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If TRD charted Big Ben's game last night the same way he did Cam


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#166 Double Trouble

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Posted 19 August 2011 - 04:12 PM

The whole point was don't cry for him and who gives a fug what he says about the people he rags on




you could have said that in the first place, instead of extremely overreacting and posting this

"It's not that... Who gives a fug what he thinks, if you and his other fan boys would stop slurping him and learn reading comprehension you'd clearly see that he does what you acuse others of. The reason he gets fugged with is he's a tool, he knows he's a tool, he accepts the grief. He loves it, it's his reason for being. I can respect it. You, and his other fanboys are a different story. Quit being pathetic slurpers. Feeling sorry for him only makes you look like b*tches"

#167 panther4life

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Posted 19 August 2011 - 04:13 PM

If TRD charted Big Ben's game yesterday the way he did Cam Newton it would have been charted like this:

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Ben to Heath Miller: was behind him, if throw was accurate would have been at least 15 yard gain instead threw it low and didn't lead him him so only 10 yard gain. Left a lot of yardage on the field on that play

Incomplete to David Johnson: Tried to throw the ball to David Johnson who was wide open instead massively under threw him hitting a linebacker in the back of his jersey. Terrible throw. No NFL QB would make a throw like that. Just terrible.

Incomplete to Antonio Brown: A quick WR screen pass and Ben throws it 110mph and above Brown's head; Brown has no chance to catch it and almost gets killed because of Big Ben on what should have been an easy throw for an NFL QB.

3rd and 20: Held the ball way too long, didn't throw the ball, was sacked but was bailed out with a facemask penalty.

Pass to Isaac Redman: Screen pass

Incomplete to Mike Wallace: Quick hitch but Ben missed receiver by ten feet and nearly throws it out of bounds. Receiver has to make an incredible play just to get one hand on it. Again no NFL QB misses that throw. Terrible accuracy. Terrible, terrible, terrible. *smh*

Completion to Battle: Held the ball way too long. In regular season would have been sacked. Even though he had no real pressure on him he threw the ball high and receiver had to make an incredible play just to catch it. Give the credit to Battle for a great catch on poorly thrown ball.

Completion to Mendenhall: Screen pass.

Completion for TD Antonio Brown: busted coverage receiver was wide open. Receivers are never wide open in the NFL so doesn't really matter. Like I said about Cam in college him passing to wide open receivers doesn't count/matter because that never happens in the NFL.

TRD's Analysis: Ben didn't make one good throw unless you count the one to a wide open receiver. His accuracy is completely terrible, missing wide open receivers by large margins and hitting defenders with his passes in the middle of their backs. He will never be an NFL QB. If I were the Steelers I would trade two first round picks for someone like Matt Moore. With Matt Moore at QB Pittsburgh might be a contender this year. But from what I saw of Ben Roethlisberger he will never be an NFL QB, let alone the type of guy that could EVER win a Super Bowl.

And for those who just say I am trolling because I am a Ben Roethlisberger hater, it's sad you consider a true analysis of his game instead of some rainbow filled "he played fine because the Steelers got a TD" trolling.

He looked bad. Missed a ton of open guys, took points off the board, etc.

He threw zero good balls.

People know how much of a risk he is and they feel that if they read the truth online and don't defend it, it'll come true so they blast the truth in hopes of others not seeing it when the whole world is sitting back and scratching their head at that performance when other Qbs came out and played light years better.


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more spot on than dtan.

the rest of the thread is pretty much worthless

#168 Ted Stryker

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Posted 19 August 2011 - 04:14 PM

you could have said that in the first place, instead of extremely overreacting and posting this

"It's not that... Who gives a fug what he thinks, if you and his other fan boys would stop slurping him and learn reading comprehension you'd clearly see that he does what you acuse others of. The reason he gets fugged with is he's a tool, he knows he's a tool, he accepts the grief. He loves it, it's his reason for being. I can respect it. You, and his other fanboys are a different story. Quit being pathetic slurpers. Feeling sorry for him only makes you look like b*tches"


TaRD isn't the only person here that can draw people out with hyperbole and shock value, at least I can admit it

#169 Double Trouble

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Posted 19 August 2011 - 04:14 PM

So is "people like me" an admission of slurping?

defending a poster isn't slurping.

#170 teeray

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Posted 19 August 2011 - 04:14 PM

Personal attacks = already lost the argument


Not True.

If I said Osama Bin Laden is a fuggin piece of sh*t prick that doesn't deserve to live because he killed thousands of Americans.

That would be a personal attack on him yet I am pretty confident I still win the argument.

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Posted 19 August 2011 - 04:15 PM

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