Many times, though, the success of a passing play comes down to a simple old standby tool that’s been in the quarterback’s belt since the legalization of the forward pass.
Ben Roethlisberger led the Pittsburgh Steelers to another victory Sunday night and managed to take down his last two opponents in record form – notching 6 TD passes in each of his last two games. It seems like nothing could get Big Ben down…well, except for maybe this late hit.
Ben Roethlisberger passed for two touchdowns and wide receiver Antonio Brown added another on a gadget play, helping the Pittsburgh Steelers rally for a 30-23 win over the mistake-prone Houston Texans on Monday night.
We look at this game from a fantasy football perspective and consider the players from both sides that should be placed in the lineup or benched.
So it is with my jaded view of the world that I address the Ben Roethlisberger – Emmanuel Sanders feud. Sanders said that his new quarterback, Peyton Manning, is a much better leader than his old quarterback, Big Ben. And thus the verbal jousting began, feathers flexed, talons out.
There’s a baleful buzz around Big Ben and my beloved black & gold these days. Reports say that the mountainous QB is now a mutinous QB, demanding he be traded at the end of this season.
Brandon Carr intercepted a pass from Ben Roethlisberger to set up Dan Bailey’s 21-yard field goal in overtime, and the Dallas Cowboys beat the Pittsburgh Steelers 27-24 on Sunday.
DALLAS (105.3 THE FAN) Leading off my “Jock Itch” for Today: Big Ben Roethlisberger’s up to bathroom shenanigans, UH-GAIN! But wait a minute…this time it doesn’t involve alcohol, a co-ed, and an alleged rape! STOP […]
DALLAS (105.3 THE FAN) Leading off my “Jock Itch” for Today: The “Monster of Milledgeville” (according to his alleged raping victim, anyway) Big Ben Roethlisberger says that he’s “religious” now and he won’t be sleeping […]
Mike Tomlin isn’t Concerned About Big Ben’s Fort Worth Night Out “One Iota.”
Dropping back to pass, eyes aimed downfield, Pittsburgh’s Ben Roethlisberger seems to have radar scanning the area around him. Green Bay’s Aaron Rodgers relies on “feel,” too. But when his intuition tells him to get moving, he’s looking for somewhere to go.
When it comes to scrambling, the only similarity between these Super Bowl quarterbacks is that they’re very good at how they do it.