Ben Roethlisberger

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  1. Extra Point

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    Roethlisberger has been the MVP of the Steelers every year he's been on the team. The reason he was passed over is the anti-white racism of the black players.

    Roethlisberger is a franchise quarterback. Without him the Steelers would be terrible.

    Franchise quarterbacks don't grow on trees. To trade one is foolish.
     
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    It would be fantastic to see Ben traded to a team, even a team like the Jets, who have an awful quotaback. Then maybe the Crawfords can draft Tajh Boyd, or some other "cerebral" (since Ben is just a simpleton, according to his "teammates") black QB. It will be fun watching the Crawfords finish 4-12 every year!
     
  3. jaxvid

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    Rothlisberger is the kind of White athlete I hate. The type that cannot see the hate for him that is all around him from his supposed "team" and continues to give blood sweat and tears to a group that would gladly throw him under a bus. This latest paean to the Steelers, I heard him on the radio the other day pledging his lifetime allegiance to the team, is nauseating. It's a business dumb-ass not a religion, if this million dollar corporation don't want you find one that will. Perhaps he's just faking it for the media which I would prefer to him actually wanting to live and die for that ungrateful bunch.
     
  4. Don Wassall

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    The relentless hate against Big Ben never abates for long. Tonight on the local news there was a tease before a commercial break about Ben responding to a "former teammate" who said his leadership skills are bad. I didn't stick around to watch; maybe it was Hines Ward, the self-pitying fool who previously lambasted Roethlisberger but was never held to account for it, or some other black former teammate.

    I noticed through a search that some DWF site was criticizing Stephen A. Smiff because he said Ben "isn't a bad guy," after Smiff said the other day something to the effect that women sometimes bring about violence against them by their husbands and boyfriends. To say what Smiff did is of course is taboo in feminazi Amerika, and of course Smiff didn't pay the price that a White broadcaster would who said the same thing. The "logic" of Smiff's critic was how dare he say something positive about Ben following his faux pas of the other day after the incident in a Georgia bar a few years ago in which a drunk slut wearing a "down to f..." button claimed Ben raped her. No charges were ever filed, but Roethlisberger still was handed a four-game suspension by Roger Goodell for a non-existent transgression. In other words, Ben in the popular DWF culture is still guilty of rape even though no rape occurred.

    Then in yesterday's local rag, there was an article by Michael Powell of The New York Times on Ray Rice's suspension, titled "Rice Benefits from Strange Scale of Justice." Seemed like a reasonable article from the headline -- until I began to read it. After Rice was criticized, Powell wrote: "Here comes commissioner Roger Goodell. The tousle-haired commissioner is a football lifer, having spent his career inside the NFL, which is another way of saying he knows psychotic behavior. He has dealt with large men and their brandished pistols, their assault rifles, their beat-downs, their accidental shootings and their many and varied misbehaviors. A few years ago, he had to deal with Ben Roethlisberger, the star quarterback and toast of the Steelers, who was accused of but ultimately not charged with what sounded a bit like rape in a bar in Milledgeville, Ga. Goodell suspended him for four games."

    So instead of naming some of the endless array of black NFL players who have been charged with serious crimes, Powell named only one player to compare to Rice -- Roethlisberger, who was never charged with a crime and yet was still suspended in grand Orwellian style.

    Oh, and below Powell's article was an update article on the Steelers, which dealt almost exclusively with Roethlisberger, who has carried the team on his broad shoulders for the past half dozen years, or the entire time black supremacist Mike Tomlin has been coaching the team. And so it goes. . . day after day, year after year, in anti-White Amerika.
     
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    It was Emmanuel Sanders:

    http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.co...nders-peyton-is-a-far-better-leader-than-ben/

    I'm actually with Jaxvid on this one. Ben is the kind of simpleton wigger who seems completely oblivious to how much he's hated by his black teammates and DWFs alike. I would instantly become his fan if he grew a spine and stood up for himself the next time a black teammate criticized him, but that's highly unlikely given the way he takes all the verbal abuse like a chump and continues to be a loyal member of Afrika's team.

    He's a two time SB winner who has indeed carried that team for years, making chicken salad out of chicken **** by single-handedly pulling off numerous improbable victories, playing hurt and always giving 100%. The first time Hines Ward or anyone else spoke out against him, he should've put them in their place, but by allowing it to continue, he's now become a punching bag. Because of this and the loathsome franchise he plays for, I will never root for him to succeed. I hope PIT crashes and burns once again this season.
     
  6. Extra Point

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    Ben Roethlisberger with a leg injury against the Rams.
     
