You Can’t Spell “Bench” Without “B-E-N”
You may have heard that the NFL in 2010 is a “quarterback’s league,” due to all the marquee teams having great signal callers. Last year’s Super Bowl featured two of the NFL’s absolute best, Drew Brees of the Saints and Peyton Manning of the Colts.
Well, here in 2010, the Pittsburgh Steelers have managed to buck all common football sense and have put together a 3-0 record despite having trotted out some…interesting…players at what is supposedly the game’s most important position:
All of this is because their franchise QB, Ben Roethlisberger, has been serving a four-game (reduced from six) suspension for some (allegedly) naughty behavior last offseason. So what has Ben been up to lately, having been not able to play so far this season?
Let’s take a look, shall we?
Good to see he’s doing his best to stave off loneliness, now that his night life style has been severely cramped, c/o Commish Goodell.