Although not clearly stated, the Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger (Ben Roethlisberger) believes that next week may be his last home regular season game for the Steelers.
Ross Lisberg said on Thursday: “From the perspective of the overall situation, everything is pointing to this possibility. I know that if everything goes well and the team is fighting, we still have a chance to make the playoffs. But in terms of the regular season. , This may be my last home regular season.”
As a first-round pick in 2004, Ross Lisberger accepted a pay cut and returned to the team this offseason, playing for the Steelers for 18 years in his career. During this period, he passed the ball for a total of 63,721 yards, 416 touchdowns, and was selected for the Pro Bowl 6 times.
“I just want to win the game.” Ross Lisberg said, “This is the only thing I care about, it has always been…. It will always be better than passing yards, touchdowns, total wins for me. Important. I must have said the same in the initial press conference, I just want to win the game. This is the most important thing for me…. I don’t care if the score is just 3-0. I just want to Win the game because it’s vital to the season.”
The Steelers are currently ranked 11th in the American League, and their record is also behind the Tigers and Ravens in the same district. After the Monday night game against Brown, the Steelers will play off against the Ravens to end the regular season.