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    I hope it isn't serious because he's a great player. However it will be interesting to see what the Crawfords can do with their all black line-up.
     
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    The Crawfords.

    That still cracks me up.
     
  9. Extra Point

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    Roethlisberger will be out at least a month with a torn meniscus, for which he had surgery.

    Roethlisberger was kicked in the knee by Suh. This may have caused the injury.

    Goodell and the NFL has so far refused to discipline Suh for Suh's dirty play. I guess dirty plays against white players are OK in the anti-American Negro Felon League.

    Suh has a history of similar incidents, all against white players. It's unlikely this is an accident. Suh is probably motivated by anti-white racism, which is acceptable in the Negro Felon League.
     
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    Big Ben is having his best season ever statistically, leading the NFL with 4,852 passing yards and very likely on Sunday to become just the sixth quarterback ever to reach 5,000 yards in a season. His 33 TD passes are a Steelers record. And Big Ben has never been about stats; it's a cliche to say it but all he does care about is whether the team wins or not. He's not always at his best every game, but anyone who's watched him knows he's an all-time great, considerably better than Terry Bradshaw, who was a very late bloomer and was surrounded by tremendous talent on both offense and defense. Roethlisberger has carried the Steelers on his shoulders for a good portion of his 15 seasons.

    And despite Big Ben's career year, a hallowed Rooney Plantation tradition continues -- for the 14th time in his 15 NFL seasons, Big Ben was not voted the team MVP by his "teammates." That honor went to JuJu Smith-Schuster, who is not even the best receiver on the team.

    So Big Ben and the legendary Kordell Stewart continue to have one thing in common other than both being quarterbacks, allegedly so in Kordell's case -- both were voted team MVP one time. But rest assured no racial politics have been involved in Ben being snubbed year after year.
     
  11. BeyondFedUp

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    Wow, even his own blanking teammates won't vote as team MVP one of the best QBs of all time, who carries the team all the time, and is a professional in heart and attitude all the time.

    It's beyond obvious that race relations of millionaire teammates gutting things out against opposing teams reveal that this literal blood, sweat and tears "comradery" cannot even assuage the animus and underlying hatred and resentment Blacks have towards Whites. I don't see this ever, ever changing. In fact, I see it worsening.

    And anyone who's known me on these forums all these years know I pretty much always root against the Steelers. So, I'm not a homer and cheerleader for Big Ben at all. He's just simply great. He should pretty much be the team's MVP every year.
     
  12. Extra Point

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    Whites and blacks are incompatible, mainly because of the behavior of blacks. Whites and blacks should separate.
     
  13. Don Wassall

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    There's a despicable national smear campaign currently taking place against Ben Roethlisberger. It was started by Antonio Brown, who said Ben "thinks like an owner" among other insults. It was part of Brown's successful strategy to force the Steelers to get rid of him, which they did by trading him to Cucky Gruden's and Mike Maycuck's team for just a 3rd and 5th rounder. The team's other idiot/prima donna, Leveon Bell, has also been piling on of late, and those two have been joined by several other black former teammates.

    The moronic Brown recently made the rounds of national TV shows, and enlisted some announcers to join him in his crusade against Big Ben, notably Shannon Sharpe and others. I don't follow it closely at all, but it's hard to live in Pittsburgh and not be aware of the endless circus surrounding Brown and Bell. What's interesting is that the divide is very much racial in composition -- black players and black media personalities criticizing Ben while saying Brown and Bell did nothing wrong, with White former teammates and local White writers and broadcasters strongly supporting Ben.

    The idea that Ben caused the team's problems rather than Brown -- whose list of on and off-field transgressions is very long and who quit on the team for the all-important final game of the season, not showing up when the Steelers were trying to make the playoffs -- and Bell -- who sat out the entire season smoking weed and making rap songs -- is so ludicrous as to be beyond belief. Brown (or it could have been Bell) also recently said that the Steelers don't treat their players like they're human beings. Right, the Rooney Plantation which is as liberal and pro-black as any franchise in the league, and which continues to pay Ryan Shazier his salary even though he'll never play again after his serious neck injury, treats their millionaire players like slaves.

    It's all Bizarroworld on a grand scale, but then again U.S. "culture" itself is completely nuts right now.
     
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    Great post Don. It’s all Clown World. Honk, honk.
     
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    It's amusing that for all the drama and distractions that Bell and Brown caused in six years, Pittsburgh only had one AFC title game appearance to show for it, in which they got blown out by the Patriots in 2016. And in that game Bell was knocked out in the first half, and Brown was held in check and threw a tantrum on the sideline.
     

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