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 plastic surgery. I was tired of seeing the red zone failures and poor play-design and I was ready for change.
While Todd Haley would not have been my personal choice for the new offensive coordinator, I tried to be positive and I kept envisioning the Arizona Cardinals’ offense he ran when getting them to Super Bowl XLIII. What I didn’t think I’d see was the run-heavy offense he installed as head coach of Kansas City because that team was already built for that, this one wasn’t.
In watching the Steelers lose to Dallas yesterday I couldn’t help but notice the aggravation on the face of Ben R...