Found September 26, 2012 on Players View:
If there is beef in Pittsburgh between quarterback Ben Roethlisberger and his new offensive coordinator Todd Haley, it will boil over soon enough. At the moment there are folks out there that are looking at a few dings that have popped up so far as an emerging issue. Maybe there is and maybe there isn’t. Please Click Here To Read This Story

Warning: Beware Of Fake Story Claiming Ben Roethlisberger Broke Both Legs In Accident

Be warned that there is a fake story making the rounds on the internet that states Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger broke both his legs in a car accident on Wednesday. The story is posted on a fake story generator website. I refuse to link to the site, as it would only bring them undeserved traffic. It is unfortunate that fake stories like this grow legs, and...

Ben Roethlisberger playing at an elite level early in the season

Through three weeks of the NFL season, the Pittsburgh Steelers have seen lofty expectations shattered, but even loftier expectations start to come to fruition. Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger is playing at a level that puts him atop the NFL’s list of passers. Now, I’m of the school of thought that says that it’s never too early to make predictions and end up eating...

Roethlisberger Says Hit By Wheeler Was Against The Rules

It looks as if most of the fines for this week have been handed out and it seems as if Oakland Raiders linebacker Phillip Wheeler will likely get away with lunging into the legs of Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger early in the second half of the 34-31 Sunday loss if no fine is announced today. As you can see in the animated gif below, Wheeler makes a last second...

As Steelers struggle, Roethlisberger shines

Don't blame quarterback Ben Roethlisberger for Pittsburgh's slow start. Roethlisberger has been nearly unstoppable during the first three weeks of the season, averaging over 300 yards a game and throwing eight touchdowns against just one interception. He's currently second in the NFL in quarterback rating and has proven to be a quick study of offensive coordinator Todd...

Ben Roethlisberger does not have a broken leg

Were you hanging out on Twitter today? If so, you may have seen the panic that was caused over Pittsburgh Steelers QB, Ben Roethlisberger. Ya see, a bunch of fans, and main stream media, were thrown into a frenzy about a report claiming that Big Ben had broken his leg in an automobile accident. This [...]


Have we been duped on the Internet? Of course. It happens when you’re dealing with shady individuals. Have we ever been duped by a GeoCities-looking site saying Ben Roethlisberger broke both legs in a car crash? Nope. Ron Sirak of Golf Digest and Johnette Howard of are respected members of the mainstream media and today they fell for the GeoCities-looking site’s hoax...

Ben, Haley on Same Page

Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger on Wednesday clarified his remark about using the 'old playbook' in last Sunday's game.

Steelers Versus Raiders Game Rewind – Second Half Notes

Rookie Kelvin Beachum starts the second half with a false start. Ben Roethlisberger was off the mark trying to drop a deep ball into Mike Wallace and the Steelers are facing second and long. On third down Roethlisberger misses Antonio Brown on the right sideline that would have likely moved the chains. The Steelers quarterback was able to make a clutch throw to Wallace on third down...

Onward Steelers; It’s Time to Accept This is a Passing Offense

If you haven’t come to the realization that the Pittsburgh Steelers are a pass-first team then perhaps you’ve been watching re-runs of the Seventies’ Steelers. Art Rooney II can say Ben Roethlisberger needs to ‘tweak his game’ all he wants to but I didn’t see anything that needed tweaking yesterday in the 34-31 loss to Oakland. You want to do some tweaking Mr. Rooney...

Steelers Offensive Line Breakdown – Oakland Raiders – Week 3

Below is the week 3 offensive line breakdown for the Pittsburgh Steelers game against the Oakland Raiders. Before we get to the grades, it should be noted that the pass protection as a whole in this game was excellent. Part of that stems from the concerted effort to focus on a shorter passing game and get the ball out the hand of quarterback Ben Roethlisberger. That being said, there...

Steelers need momentum shift heading into bye week – the odds

Affiliate – It has been a bumpy ride for the Pittsburgh Steelers in the first three weeks of the 2012 season.  They bounced back from a crushing loss to the Denver Broncos in week 1 to take down a promising New York Jets team, only to be beaten late in the game in week 3 by the Oakland Raiders.  The Steelers look to get some much needed rest in their week 4 bye so they can get...

The root of the Steelers loss to the Raiders

The final score was 31-34 in Oakland, which is a place the Pittsburgh Steelers generally play poorly. However, if the Steelers were going to lose in Oakland most would have expected an offense that couldn’t move the ball while giving up touchdowns on special teams and turnovers. While there were turnovers and special teams were leaky, that wasn’t why the Steelers lost the game...

Onward Steelers; TE Miller Having Career Year

When Pittsburgh Steelers’ Offensive Coordinator Todd Haley made his first comments after accepting the job, the first player he mentioned wasn’t Mike Wallace or Ben Roethlisberger. Oddly enough, it was tight end Heath Miller who Haley spoke of in glowing terms. After the first three games of 2012, it’s easy to see why Haley was so enamored with the talented tight end from the...
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