With four Super Bowl titles and nearly 140,000 passing yards among them, Ben Roethlisberger, Eli Manning and Philip Rivers make the 2004 quarterback draft class one of the game’s best ever.
Roethlisberger sees potential Hall of Fame ceremonies for each. When asked whether all three players will make the Hall, Roethlisberger said with a smile, “I hope I am.”
The first three QBs taken in the 2004 draft — Eli Manning, Philip Rivers and Ben Roethlisberger — have panned out pretty well.
“I assume [Manning is] going to make it with everything he’s accomplished,” said Roethlisberger, whose Pittsburgh Steelers (6-5) host Manning’s New York Giants (8-3) on Sunday.
I’m not mad, Seahawks. I’m just … disappointed.
Are the Seahawks one of the best teams in the league? I think so. Will they be better when Earl Thomas and Michael Bennett are back? Of course. Though I fail to see how that excuses the offense’s performance Sunday against a bottom-10 defense. Does the win against the New England Patriots in Foxborough prove they can beat anybody, anywhere? Absolutely. But this is the third time in six road games this year that they’ve failed to score a touchdown.
The Seahawks get the benefit of the doubt because of what they’ve done in past years. They could end up winning it all. But the fact is, they’ve put as much hot garbage on tape this year as any other contender. And when it comes to the issue of trust, that puts the 2016 Seahawks in the wrong bucket.
Here’s what else we did and didn’t learn in Week 12 — on the question of trust.
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Game Youth Tony Gonzalez Jersey On top of all of that, the perceived villain is Fisher — the man many fans have long been clamoring be fired. And on top of all that, the perceived victim is Dickerson — the organization’s most important alum, because he was the last Rams star in L.A., because he remains so invested and because fans love him so much for his brutal honesty.