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By Matt Franciscovich, Steelers Correspondent, Fri, Mar 13th 4:56pm EDT

The Steelers have wisely re-upped their contract with veteran signal caller Ben Roethlisberger. The deal is for 5 years starting in 2015. (Source: NFL.com)

Fantasy Impact: Big Ben finished 2014 as a top-5 fantasy QB with 32 touchdown passes and nearly 5,000 yards passing. He's been somewhat of an inconsistent option for fantasy owners over the years, but there is a good chance that he improves on last season's career-high numbers with lethal offensive weapons like running back Le'Veon Bell and wideouts Antonio Brown and Martavis Bryant surrounding him. Contract figures are yet to be known, but it is expected that the new contract will allow him to finish his career as a Steeler.

 

By Matthew Terelle, Steelers Correspondent, Mon, Jan 5th 2:22pm EST

Ben Roethlisberger failed to capitalize on a prime matchup against the beleaguered Baltimore secondary. Roethlisberger completed 31 of 45 passes for 334 yards but only one touchdown. He also threw two interceptions and rushed twice for 16 yards.

Fantasy Impact: The Ravens have been passed on at will during the 2014 season, and it looked like this would be a plus matchup for Roethlisberger going into Saturday's game. Instead the Pittsburgh offense produced a disappointing 17 points. It was clear that Pittsburgh missed the skills of star running back Le'Veon Bell as his absence allowed the Ravens to key on shutting down the pass game. Baltimore heads on to New England and the Steelers are headed home after this disappointing loss.

 

By Isaac Leicht, Steelers Correspondent, Mon, Dec 29th 3:45pm EST

Ben Roethlisberger completed 24 of his 38 passes for 317 yards with two touchdowns and one interception in his team's 27-17 win over the Bengals in Week 17. Roethlisberger connected with Martavis Bryant on a screen pass for a 21-yard score in the second quarter then appeared to be completely in sync with leading receiver Antonio Brown on a 63-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter that featured an excellent adjustment from the receiver on well-covered route.

Fantasy Impact: Roethlisberger tied with Drew Brees for the passing lead on the 2014 season producing 4,952 passing yards. Big Ben is a strong option for fantasy owners in both dynasty and redraft leagues after Aaron Rogers and Andrew Luck are off the board. He's in the conversation with names like Brees and Manning. Based on production, Big Ben is a nice addition for fantasy owners looking to wait a bit on QB in 2015.

 

By Eric McQuillen, Steelers Correspondent, Sun, Dec 21st 11:57pm EST

Ben Roethlisberger completed 18/25 passes for 220 yards and 1 touchdown Sunday versus Kansas City.

Fantasy Impact: Roethlisberger has cooled down a little from his mid-season explosion but remains one of the safer QB plays this fantasy year. Roethlisberger will be low-end QB1 against the Bengals Sunday night as the Steelers look to grab the AFC North title.

 

By Isaac Leicht, Steelers Correspondent, Sun, Dec 21st 3:33pm EST

Ben Roethlisberger is returning to the game for the Steelers.

Fantasy Impact: This is good news for fantasy owners who started Big Ben.

 

By Isaac Leicht, Steelers Correspondent, Sun, Dec 21st 3:26pm EST

Ben Roethlisberger exited after throwing a touchdown pass with what looked like a leg injury.

Fantasy Impact: This isn't good if you started Big Ben. We'll update you if he returns.

 

By Eric McQuillen, Steelers Correspondent, Sun, Dec 14th 8:09pm EST

Ben Roethlisberger completed 77% of his passes, going 27/35 with 360 yards and no TDs or interceptions.

Fantasy Impact: No touchdowns isn't sexy, but Roethlisberger managed to put up a whopping 360 yards to make up for it. Next is a matchup with the Kansas City Chiefs in Week 16. The game could be a lower scoring affair, so you may have better options at your disposal. Roethlisberger, however, has proven he can air it out on just about anyone this year. Roethlisberger will be a low-end QB1 for Week 16.

 

By Isaac Leicht, Steelers Correspondent, Sun, Dec 7th 5:11pm EST

Ben Roethlisberger completed 25 of 39 passes for 350 yards and 3 TDs with 0 interceptions as the Steelers beat the Bengals Week 14.

Fantasy Impact: Big Ben looked healthy and efficient as he spread the ball around without turning it over against a tough Bengals pass defense. Roethlisberger's highlight of the day was finding Martavis Bryant on a 94-yard TD bomb in the fourth quarter. Big Ben remains a viable yet boom or bust fantasy QB moving forward.

 

By Isaac Leicht, Steelers Correspondent, Fri, Dec 5th 12:21pm EST

Ben Roethlisberger returned to full practice on Thurs and is on schedule to start Week 14 against the Bengals despite rumors of a wrist/hand injury.

