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Steelerfreak58
02-02-2009, 01:17 AM
Dear Sir,

Thank You for you tremendous effort today. You are simply the premier quarterback in the NFL today and at your age have so much ahead of you. Today you were placed in another heart wrenching gut tearing situation and you stepped up and lead your team to another huge victory in the Super Bowl. I cannot imagine having another quarterback leading my beloved team.

This year you faced so much adversity and so much blame and yet you never tried to place any blame (except on yourself) when things went wrong or bad. You stuck with your offensive line when many were calling for their head to roll throughout the year. You showed what it means to be a clutch quarterback time and time again.

Tom Brady, Eli and Peyton Manning, and good old Tony Romo may get all the media talk, the accolades and the air time on all the various channels but to us I can honestly say they can have all of them. I don't want anyone leading the Black and Gold as long as you are able to play this game.

Whatever the future brings today was simply magic it made me realize how much I love this team and watching all of the Steelers play the game the way it should be played. Sixty minutes of football is all we ask and we got so much more.

For thirty seven years of my existence on this planet I have been a fan from the swaddling cloth to the authentic jerseys of my all time favorites that I wear with pride and I never have seen such a wonderful last two minutes of a game in my life. It was just so simply beautiful watching you lead that drive.

You sir are simply Mr. Clutch to me from now on. Thank you once again for leading this team it is a privilege to have you as our quarterback and watch you play.

J. Vernacchio Jr.
Modesto Ca.

T Bradshaw
02-02-2009, 03:21 AM
Nice letter
Ben has it all, great player, great teammate, great leader.

As for our OL the hell with all of them, Big Ben was hit too many times this yr because the shit we call OL has no fukking talent

How many time did we have the ball inside the 10 yard line today and could not score? was like this all yr

This game never should have come to that last drive

SteelCurtain7
02-02-2009, 03:59 AM
Great letter, guy. :cool:

Yeah, I predict that Coach Tomlin will be trading up in the first round of April's draft in pursuit of some solid O-Linemen. I don't want to see Ben's career prematurely end because of inadequate protection. :eek:

Vincent
02-02-2009, 05:41 AM
Nice letter
Ben has it all, great player, great teammate, great leader.

As for our OL the hell with all of them, Big Ben was hit too many times this yr because the shit we call OL has no fukking talent

How many time did we have the ball inside the 10 yard line today and could not score? was like this all yr

This game never should have come to that last drive

Agree. Agree. Agree. And agree. Don't forget our OC and OLC. They suck too. They REALLY suck. Two TEs. 9 in the box. Run FWP up the gut. Just brilliant. :banging:

JustaFan
02-02-2009, 05:49 AM
Great letter Steelerfreak58 :thumbsup:

markymarc
02-02-2009, 07:15 AM
Very nice letter to Ben :tt02: Ben is a winner and should now be discussed as an elite QB. Now can we please just get a new OL and OL coach to protect our franchise QB.

steelwall
02-02-2009, 07:18 AM
Dear Sir,

Thank You for you tremendous effort today. You are simply the premier quarterback in the NFL today and at your age have so much ahead of you. Today you were placed in another heart wrenching gut tearing situation and you stepped up and lead your team to another huge victory in the Super Bowl. I cannot imagine having another quarterback leading my beloved team.

This year you faced so much adversity and so much blame and yet you never tried to place any blame (except on yourself) when things went wrong or bad. You stuck with your offensive line when many were calling for their head to roll throughout the year. You showed what it means to be a clutch quarterback time and time again.

Tom Brady, Eli and Peyton Manning, and good old Tony Romo may get all the media talk, the accolades and the air time on all the various channels but to us I can honestly say they can have all of them. I don't want anyone leading the Black and Gold as long as you are able to play this game.

Whatever the future brings today was simply magic it made me realize how much I love this team and watching all of the Steelers play the game the way it should be played. Sixty minutes of football is all we ask and we got so much more.

For thirty seven years of my existence on this planet I have been a fan from the swaddling cloth to the authentic jerseys of my all time favorites that I wear with pride and I never have seen such a wonderful last two minutes of a game in my life. It was just so simply beautiful watching you lead that drive.

You sir are simply Mr. Clutch to me from now on. Thank you once again for leading this team it is a privilege to have you as our quarterback and watch you play.

J. Vernacchio Jr.
Modesto Ca.


I never say GD but I will say it here one helluva GD post!!! Mad props to you my friend.

Steelerfreak58
02-02-2009, 11:27 AM
Thanks folks. I don't post much but I felt I had to say something about how lucky we are to have him.

T Bradshaw
02-02-2009, 12:44 PM
Agree. Agree. Agree. And agree. Don't forget our OC and OLC. They suck too. They REALLY suck. Two TEs. 9 in the box. Run FWP up the gut. Just brilliant. :banging:

I guess that is why they are calld the worst OL in the league and every dumb as s knows it

get a clue

STOP making bullshit excuses, BEN is lucky to finish the yr with no serious injuries

I bet you have never played football

Benzbrother
02-02-2009, 12:53 PM
Thanks folks. I don't post much but I felt I had to say something about how lucky we are to have him.

AMEN dude......Sometimes I feel like some members of the Steeler Nation don't appreciate how truly lucky we are to have this guy. I feel truly blessed that I have had the opportunity to watch him play for our beloved Steelers. Here's to "Mr. Clutch" taking us 78 yards to a Super Bowl title and many more 2-minute drives to come!:drink: