Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger slams Thursday NFL games

Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger slams Thursday NFL games

The downside for the players is that if the league were to drop "Thursday Night Football", that would eliminate the big rights fee that comes with it and subsequently drive down the salary cap, meaning less money for the players. His daughters were not happy when it appeared he was yelling at Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger during a win against the Indianapolis Colts.

Beyond Haden the Steelers still carry five players who have missed practice time this week due to health concerns or came out of Sunday's game with an injury.

"Yeah, it's miserable. It's bad". "They just need to get rid of this game, I think". Just play Mondays and Sundays. "You're beat up, you're banged up".

"Both teams are going through it, so I'm not just speaking on ours", Roethlisberger said.

"It's miserable, it's bad, they need to get rid of this game I think", Roethlisberger said. You've got to let your body recover a little bit. You're still sore from Sunday's game. You still are dealing with bumps and bruises and things continue to build up throughout the season. When you go on such a short week, man, it's just not good.

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With more players jumping onto the wagon of disapproval, the National Football League could begin to take a closer look at the situation and may consider some alterations to schedules to meet these rising concerns. It's a tough thing to do. It's a tough thing to do.

Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin voiced his dislike for Thursday night games last week after several Seattle players, including star cornerback Richard Sherman, were injured in a 22-16 win over the Cardinals. This former divisional rival has enjoyed success at Heinz Field before and with limited time to prepare, a win for the Titans should not be discounted. So if the Steelers lose on Thursday and the Patriots take care of business against the Raiders in Mexico City on Sunday, New England would pass Pittsburgh in both overall record and conference record and further strengthen their hold on the AFC.

While fans may have been unimpressed by the style in which Pittsburgh won last weekend, the Las Vegas oddsmakers still seem to like what they see in the Steelers.

Game day. This is what you live for.

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