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ARLINGTON, Texas -- The Dallas Cowboys and Pittsburgh Steelers needed a win Sunday and both played as if their season was on the line. The Cowboys are still walking it. Brandon Carr's interception of Ben Roethlisberger in overtime was the final blow in 27-24 victory Dallas had to have. The Cowboys (8-6) moved into a tie for first place in the NFC East with the New York Giants and Washington. Roethlisberger, playing in Cowboys Stadium for the first time since Super Bowl XLV, came up short in an epic duel with Tony Romo. The two quarterbacks combined to throw for 680 yards and four touchdowns, but it was the one turnover by Roethlisberger on the first OT possession that proved the difference. Carr returned the interception to the 1-yard line. Dan Bailey kicked the game-winner field goal two plays later. The Steelers' postseason hopes took a hit with their fourth loss in the last five games, falling to 7-7 in the AFC. Pittsburgh has Cincinnati at home next week in ...
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Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger has taken a lot of heat for his performance in the 27-24 loss Sunday in overtime to the Dallas Cowboys.
Nobody is arguing that the interception he threw on the second play in overtime was a horrible throw and it most certainly cost the Steelers the game. Several, however, are saying that Roethlisberger played a really poor game...
The Pittsburgh Steelers open their 2012-2013 playoff season this weekend when they host the Cincinnati Bengals in a game that will almost certainly decide the 6th playoff spot in the AFC. The Steelers currently sit 7th in the AFC at 7-7, a game behind the Bengals for the second Wild Card spot. Because the Steelers won in Cincinnati back in October, however, they control their...
Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger took the blame for the 27-24 overtime loss on Sunday to the Dallas Cowboys, but he also made it pretty clear via his post game responses to questions that he was not happy that they didn't get the ball to tight end Heath Miller more and that he was disappointed in not being able to run more no-huddle in the second half.
If Ben Roethlisberger can stand before the media and take the blame for a loss that clearly was not all on him then so can I. I can admit when I’m wrong and I owe many people an apology although I’m not going as far as some of you think.
I was tired of Bruce Arians’ offense. I was tired of bubble screens and seeing Roethlisberger on his back more than Joan Rivers awaiting another...
A lot has been made about the post-game comments made by Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger following the overtime loss to the Dallas Cowboys. In those comments Roethlisberger seemed to be unhappy with the play calling of offensive coordinator Todd Haley during the game as well as the lack of no-huddle used.
Head coach Mike Tomlin was asked on Tuesday during his...
Per a report from Alan Robinson of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger was not happy with the play calling in their loss to the Dallas Cowboys Sunday. The All Pro quarterback didn’t mince words when asked about offensive coordinator Todd Haley’s play selection. When asked why tight end Heath Miller did not see more targets late in...
After losing a tough game to the Dallas Cowboys, the Pittsburgh Steelers must win out in order to stand a chance at making the playoffs. Sunday’s game was a back-and-forth affair that placed the ball in Ben Roethlisberger’s hands with a chance to win in overtime. Rather than coming through in the clutch, Roethlisberger made a horrible throw that resulted in an interception, giving...
After this past Sunday’s loss to the Cowboys, Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger questioned the play calling of offensive coordinator Todd Haley.
According to Mark Kaboly of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, Roethlisberger apologized to both Haley and the Rooney family today.
Ben Roethlisberger said that he came in and apologized to Todd Haley and the Rooney family in Monday...
Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger has
apologized to offensive coordinator Todd Haley for his comments
following a 27-24 overtime loss to Dallas last Sunday.
Following the Steelers' loss on Sunday to the Dallas Cowboys, Ben Roethlisberger publicly questioned offensive coordinator Todd Haley's play calling, and in doing so, Roethlisberger may have pushed the Steelers towards abandoning Haley and his offensive system. At times, Pittsburgh has looked nothing short of prolific on offense this season. The rest of the time, however...
Dallas Cowboys cornerback Brandon Carr picked off a pass from Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger intended for wide receiver Mike Wallace on the second play of overtime and kicker Dan Bailey kicked home the game-winner one play after that to give the Cowboys a 27-24 home win at home Sunday.
The loss drops the Steelers to 7-7 on the season and now they must win...
Pittsburgh Steelers coach Mike Tomlin believes Ben Roethlisberger's post-game comments about offensive coordinator Todd Haley were all out of frustration, and said Roethlisberger is "on board with what we're doing."
"That was a tough, hard-fought football game, an emotional one, and. when you come up short, there are frustrations associated with that...
Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones and coach Jason Garrett were unaware that Josh Brent was even on the sidelines at the start of their game against the Pittsburgh Steelers Sunday. Brent, who was reluctant to be there, left in the third quarter as his presence began a debate on national television. A week and a … Continue reading »
In case you are living under a rock, let me state the obvious: Sunday’s game is huge. Not your typical “big game” huge. Assuming there’s no apocalypse on Friday, Sunday’s tilt in Pittsburgh becomes the equivalent of a large meteor hurling towards the earth.
That meteor’s name is Ben Roethlisberger, and the Bengals are Bruce Willis, Ben Affleck and crew.