Originally Posted by Steeler7BR
When Ben is at his best with a great offensive line he could be a Brady or a Manning no question. He's that great and it's very sad that even steeler fans don't see that.
No I see it - he just won't buy into something other than the idea of him being in control, which, doesn't work.
Those other two guys know when to listen and learn and go from there. Ben portrays that he is above it - hence, plateaued. If Ben progressed, then maybe they would go more no huddle.
Some of the Arians lovers fail to recall that Arians wouldn't let Ben go no-huddle that often either. There is a reason - and Ben, and his receivers, are a main part of that - not enough discipline.