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Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger cricitized offensive coordinator Todd Haley about his play selection last week and on Wednesday apologized for his remarks. Roethlisberger thought the Steelers should have focused on getting the ball to tight end Heath Miller and stayed in the no-huddle offense more in their 27-24 overtime loss to Dallas last Sunday. "There won't be any rift," Roethlisberger told USA Today. "Everything is fine. I don't even think Todd was upset with it. He said, 'I appreciate you coming. But I don't think you needed to.' We're good to go. "That was just frustration, which normally doesn't get to me when speaking publicly. It was more frustration with myself than anything. We spoke on Monday. I wanted to make sure I was going to come in and apologize for causing an issue to (coach) Mike Tomlin, to Todd and Mr. (Art) Rooney." Roethlisberger went on to say he was disappointed about his play a...
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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...
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...
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...
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...
Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger looks at his passing statistics, and they're not all that bad.
His passer rating is up from his career average, as well as his average passing yards per game.
The completion rate is where it has been over the course of an eight-year career.
Only once before has Roethlisberger thrown more touchdown passes per game or fewer interceptions...
Ben Roethlisberger: BEN PASS NOW! CATCHER GUYS, RUN IN ZIG ZAG LINES!
HEY YOU I THROW TO YOU
OH WAIT NO YOU
NO YOU AGAIN
POINTS PLAY! POINTS PLLLLAAAAYYYYYY! POINTS! POINTS! POINTS! POINTS!
Todd Haley: Hey! Hey, Tardbreath! Get over here! You think you just did good, huh? You played the hero, did you? Well, that was a beautifully...
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.
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...
The Bengals could lock up a wildcard position in this year's playoffs with a win Sunday against the Steelers. Meanwhile, the Steelers could all but lock up a wildcard position by beating the Bengals. In short, the 6th seed in the AFC playoffs will likely be decided this weekend.
While the Steelers trail the Bengals in the wildcard race by one game, they aren't in a powerless...
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 »