On the bright side of things this week, Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger is expected to be ready come game time against the Oakland Raiders at Heinz Field. According to Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin, his quarterback has not had any more postùconcussion symptoms since the headaches he was suffering from during practice last week. He is expected to fully participate in practice on Wednesday. With Roethlisberger back, it completely opens up the offense, as opposed to of the five to ten passing plays that offensive coordinator Bruce Arians called for Dennis Dixon against the Baltimore Ravens. The sad thing about that is that between the Dixon and Roethlisberger, Dixon is more mobile one, yet Arians will have absolutely no problem allowing Roethlisberger to roll out and thr ...
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