When there are doubters, it always fuels the fire a little bit. When people say you can't do something, if you are a competitor, that drives you.

— Ben Roethlisberger

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You have to be able to step up when your name is called.


It's an honor to be compared with Terry Bradshaw.

If I could do half of what he did, I'd be very happy.


In my heart, I know I haven't been the best person, the best quarterback for the Steelers, I'm not talking just on the field, I'm talking off the field.


I know I probably never will win the league MVP or passing title.

That is not why I play the game. I try to win football games and championships.


In the playoffs, it is do or die. You win or you go home. As a competitor, you love it.


I try to live my life like my father lives his.

He always takes care of everyone else first. He won't even start eating until he's sure everyone else in the family has started eating. Another thing: My dad never judges me by whether I win or lose.


Big Ben just kept building up. It ended up coming off the field. It kept taking over. Superman kept taking over Clark Kent and you just never saw who Ben Roethlisberger was any more.


My family and friends and teammates, just having their support has been unbelievable.


As your body deteriorates, your natural talents start to go a little bit.

You have to bring in physical working out, building, taking protein and doing extra stuff.


Usually when we lose a game is because we turn the ball over or not play well enough and usually it is the turnover thing. We have to take care of the ball. It is starts with me and not turning it over.


If I do get nervous for a game, they usually go away after the first play.

For the Super Bowl, it never went away.


I have a great family. I can call them and they don't want to talk just football They want to find out how my day went outside of football.


About Ben Roethlisberger

Quotes 22 sayings
Profession American football player
Birthday March 2, 1982

I'm a win-at-all-costs guy.


I'm going to try to be better than I ever was.


People don't realize that I'm mobile, athletic and strong-armed.


I think I can get five, six, seven more years out of this arm and these legs.


Hines Ward, Plaxico Burress, Jerome Bettis-they are great leaders. I listen to everything they say.


Leadership is something you earn, something you're chosen for.

You can't come in yelling, 'I'm your leader!' If it happens, it's because the other guys respect you.


Basketball was always my first love, but once I had a good year as a senior, I figured the next step was to play college football.


I feel that Im not losing the game for our team.

Im trying to give us the best opportunity to win the football game. I did everything I could to lose the Jets game but we won. And the Patriots game, I didnt play well. I think that this year, I just come out and play smart football. I got some good advice the other day (from CBS Sports Dan Dierdorf): Every drive that ends in a kick is a good drive.


The biggest thing isn't necessarily how I play, but that we win.

That's my number-one goal. I could be the worst quarterback out there, but if we come out with a victory that's all that matters to me.