QB Ben Roethlisberger Was In Tears After Steelers Playoff Loss...................
© Philip G. Pavely-USA TODAY Sports
The Cleveland Browns surprised the Pittsburgh Steelers beating them 48-37 in Sunday's AFC Wild Card game. The Steelers fell behind 28-0 early and never got it closer than a two-possessions. After the game ended, QB Ben Roethlisberger remained on the bench in tears...

(The Big Lead)
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He’s auditioning to be the next crying Jordan meme.
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Been skipped leg day
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Tough loss
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the Steelers probably wishing they hired Kapernick. lol. take a knee Ben. it's just the NFL. somebody had to loose.
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For every looser, there’s a tighter
4 months
This is the exact reason you play those starters at the end of the season. The Steelers sat starters for 2 weeks in a row and their defense sure looked like it! Big coaching mistake!
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Gonna suck to have your last game be a loss to the Browns
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Broken by the Browns lol
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Not how he expected to close out a solid career, but everyone loses except the Superbowl champion.
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The Steelers opened 11-0 and lost 4 out of their last 5 coming into this game. This wasn't a huge surprise and if not Cleveland then Buffalo would have beaten them. This was a payback for a generation of losses by the Browns. Every dawg eventually has his day.
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Remember him playing in Tiger Stadium. Never thought he would win two Super Bowls. Good career but may be time to hang it up
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more rape allegations coming
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I mean, we all witnessed that first half........
4 months
He was embarrassed. Sometimes the bar eats you.
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His last game.
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