If Big Ben threw like Michael Vick does most games, he'd be booed in Pittsburgh rather than being a hero. It wouldn't matter if the team won most of its games or not. Kordell Stewart is Exhibit #1 that a lousy quarterback can win games with a good team. Terry Bradshaw had a long learning curve, and was the weak link of the first two Pittsburgh Super Bowl winners (and the strength of the teams that won two more after that). It was readily acknowledged at the time. No one, fans or the media, pretended that Bradshaw wasa tremendous quarterback when he wasn't.