Ben roethlisberger and dating
So after his play last year and even better play this far this year, what does everyone think now?! The Steelers beat the Patriots last week and the fans are on their high horse. But that doesn't detract from his skills on the football field where he is one of the top 10, arguably one of the top 5 QBs in the league.
Look, the despite the win over the Patriots and how badly the Patriots defense played... The Patriots still managed to do somewhat of a decent job stopping them on the redzone. Kinda like Mike Vick is .................a past and possibly future animal abuser.
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In a Monday post I wrote about Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger and how his 2017 red zone pass attempts that went into the end zone showed a low completion percentage and hinted that might be an area of his game that needs further investigating.
Moving forward with this research, I intend on compiling the stats of other top quarterbacks in the NFL for the last three seasons to see how Roethlisberger’s numbers compare.
"Big" Ben Roethlisberger is the starting quarterback of the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Standing 6'5" and weighing in at 241lbs, Big Ben is one of the largest quarter-backs in the league.
He also has 47-, 52- and 59-catch campaigns on his resume.
In order to dive deeper into the topic, I decided to research Roethlisberger’s history when it comes to his red zone pass attempts in which the football was calculated as traveling at least to the goal-line or beyond.
I was able to cobble together stats for Roethlisberger when it comes to such throws dating back to the 2006 season and the table below shows the data I uncovered.
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Just wondering how many rediculous haters are left out there so I must ask you all just ONE question.... For a number of years this man has been hated on by the NFL, NFL analysts, and by far the worst by NFL (other than Steeler) fans across the nation!!! He's had two different women with allegations against him.
Big Ben was the second quarter-back in NFL history to win the "NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year" award, he accomplished this in 2004.