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    Quote Originally Posted by GoBigOrGoHome View Post
    Then vote for Rodgers, packa. Jeebus.
    I'm just saying I don't understand your logic. That's all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by packa7x View Post
    I'm just saying I don't understand your logic. That's all.
    On the road, in a dome, against one of the best defensive lines in football, playing from behind almost whole second half in front of crowd that hadn't seen a home Monday night game in a decade, with a terrible offensive line who (a) has gotten him blasted repeatedly this year and (b) committed about dozen false starts, with an offensive coordinator who has a vendetta against quarterbacks, and with a group of wide receivers who aren't good at all... he played very well. That's their logic.

    Ben's foot is hurt, I get that. Can't be easy, either, but it doesn't mean you guys can't disagree. No one exactly has to be right about this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mkocs6 View Post
    On the road, in a dome, against one of the best defensive lines in football, playing from behind almost whole second half in front of crowd that hadn't seen a home Monday night game in a decade, with a terrible offensive line who (a) has gotten him blasted repeatedly this year and (b) committed about dozen false starts, with an offensive coordinator who has a vendetta against quarterbacks, and with a group of wide receivers who aren't good at all... he played very well. That's their logic.

    Ben's foot is hurt, I get that. Can't be easy, either, but it doesn't mean you guys can't disagree. No one exactly has to be right about this.
    And Ben had a hurt foot without a couple OLmen playing against a defense that let up 16, 13, 14, and 13. Pittsburgh put up 38. Ben threw for 5 TDs. Chicago scored higher than just KC against the Lions. Minnesota and Tampa both scored more than the Bears. I see why people are picking Cutler, but I think there are better options.
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    Ben scored the same amount of TDs that Tennessee let up ALL SEASON before that game.
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    Quote Originally Posted by packa7x View Post
    Ben scored the same amount of TDs that Tennessee let up ALL SEASON before that game.
    Well, those games were against the Jaguars, Ravens, Broncos, and Browns, and none of them really have an elite offense.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Docta View Post
    Well, those games were against the Jaguars, Ravens, Broncos, and Browns, and none of them really have an elite offense.
    The Ravens are pretty damn good and Denver got it done vs GB, GB just got a few key turnovers. The Titans have a really good d.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Docta View Post
    Well, those games were against the Jaguars, Ravens, Broncos, and Browns, and none of them really have an elite offense.
    Elite offense or not, Ben scored more touchdowns in one game against this d than those other 4 teams did collectively. There's no way to write that stat off. It's not as though Pittsburghs offense has been that great this year. In my opinion, based on the talent they have they've been downright awful and severly underperfomed. Until this must win game, when a hurt Ben got it done, and did so in a big way.

    I think too many people credit cutler for being tough, finally, after he quit in the most important game of his life. Answer that however you want. All I know is in the same situation, Ben would have no doubt finished that game. The only way Ben doesn't play is if the doctors forbid it. The doctors didn't forbid cutler from playing in the nfc champ game. He self selected out. For that reason alone, cutler can and will never be tougher than Ben. Too many people considering the fact he didnt quit to be extraordinary, and what Ben did to be routine like some have said in this thread. That doesn't make him tougher....
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    Voting for Cutler over Ben is like voting for a DE who got a sack on Rayfield Wright over Jack Youngblood.
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    Ben is the winner. On "Mike & Mike" he said he played through the pain and had no meds before the game. Joked that if an injection would've went into his foot, that would be bad. Mike Golic mentioned he limped out during introductions. 5 touchdown passes and a passer rating over 110 wins.
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    CONGRATULATIONS BEN ROETHLISBERGER! YOU RECEIVE THE WEEK FIVE FOOTBALL PROS ALL-MAN AWARD

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