How might the Steelers fare without Ben Roethlisberger? | Steel City Underground

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How might the Steelers fare without Ben Roethlisberger?

Joe and Brian preempt their Steelers/Seahawks reactions in lieu of the shocking, season-ending injury to Ben Roethlisberger.

With Big Ben now out of the picture the future rests in the hands of second-year backup Mason Rudolph, who will get the call to be the Steelers starter. However, the move will have a ripple effect across the team and organization in many ways.

The hosts discuss this while also piecing together some of their planned Seahawks postgame talk and chatter about any attempt to obtain a Miami Dolphins star defensive player.

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  1. Hi guys, thank you for your podcasts and articles! There are so useful and informative for us, who lives outside the USA but truly support guys wearing Black and Gold. What do you think about to create a telegram channel for the latest articles, news, announces and polls? It might be cool to mix all the sources in one flow, like an RSS, but more modern and convenient.

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