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|After a tumultuous 2010 offseason, Pittsburgh's Ben Roethlisberger has rebounded nicely.|
"Roethlisberger cannot be trusted to do what is right for the Steelers," said James Elias from Denver. "He is extremely immature and egocentric, not to mention sleazy. He considers himself first, second, and always. The Steelers are not to be considered."
"I'm embarrassed," Clive from Pittsburgh said. "I'm embarrassed that my team, as class act a franchise as there is in all of sports, has been blemished by his lack of intelligent decision-making.”
"I will always be a Steeler fan, but unless Big Ben changes I'll never be a fan of his," wrote Paul Rainey of Youngstown, Ohio.
"Ben has a proven track record of poor judgment and questionable behavior,” said Pete Ellenzweig of Portland, Ore. "The Steelers gave Roethlisberger a long-term contract worth over $100 million. All they have asked in return is that he lead on the field, act responsibly in public and uphold the good reputation of the organization. Ben has failed two of these three expectations miserably."