Should Roethlisberger Take the Blame for The Steelers' Sub-Par Season?
Dec 16, 2012; Arlington, TX, USA; Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger talks with tight end Heath Miller and offensive coordinator Todd Haley after a touchdown against the Dallas Cowboys at Cowboys Stadium.
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#1 Dec 28, 2012
No way should he take the blame for a offense that could not work with him. What we need is a new blood to help carry the load.
#2 Dec 28, 2012
of course not. ben can only do so much. did the defense shorten the field for him, instead of constantly looking at 70 and 80 yards every possession. how about receivers dropping and fumbling the ball on punt returns and going cross the middle of the field after making a catch. what about no reliable running back for 16 games. but worse the defensive play calling of not utilizing the talents on the field and having them do multiple things instead of just plain assignments.
horrible coaching all year, no playmakers on defense,players constantly getting hurt, sticking with players who past their prime, this recipe spells organization implosion,not big ben.
Since: Feb 13
#3 Feb 8, 2013
Ben should NOT take the blame for some of these clowns he been carrying on his back for a few years now. Even miracle workers can do so much but if you aint got the team to back it and help w/ defense and offense what can you do? Maybe im biased I am from NW Ohio just like Ben prob 45 mins away.
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