Fantasy Impact: If you have been relying on Big Ben, you can continue to do so. Keep in mind, he's facing a tough Bengals pass defense and he tends to turn the ball over more than usual while playing hurt.

 

By Isaac Leicht, Steelers Correspondent, Thu, Dec 4th 12:30pm EST

Ben Roethlisberger did not practice on Wednesday, but returned Thursday as the Steelers prepare to play the Bengals in Week 14.

Fantasy Impact: Roethlisberger missed practice amidst a report that he has a fractured wrist, suffered in Week 13 against the Saints. Roethlisberger denied reports of serious injury in yesterday's press conference. “There is absolutely nothing wrong with my wrist,” Roethlisberger said after practice. Keep an eye out for practice reports from the Steelers for the rest of the week. At this point, Big Ben is on target to start. Roethlisberger has played hurt before but if he misses more practice it could be time to find other other options. It's worth noting that even if Roethlisberger does play this week, the Bengals have been strong against the pass this season.

 

By Isaac Leicht, Steelers Correspondent, Sun, Nov 30th 5:54pm EST

Ben Roethlisberger hit his throwing hand on the helmet of New Orleans Saints linebacker Curtis Lofton in the first quarter and was seen shaking his hand thereafter several times. In classic Big Ben fashion, he stayed in the game. It's very debatable whether he was 100%.

Fantasy Impact: Ben Roethlisberger inflated his fantasy numbers as he struggled trying to come back against Drew Brees and the Saints, finishing 32-of-58 passing with 435 yards and two touchdowns. Ben also threw two interceptions and had several other passes that could've been picked off, probably around six. Big Ben isn't an every week auto QB1 in fantasy but still has a ton of upside. You could do worse. Outside of the elite QB1 tier of Luck, Peyton, Brees and whatnot, Ben's a viable fantasy option. Keep an eye on injury reports to see how his injury progresses, as he's been known to keep playing hurt to the detriment of his stats and those around him.

 

By Blaine Blontz, Steelers Correspondent, Sun, Nov 30th 1:39pm EST

Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger is nursing his throwing arm after being hit on the hand while throwing the ball.

Fantasy Impact: Ben initially handed the ball off using his left hand, and he has only thrown one pass since taking the hit. He's still in the game, but he's clearly dealing with discomfort.

 

By Isaac Leicht, Steelers Correspondent, Wed, Nov 26th 3:14pm EST

Coming of his bye week and prepping to face the Saints in Week 13, Ben Roethlisberger is in the midst of his best statistical season. He's on pace for 4,800 passing yards and 35 TDs by the end of December. When asked about potential MVP aspirations, Big Ben responded, "If you asked any player that's won MVP awards and never won a Super Bowl, I'm sure they'd trade that in in a heartbeat." Roethlisberger also told ESPN on Wednesday, "[An MVP] is a great thing. It would still be a reflection of how our offense has played. To me, that Super Bowl is the ultimate goal." (Source: Jeremy Fowler, ESPN)

Fantasy Impact: With Antonio Brown, Le'Veon Bell and breakout rookie WR Martavis Bryant catching passes, Ben's got all the weapons a QB could ask for. Roethlisberger is poised for a solid game this week in a potential shootout against Drew Brees and the Saints soft, banged up secondary. If you aren't holding a sure fire stud QB, start Ben with confidence. As for the rest of the fantasy season, Big Ben is boom or bust week in and out. When he makes plays, he makes them big. When he makes mistakes, he makes them big too. But he sure is fun to watch.

 

By Eric McQuillen, Steelers Correspondent, Tue, Nov 18th 12:31am EST

Ben Roethlisberger completed 21 of 32 passes for 207 yards with a touchdown and an interception.

Fantasy Impact: Roethlisberger's mediocre performance certainly isn't all his fault. The offensive line gave him no time whatsoever do to anything tonight. The Steelers have a bye Week 12, but Roethlisberger has QB1 potential Week 13 in a potential shootout against the New Orleans Saints at home.

 

By Eric McQuillen, Steelers Correspondent, Sun, Nov 9th 8:11pm EST

Roethlisberger completed 30 of 43 passes for 343 yards with one touchdown and two interceptions.

Fantasy Impact: The 80-yard bomb to Martavis Bryant made this a decent fantasy day for those who decided to keep rolling with Ben Roethlisberger. He will look to get back on the right track against a tasty matchup with the Tennessee Titans, where he could very well put up some nice QB1 numbers. Roethlisberger is on pace to post his best numbers he has ever had in a season, so start him with confidence.

 

By Eric McQuillen, Steelers Correspondent, Mon, Nov 3rd 12:17am EST

Ben Roethlisberger threw yet again 6 touchdowns, completing 25 of 37 throws for 340 yards and no picks.

