One game particularly stands out for Colon, now the Steelers' starting right tackle. It came in the rain Nov. 19 in Cleveland, after the Steelers fell behind the Browns, 13-3, with just 10 minutes left in the game.
"I was amazed last year when we went to Cleveland and it was raining and he just became a pure gunslinger," said Colon, who was inactive that day. "He just started slinging the ball left and right and made plays. He just took over the game. That right there always stays in my mind, that he's our guy."
Roethlisberger, who started poorly in that game and had an interception returned for a touchdown, produced perhaps the best 10 minutes by a quarterback in Steelers history. He led them to three touchdowns in that span, throwing for two. In that fourth quarter, he completed 18 of 29 passes for 224 yards.
try that on for size, Carton Palchoke fans.
but like carson said after a humiliating loss to the browns... numbers and stats dont matter, its all about the win. (we all know he is lying and is all about chads "celebrations", though