Film Study: Ben Roethlisberger’s Way Works for Steelers


Published: September 29, 2009

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... gunslinger. Tom Brady and Peyton Manning throw the pretty passes from the pocket. Donovan McNabb has the flashy running skills. 

Ben Roethlisberger? He's the guy who thinks every stadium is no different than his own backyard.

He will probably never set league passing records, regardless of an upward trend in pass attempts the last two seasons. 

But he has two Super Bowl rings before entering the prime of his career, so he must be doing something right.

In this week's edition of Film Study, since there is such a focus on what's wrong with the Steelers, we instead take a look at the unique style of play that makes Ben Roethlisberger so successful.


Quarterback Measurables

Stat Line Through Week Three:

78-109 (71.6 percent), 860 yards, three TD, four INT, seven sacks, 88.5 rating


Arm Strength

If you didn't see Roethlisberger's (almost) touchdown pass to Limas Sweed, then you s...

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