Fantasy Impact: Wow. What more is there to say? Roethlisberger is clicking on all cylinders and simply can't be benched in any league, especially next week when the Steelers take on possibly the worst team in the entire league, the New York Jets. Fire him up as a QB1 next week against the Jets who defend the run better than the pass.

 

By Eric McQuillen, Steelers Correspondent, Sun, Oct 26th 11:08pm EDT

Roethlisberger had a career day, going 40 for 49 for an astounding 522 yards and six touchdowns. He became the first player in the history of the NFL with two 500+ yard games, and broke his own career bests in yards and touchdowns.

Fantasy Impact: Roethlisberger may have put up the best fantasy performance of any player this fantasy year in this Week 8 explosion. Everything was clicking, and with the emergence of rookie wideout Martavis Bryant, the sky was the limit today. Hopefully you had him in your lineups and didn't play against him anywhere. Regardless, chalk Roethlisberger down a few pegs as a lower-end QB1 Week 9 against Baltimore, where history has proven usual low-scoring games with field goals aplenty.

 

By Rob Hebrank, Steelers Correspondent, Wed, Oct 22nd 10:03pm EDT

Roethisberger had a solid performance against the Texans with two touchdowns and no interceptions on 23 completions on 33 attempts for 265 yards. Roethlisberger had a surprising touchdown overturned and lost another probable touchdown pass to a trick play by Antonio Brown.

Fantasy Impact: Ben Roethlisberger will continue to be a strong QB2 moving forward, however, he will have a tough week eight against a strong Indianapolis defense. The addition of large red zone target Martavis Bryant has helped him in the passing game, specifically in the red zone. This chemistry should only continue to improve as the season progresses.

 

By Eric McQuillen, Steelers Correspondent, Sun, Oct 12th 4:44pm EDT

The offense couldn't get it rolling today and it all started with Big Ben. The timing wasn't there, nor were the accurate passes as Roethlisberger completed just half of his throws. His 50% completion percentage was his lowest of the season He finished the day with a line of 21/42 for 228 yards with a TD and a pick.

Fantasy Impact: It was a day to forget for Roethlisberger, and it doesn't get any better Week 7 as the Steelers take on the Texans at home. Roethlisberger tends to thrive against defenses with good pass rushes as we've seen through the years, but unless you're in a really deep league, there are surely safer options out there. Pencil him in as a high-end QB2 Week 7 against Houston.

 

By Eric McQuillen, Steelers Correspondent, Sun, Oct 5th 8:45pm EDT

It wasn't pretty, but the Steelers pulled it out Sunday afternoon. Roethlisberger put out a line of 26/36 for 273 yards and a score to backup tight end Michael Palmer at the goal line just before half.

Fantasy Impact: It wasn't the breakout performance of the week that a lot of analysts predicted, but it was okay. Roethlisberger missed on several throws he usually makes but the team as a whole just didn't give their A-game this afternoon, as they often play down to their competition. Ben Roethlisberger will be a low-end QB1 next week, though, as the Steelers take on a Cleveland secondary that keeps getting torched, despite their talent level.

 

By Eric McQuillen, Steelers Correspondent, Sun, Sep 28th 9:23pm EDT

Ben Roethlisberger had a very impressive day, completing 72% of his throws for 314 yards and three scores. He had no interceptions but did lose a fumble.

Fantasy Impact: Roethlisberger is really paying off this year for those who waited to draft a quarterback and his successes should continue next week against a Jacksonville defense that Philip Rivers just picked apart. The Steelers defense has been shaky so Roethlisberger's pass attempts should stay steady. Lock him in as a QB1 next week.

 

By Eric McQuillen, Steelers Correspondent, Mon, Sep 22nd 1:24pm EDT

Roethlisberger went 22 for 30, completing 73% of his passes for 196 yards, two TD passes, and zero turnovers against a stout Carolina defense.

Fantasy Impact: Roethlisberger can not be counted on week to week as a QB1, but he showed that he can be the man when he needs to. This array of weapons he has at his disposal this year are unlike any in recent memory. Since the Steelers are running the ball at the pace they are, Roethlisberger remains a backup QB to many for fantasy purposes or a bye-week filler. This performance showed that he can be trusted when needed. Lock him in this week as a mid to low-end QB1, though, against a Tampa Bay defense that got throttled against the Atlanta Falcons in Week 3.

 

By Eric McQuillen, Steelers Correspondent, Fri, Sep 12th 2:53am EDT

Ben Roethlisberger completed 22 of 37 attempts for 217 yards and one interception. This effort ended a 30-game passing touchdown streak for Roethlisberger.

