This could be it for quarterback Ben Roethlisberger after the surreal game at Heinz Field Monday night and the overflow of love from the fan base that seen him take the NFL on by storm
for the past 18 years.
Now, if you can believe it or not, but if the Steelers failed to get into the playoffs in Week 18, the storied ride more than likely is going to end in Baltimore.
Roethlisberger wasn’t overly special in the win against Cleveland, throwing for less than 200 yards with a touchdown and a pick.
But at the end of the day, he grinded his way to his 92nd win at Heinz Field.
Ben had the chance to reflect on everything today as he prepares for another AFC North opponent.
“Nothing’s going to change, but he can get a little nostalgic and that’s fair given the body of work he’s put in.
They got another one. My first game I ever played, the NFL was there, you know, and it was Ed Reed, not as Suggs Lewis, just to name a few. I mean, you go down the whole list of guys.
And so it was it was never a lot of fun to play those guys. But I think there’s a lot of respect and you know, it’s going to be it’s going to be pretty cool.”
The Steelers play the Ravens in Baltimore on Sunday at 1:00 p.m.