Found November 10, 2012 on SteelerAddicts:
As we get closer to the impending birth of Ben Roethlisberger and wife Ashley’s first born, many in the Steeler Nation are hoping that the newest member to be born in a Terrible Towel won’t affect any of the upcoming games. Who can blame us right; the Steelers are 5-3 now and very much in contention for not only a playoff birth but also the AFC North title should things continue to progress as they have been. Well, we should blame ourselves if we chastise Ben for wanting to be in the hospital when the big event happens. As we know, Ben said emphatically that he will not miss the birth of his first born, no matter what. “I’m not missing the birth of my child,” Roethlisberger said at the time. “There’s no chance. I know some fans probably don’t want to hear that, but there’s no chance.” – PFT He also hinted to Dan Patrick this week that it will be coming soon, “I’ll let you know in like two weeks,” he said, laughing. Besides, when have we ever known Big Ben to say something controver
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  • Good for you Ben! Football is here and gone, that little boy will be there forever.... Good decision, you'll never regret.

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