The Pittsburgh Steelers are 9-0, and a large reason for this success has been the play of Ben Roethlisberger. Let’s be honest, there weren’t many who saw Roethlisberger returning to a level of play like fans have seen in 2020, not after undergoing season-ending elbow surgery, but the future Hall of Fame quarterback has defied the odds yet again.
The thing about this season isn’t what Roethlisberger is doing, but really how he is doing it. He has reinvented his game, and with the help of a ridiculously versatile arsenal of weapons, he has morphed into a new quarterback.
A perfect example of this new-age Roethlisberger was the team’s 36-10 win over the Cincinnati Bengals in Week 10 at Heinz Field. Roethlisberger shredded the Bengals’ secondary for 333 yards and 4 TDs.
With that said, what went right, and what was sort of off?
The below breakdown provides all of those questions, and dives into what has changed with Roethlisberger, and what remains exactly the same. Just Ben being Ben.
Check it out below:
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