Steelers Burning Questions: Hall of Fame Quarterback, Part 2 – Behind the Steel Curtain

Its also safe to state that numerous of the Behind The Steel Curtain faithful has actually popped the top on a cold one and commemorated. Like I stated before, if he and the organization decide on one last shot then I will support the decision and fan the heck out of the Steelers.
With that stated, my thinking for this reboot falls on one play and one play alone, and it wasnt any of the several interceptions. Im not stating Ben has actually never ever sacrificed his body for this team, and its fan base, however that was not the way I ever imagined Ben Roethlisberger relatively going out.

Its likewise safe to say that many of the Behind The Steel Curtain faithful has actually popped the top on a cold one and celebrated. The need to keep one Benjamin Roethlisberger pleased would be the proper answer here.
Concerns stay with this move, and they may have an influence on the future hall of famer. In the previous Burning Questions post I asked would the brass have the stones to cut Ben Roethlisberger? So this next questions fall in line with that original asking.
Was this move a part of the “nudging” process to perhaps get the Hall of Famer to step away on his own?
Why would Roethlisberger wish to go through potentially his last year and learn another system or establish a relationship with a brand-new Offensive Coordinator. It does not make good sense to me other than what Im asking in the question above. Part of an innovative strategy set forth by the front workplace?
Mentioning a new Offensive Coordinator, lets presume Ben is on board and is remaining for one last run.
Is Ben Roethlisberger included in the next hiring of stated organizer? Does he have a say?
I just wish to advise everyone I am a substantial Roethlisberger fan. I have safeguarded the guy on many celebrations, however I also feel its time to start a rebuild. Like I stated previously, if he and the company choose one last shot then I will support the choice and fan the heck out of the Steelers.
With that stated, my thinking for this reboot falls on one play and one play alone, and it wasnt any of the numerous interceptions. It was the opening snap, the one that went over Roethlisbergers head and what occurred instantly after. I was so pissed Ben didnt fall on that ball. Its the playoffs and it might be the last game you play. Im not saying Ben has never ever sacrificed his body for this group, and its fan base, however that was not the way I ever imagined Ben Roethlisberger seemingly going out. I once called Ben a freaking warrior. When the physical tools lessen the cerebral element should remain, a minimum of kick the ball out the back of the end zone. A devoted fan however its just time …
Go Steelers!

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