Game Interview Audio From: James Harrison
Post Game Interview Audio From: James Farrior
Post Game Interview Audio From: Ryan Clark
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Jameel Mclain was fined $40,000 for his illegal hit on Pittsburgh Steelers tight end Heath Miller. Mclain was not penalized on the play but league officials contacted NBC to inform the announcers that the play should have been penalized.
Haloti Ngata was fined $15000 for his hit on Ben Roethlisberger. Obviously unintentional, Ngata's hand sneaked into Roethlisberger's face mask essentially breaking Big Ben's nose. Roethlisberger never missed any snaps the rest of the game.
According to reports, Ben Roethlisberger will undergo surgery to fix his broken nose that he suffered in the first quarter of a hard earned 13-10 victory over the division rival Baltimore Ravens.
During the game, the Pittsburgh Steelers sideline reported Big Ben did NOT break his nose but all reviewers including the announcers could see Roethlisberger’s nose and it most certainly looked broken regardless of the sideline reports. After the game, Roethlisberger confirmed that he had a broken nose.
Roethlisberger broke his nose on Pittsburgh's first series when Baltimore’s Haloti Ngata fist hit Roethlisberger in the face. Ngata was not penalized on the play which again begs the question on whether the league has targeted the Pittsburgh Steelers and don’t apply the same standard to other teams.
"Someone just came through and a hand got through my facemask," Roethlisberger said after the game. "The next thing you know, I feel blood running down my face."
He spent much of the following series trying to stop the bleeding, and his jersey was soon spattered with blood.
Roethlisberger, already playing with a broken bone in his foot, still went 22 for 38 for 253 yards.
Several of the Pittsburgh Steelers had some words to say about the $25,000 fine for the punch that connected flush with Roethlisberger's jaw. Hines Ward and Randle El told reports that players would be fined more and possible suspended if such a hit occurred on Tom Brady or Peyton Manning. It's true that the National Football League protects the 2 golden buys and the punishment for Richard Seymour would have been much steeper.
"It would have been a little more," Randle El told the Post-Gazette. "Or if one of our guys did it, there would have been more."
Fellow wideout Hines Ward went further. The Post-Gazette reported Thursday that Ward said on his local radio show Tuesday that Seymour would have been suspended if he had struck either Brady or Manning.
Ward would not comment on his radio show comments when asked by the Post-Gazette but told the paper that the NFL isn't "being consistent with all the fines and the calls."
Roethlisberger, asked if the ruling would have been different if his name were different, was frank in his response.
"We all know the answer to that one. Easy," Roethlisberger told the Post-Gazette.