Big Ben Rallies Steelers Past Browns

With a flick of his wrist, Ben Roethlisberger saved the Pittsburgh Steelers from a season-crushing loss. Full Story
Ken from Stow

AOL

#1 Nov 19, 2006
No wonder, I don't think the Browns came back out of the locker room after half time, including the coaching staff. I thought at half time a team study films of the first half and tried to correct any mistakes and prepare for the second half. Silly me, apparently the Browns with their what 3and 6 record don't any of that kind of stuff. Big Ben had so time time to throw the second half, he looked like he was stand back there waiting for the next RTA for a ride back to Pittsburg. If ever there was a season for the Browns to hand the Steelers their heads on a platter, this was it.
Thanks Romeo
Ken from Stow

AOL

#2 Nov 19, 2006
Well now what is the excuse? We got rid of the offensive coord. and things apparently started looking to good so we had to change the game plan to first half team. Second half comatose on both sides of the ball. For what the Browns fans have be through in the last decade and still stand behind their team you guys should be ashamed to appear anywhere, much back on the field.
HAS

Ore City, TX

#3 Nov 19, 2006
Ken from Stow wrote:
Well now what is the excuse? We got rid of the offensive coord. and things apparently started looking to good so we had to change the game plan to first half team. Second half comatose on both sides of the ball. For what the Browns fans have be through in the last decade and still stand behind their team you guys should be ashamed to appear anywhere, much back on the field.
The Browns fans should be ashamed? I think we (the Steelers fans) should be pretty damn ashamed too, since we won that game on pure luck. We should just feel VERY fortunate that the Browns almost always suck in the second half, because if they would have come out playing like they did in the first half, we would've been toast.

I wouldn't run your mouth too much because three weeks will come up fast, and unless we make some major improvements, I don't see us beating the Browns if they have a healthy Reuben Droughns. I certainly don't want to see us embarsassed at home, so hopefully these improvements come good and quick...
JOHN ROWLAND

Haymarket, VA

#4 Nov 19, 2006
Not the first time-- I have seen some 'cheezy' play--"ROUGHING the PASSER' from the BROWNS-- IT make it difficult to be a potential fan of the BROWNS.
SAD-- NO place for that in Professional Sprots=AMERICANA
JOHN ROWLAND

Haymarket, VA

#5 Nov 19, 2006
Not the first time-- I have seen some 'cheezy' play--"ROUGHING the PASSER' from the BROWNS-- IT make it difficult to be a potential fan of the BROWNS.
SAD-- BUT there is NO place for that in Professional Sports or AMERICANA.
WIN OR LOSE -- THERE is no place THAT.....
Lisa

Brooklyn, NY

#6 Nov 20, 2006
Let the better team win...way to go Black & Gold! Do it again in your rematch! I love you Ben...
Lisa
HAS

Ore City, TX

#7 Nov 20, 2006
JOHN ROWLAND wrote:
Not the first time-- I have seen some 'cheezy' play--"ROUGHING the PASSER' from the BROWNS-- IT make it difficult to be a potential fan of the BROWNS.
SAD-- NO place for that in Professional Sprots=AMERICANA
If I'm thinking of the same penalty call as you are, I definitely wouldn't call it cheesy...more like low-class, unprofessional, and ignorant. I'm not sure which Browns player it was (it was some big white guy, that's all I know) but he certainly didn't try to hide his penalty, since he didn't only grab Ben once OR twice, but THREE TIMES. That was uncalled for and he got the penalty he deserved. If I were of any importance within the Browns franchise, I would not only fine him, but bench him for the next week.
SteelersWoman

Pittsburgh, PA

#8 Nov 21, 2006
HAS wrote:
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If I'm thinking of the same penalty call as you are, I definitely wouldn't call it cheesy...more like low-class, unprofessional, and ignorant...That was uncalled for and he got the penalty he deserved. If I were of any importance within the Browns franchise, I would not only fine him, but bench him for the next week.
I've seen players get ejected for that kind of thing--too bad he wasn't.

HE says he was just "blocking" Ben, and that when Ben got back up, he had to "block" him again because he didn't know where the ball was. That's some spin to put on what he did, eh? lol I've watched that in slow mo replay several times..."blocking" my eye ;) Apparently he thinks we're all blind.
blah blah blah

Baltimore, MD

#9 Jan 18, 2007
Heh Ravens! We really tore up this Steelers site didn't we! Nice Work!!!!

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