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Will Ben Roethlisberger make it through the season?


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This is a question that needs to be asked. Mainly because he left the field early for practice during OTAs. OTAs shouldn't be that challenging to the point where your Quarterback who is getting up there in age (39), ends up leaving the field due to an undisclosed injury.


Mike Tomlin said this, "If I thought injury circumstances were significant, I’d share them with you,” he said this in response to Brooke Pryor's question. So, maybe we don't need to worry, it's the offseason anyway.


Ben Roethlisberger stayed mostly healthy last season. That is great! However, toward the end of the season, Ben Roethlisberger didn't look as strong as he did earlier in the season. Still, he managed to have a solid year in Pittsburgh once again. I mean, he went 33/10 in regards to touchdowns and interceptions.

I worry about Roethlisberger's chances of finishing this season, I feel as if he takes one hit to his legs he would be done. It's clearly becoming an issue with him. So, I just worry about what it might do him in regard to finishing the season. I mean there are 17 games this season for Pittsburgh.


Still, if Big Ben has to miss a game or two that won't be the end of the world. The Steelers have Mason Rudolph who I hope to see improvement out of and they also have Dwayne Haskins waiting in case Mason regresses.


We'll see what happens. Everything will happen as it should. I predict we will see Big Ben prove the doubters wrong and have a solid season this year. I just want to make sure we are able to keep him upright and make sure he finishes the long NFL season.


I want Ben Roethlisberger to be energized come playoff time. I don't want him running on fumes at that point. I just question if we will get him to that point with our current Offensive Line concerns.


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