The Pittsburgh Steelers have been struggling to keep themselves afloat ever since star quarterback Ben Roethlisberger got injured in the earlier days of the NFL regular season. With the projected number of games to be missed by the Pittsburgh Steelers star this year, his teammates initially slammed sports analysts and confidently said that Ben Roethlisberger will come back to an NFL squad with a 4-0 record since his injury.
With the recent loss to the Kansas City Chiefs as well as the combination of lackluster and stellar performances from the Pittsburgh Steelers ever since Ben Roethlisberger's health and physical condition fell, the NFL team could not wait to have their star quarterback finally in the football squad once again.
"He is our starting quarterback for a reason, because he gives us our best chance to win," shared Heath Miller, referring to the excitement of the Pittsburgh Steelers over the potential return of Ben Roethlisberger, according to the NFL team's official website. The tight end further noted, "That is no disrespect to the guys who have been playing at all. We are a better team when he is back there, as is the case with every starter at his position. We will see this week. Hopefully, he will be healthy enough to go."
Should Ben Roethlisberger be able to play against the Cincinnati Bengals? This will mark the first time that the Pittsburgh Steelers will have all its offense starters in the field at the same time this NFL season. The last time fans and followers of the Pittsburgh Steelers saw Ben Roethlisberger, Antonio Brown, Heath Miller, Le'Veon Bell and Martavis Bryant in the field had been during the NFL preseason. This should be reassuring to the fans as the Cincinnati Bengals remain one of the undefeated football teams in the NFL this season.
Heath Miller further noted on Ben Roethlisberger, "He is one of the best quarterbacks in the league. Anytime you get a good player like that back, it's going to help. We can't overlook the little things and say Ben is back, we are good to go. We have to take care of the little things. That is what is going to carry us through because they are a really good defense."
The undefeated Cincinnati Bengals will be visiting the Pittsburgh Steelers on November 1 (Sunday) at the Heinz Field in Pittsburgh. Scheduled at 2:00 pm ET, fans and followers of the Pittsburgh Steelers, are looking forward to seeing Ben Roethlisberger serve the Cincinnati Bengals their first loss this NFL season.