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“God can have his soul, but his ass belongs to me.” — Terrell Suggs on Ben Roethlisberger. With 15.5 career sacks and six in the last two games on Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, these are words well-spoken from Terrell Suggs. The outside linebacker and pass rush extraordinaire for the Baltimore Ravens never shies away from a little jawing, but he always has the play to back it up. Heading into a divisional brawl on Sunday Night Football in Pittsburgh, T-Sizzle and the boys up front are going to need to come up big if they want to secure the victory. The key to the game for the Ravens defense remains the same as it was for their 35-7 beat-down of Pittsburgh in week one: Get after Roethlisberger early and often. When the Ravens get their pass rush going, it turns an average secondary into a great one. Outside of future Hall of Famer and ball-hawking safety Ed Reed, Baltimore has a relatively pedestrian secondary. Fellow safeties Bernard Pollard and Tom Zbikowski are splitting time, while cornerbacks Jimmy Smith and Cary Williams show potential but are still unproven. However, pressure from Terrell Suggs and guys like Haloti Ngata, Jarret Johnson, and up-and-coming pass rush [...]
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I’m convinced that nobody has more fun that Terrell Suggs. Not on the football field, and not in life in general.
Appearing on NFL Network Thursday, Sizzle was asked if he still “owns Ben Roethlisberger’s ass,” as he stated he did following the Ravens 35-7 win over Pittsburgh on September 11.
His reply was nothing short of classic:
“Men lie. Women lie. Numbers don’t …”...
Fresh off his his second AFC Offensive Player Of The Week award earlier this week, Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger has also been voted the week 8 winner of the FedEx NFL Air Player Of The Week award for his 365 yard, two touchdown performance this past week against the New England Patriots. Roethlisberger led the Steelers to 25-17 win over the Patriots by completing 36 of...
After the butt whooping the Steelers took in September, Suggs had this to say about Roethlisbger:
Big Ben, you know he’s a great quarterback. God can have his soul, but his ass belongs to me.”
Ben Roethlisberger is not much a trash talker to the media, he is normally praising his opponents. This was no different except he did manage to get in one jab at Suggs when talking to...
With the transformation of the Steelers to a pass-happy offense coupled with the best four-game stretch of his career, QB Ben Roethlisberger is in the league MVP race.
Baltimore Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs said we should feel free to use his sound bite as we see fit.
LOS ANGELES - The No. 1 task of Baltimore's Terrell Suggs isn't simple, but it's pretty straightforward.
The Steelers were gaining momentum coming out of the locker room at the half. That was until Terrell Suggs intercepted a Ben Roethlisberger pass intended for Mike Wallace. Suggs' interception shifted momentum in the Ravens' direction.
Joe Flacco led the offense on a touchdown drive. Ray Rice scored the touchdown from the 4-yard line. It was the first touchdown of the game...
PITTSBURGH -- Joe Flacco beat Ben Roethlisberger at his own game and in his own building.
Down four points with...
In order to beat the New England Patriots, Ben Roethlisberger threw the ball 50 times. Everyone knows that formula must be reversed against Baltimore. In order to beat the Ravens, the Steelers need to run more often and do so more successfully.Right?
Down by four points, needing a touchdown and 92 yards to go, the first thing that came to Baltimores Terrell Suggs mind was
This game was looking like so many gut-wrenching defeats in Pittsburgh before.
The Ravens were outplaying the Steelers all game. They had a 10-point lead entering the fourth quarter.
But the Steelers and quarterback Ben Roethlisberger rallied, taking a four-point lead into the final minutes.
Only this time, the Ravens wrote a different ending.