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|09-24-2012, 04:08 AM||#1|
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Roethlisberger plays good game statistically, teammates fail to measure up
OAKLAND, Calif. -- Ben Roethlisberger was limping across the locker room and his right knee was bleeding, too. It was another tough day at the office for Roethlisberger in the stadium that is quickly becoming one of his least favorite places to visit.
When he turned around to face reporters after washing away the blood and sweat from another head-scratching loss by the bay, one would have never known by the look on his face that Roethlisberger had just played one of the best statistical games of his career.
Six years ago when the Steelers visited the Raiders, Roethlisberger had one of the worst games of his career. He threw four interceptions, including two that were returned for touchdowns, in a 20-13 loss that left the Steelers wondering how they managed to let the game slip away.
Read more: http://www.post-gazette.com/stories/...#ixzz27NP9bHis
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