Should we be worried about Big Ben and the Steelers? from Skyzhay's blog

In Week 3, Mac Jones Mut 22 coins played his most difficult game of the season. He threw a triple so terrible it caused nothing but grumbling silence from his coach.

Do you think Brady would like to humiliate Belichick to increase the score, and then let the Buccaneers snuff out Mac defensively? Because I do. I believe Belichick is too: he is aware of what this Tampa defense might affect his quarterback and he has to be aware that when Brady looks great and Mac appears awful, and the Bucs pound the Pats the media will be talking about it. Maybe we oversold the Patriots offensive line and their rush attackfor instance, Jones was the Pats most prolific rusher on Sunday, and he also threw 51 times. That simply won't work for New England as far as the offensive game plan goes.

Tom Brady spoiled us all The fall for the majority of quarterbacks remains steep and sudden. In the case of Ben Roethlisberger it looks like he went full Thelma and Louise on an cliff. Steven Ruiz, the Ringer's director of video productions cut up Ben's throws to the Bengals on Sunday and put them on grainy western-style videos with saloon songs in the background. This was not only the funniest thing I witnessed on Monday but also one of the saddest, as Ben appears to be completely washed.

The Steelers have opted not to invest on the offensive line the offseason. This has resulted in a lackluster run game even with Najee Harris being selected in the 1st round. Harris did get 19 (!) targets in the passing game on Sunday, catching 14 of them. Lindsay Rhodes invited me to her show on Monday. She shared this gem: Harris had 109 yards following the catch, and receiving yards of 102. This is incredible!

And then peek at Ben's Next cheap Madden nfl 22 coins Gen Stats passing chart, which confirms the situation. He's in no position to protect himself and he's not equipped with the arm strength to take the ball off the field anymore and that combination effectively turned the offense horizontal.

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