"DRAMA QUEEN" WILL PLAY

ESPN’s Ed Werder reports that Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger will play on Sunday against the Chargers.
Roethlisberger, who suffered a concussion two weeks ago in the regular-season finale against the Browns, told Werder that Ben feels “better than any point since season began.”
After Werder’s report, ESPN’s Keyshawn Johnson said that Roethlisberger is a “bit of a drama queen.”
Once Keyshawn was finished, Mike Ditka grabbed Keyshawn’s arm and said, “I’ll give you a drama queen.”
Who’s right?  They both are.

24 responses to “"DRAMA QUEEN" WILL PLAY

  1. yeah he’s definitely a drama queen. anytime he plays bad he always has some sort of injury. like the AFC championship game against the patriots… played like shit and said he had a broken foot.

  2. there is no way humanly possible that Tomlinson gets the lions’ share of the carries, or rather there is no possible way Tomlinson will be dynamic or explosive with his carries. although he could be somewhat effecient in a reduced role in my opinion

  3. Drama-queen or not, he plays when he has to…. Id rather have a drama queen like that on my team than other players that sit out 1/2 the games bc their vagina was sore

  4. Bwaaahhh, hhaaa , haaa…
    If the shoe fits!!!!!
    Drama queens unite! Oh they have, they’ll all play in the steel city

  5. How’s the playoff hero L.T. doin? Oh wait….
    Besides, what has MEshawn ever accomplished? #1 pick turned average possession receiver . . .

  6. Ben’s a drama queen…he’s also a quarterback. Aren’t most of them like that?
    Go call the Steelers defensive starters a bunch of drama queens, ppdoc. Lowest amount of yards allowed per game since the 1991 Eagles. It’s usually the opposing quarterback who’s crying by the end of the game.

  7. happybunny…. Ditka was referring to Keyshawn as the other drama queen and then he killed a puppy.

  8. Wait till Mauluga gets ahold of his pansi ass next year in Cleveland. He will have a permanent concussion ending his fantasized career in Shitzburg!!!

  9. ppkisser says:
    January 11th, 2009 at 12:51 pm
    Bwaaahhh, hhaaa , haaa…
    If the shoe fits!!!!!
    Drama queens unite! Oh they have, they’ll all play in the steel city
    ____________________________
    Does your mom know you’re on the computer?

  10. Ohhhhhhh… I am mortally wounded. You called me ppkisser. Ouch.
    You must be related to Gentle Ben the drama queen. 2 synapses connected by a spirochete!
    Have a great day Squealer boy.

  11. ppdoc says:
    January 11th, 2009 at 3:42 pm
    Ohhhhhhh… I am mortally wounded. You called me ppkisser. Ouch.
    You must be related to Gentle Ben the drama queen. 2 synapses connected by a spirochete!
    Have a great day Squealer boy.
    ____________________________
    That’s Daddy to you, son. You disappoint yet again.

  12. When I read the headline, I was confused because Favre is done for the season, courtsey of his 9 INT’s over the last 4 games.
    If there is another drama queen, you should defer to Favre’s position as THE drama queen by referring to the other as Jr..

  13. the nfl crooked refs already have given the steelers 100 yards in penalities……… every playoff the same crew pulls the same shit…. pretty obvious

  14. JimmySmith, you’re an unappreciative idiot. Favre gives your team 16 years of never missing a game, breaking every passing record, winning a Super Bowl and multiple Division championships, and putting Green Bay back on the map of respectability, yet all you can do is piss and moan about him being a drama queen because he had a change of heart, in an article that has absolutely nothing to do with Favre. Enjoy the next 15 years of Thompson induced failure, you ungrateful putz.

  15. hey dave61 why don’t you quit disgracing our and stop being such a cry baby?
    what was the penalty count in their first meeting? 13 for the chargers, 2 for the Steelers, with one being incorrectly called on the last play that cost the Steelers a touchdown. nice conspiracy theory moron
    the chargers have been holding the steelers’ edge rushers every single play. how many holding calls have there been?

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