Revisiting this thread now, and looking back at this year so far, I think it's quite clear that while not all of the sacks or the poor offensive performance in general can fall on Ben, some of it needs too.
Ben is a maverick, and that's great, he's got 2 super bowl titles under his belt with that style of play, but I think now he's experienced enough that he needs to be more of a student of the game. He does so many things well, but also I think he also needs to start learning the more traditional aspects of the game too.
How many Super Bowls does Mcnabb , Cutler, and Rivers have ?
If you add them all up for these QB's , it's a BIG ZERO !
Now, how many does Big Ben have and how many years has he been in the league.
Steelers Rule !!!!!
Steelers players have never been given the credit they deserve as far as their skill level and being "great" at the sport. Troy Polamalu is probably the best safety in the league but you rarely hear that said. Heath Miller is one of the best tight ends in the league and that is hardly ever mentioned. Ben is underrated and so is his offensive line. They buy him a lot of that time he needs to get the ball off.
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