Fantasy Impact: It was certainly a game to forget for Ben Roethlisberger and the Steelers offense in it's entirety. The line was getting throttled by Baltimore which led to Roethlisberger hurrying passes and not letting plays work to their potential. Ben Roethlisberger is still a back-end QB1, though, with great upside and a nice set of weapons, but faces a stiff challenge next week on the road in Carolina in what could be a low-scoring affair. There are better options in Week 3 as your fantasy QB.

 

By Eric McQuillen, Steelers Correspondent, Mon, Sep 8th 12:30am EDT

Ben Roethlisberger completed 23 of 34 for passes for 365 yards with a touchdown and an interception in the Steelers victory over the Cleveland Browns at Heinz Field.

Fantasy Impact: Roethlisberger is entering a year with a revamped line and a plethora of weapons he has not seen in quite some time. He had a great day spreading the ball around and compiling over 250 yards at half. Those who waited on him in drafts could be looking at season long value and success as he put up these numbers today against one of the very best secondaries in all of football. You could probably choose a safer option, however, when the Pittsburgh Steelers travel to Baltimore for the week two opener at M&T Bank Stadium as this rivalry usually includes only a score or two with field goals aplenty. Roethlisberger will be a mid QB2 with upside as a low QB1 against the Ravens.

 

By Dave Carroll, Steelers Correspondent, Thu, Sep 4th 8:11am EDT

Roethlisberger is projected for 23 of 36 passing for 263 yards, 2 TDs and 0-1 INTs against Cleveland Sunday. (Source: FantasyPros)

Fantasy Impact: With a strong front 7, Cleveland will put some pressure on Roethlisberger through the game. The key to his success will be to establish the run early and often. Failing to do so will allow the Browns' front line "to key" on the wily veteran QB. What will help Roethlisberger in the match up is his familiarity with the Cleveland personnel and their playing style. Roethlisberger is a borderline QB1 this week with upside.

 

By Eric McQuillen, Steelers Correspondent, Thu, Aug 21st 11:37pm EDT

Roethlisberger went 15 of 24 passing for 157 yards with one touchdown and one interception. The first-team offense clearly wasn't clicking as a whole. Roethlisberger had a few missed passes coupled with some poor routes by the receivers. His lone score was thrown to Heath Miller. (Source: Yahoo)

Fantasy Impact: It's just a preseason game so there is not much to worry about. This year is a year to wait on QBs in fantasy drafts, especially if/when the elite guys are gone and Roethlisberger offers a lot of upside because he can be had at a very good value. He is currently rated as the the 107th best player overall and the 16th best QB in fantasypros.com ECR (Expert Consensus Rankings) despite finishing last season ninth in yards passing and seventh in passing touchdowns. Expect even more this year with a deeper set of weapons at his fingertips.

 

By Dave Carroll, Steelers Correspondent, Sat, Aug 16th 8:55pm EDT

Ben's stats: 8-for-11, 128 yards; 2 TDs, 0 INTs, Rating of 150.8 (Source: Bob Labriola on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: Roethlisberger seemed to be in complete control of the offense and was in mid-season form for the 1+ quarter he played. What made this more impressive was the fact that Buffalo had a defense rated in the preseason top 7 by ESPN. He threw 2 TD passes to Antonio Brown and Markus Wheaton, the latter a beautifully thrown ball to the back corner of the end zone. Roethlisberger is being drafted near the end of the 10th round as the 16th QB off the board. With projected stats of 4268 yards and 28 TDs, Roethlisberger is not only a back up QB, he should be a spot starter for your team depending on the match up.

 

By Dave Carroll, Steelers Correspondent, Wed, Aug 13th 9:02pm EDT

The Steelers' ground game struggled as none of their backs found much running room. Archer was swallowed up by a host of Bills defenders on several outside runs. Josh Harris caught Tomlin's wrath after one run with Tomlin barking at him to hit the hole harder. (Source: ESPN)

Fantasy Impact: This could be something or it could be nothing. Teams generally don't show much in joint practices and end up running basic plays. If that's the case, this is not news as the defense is expected to play better. ESPN ranks the Bills' defense as the number 10 defense, so this could also play into the lack of a running game result. However, if today's results are indicative of a deeper problem in the running game, Roethlisberger will throw the ball a ton. His current projection per FantasyPros is for 4240 yards and 24 TDs. Currently being taken as the 16th rated QB, his ADP is in the early 120s which would put him in the early 11th round in 12 team leagues, Roethlisberger has good upside for your team's QB2 option especially if the run game falters.

 

By Eric McQuillen, Steelers Correspondent, Sun, Aug 10th 5:27pm EDT

The Steelers want to pass less and run the ball more. With the most balanced backfield the Steelers have had in quite some time, this news isn't by any means shocking. Roethlisberger exerted more pass attempts last year than any year in his career and it wasn't close (548 to previous high 477). (Source: Observer-Reporter)

Fantasy Impact: This won't be much of a threat to his numbers. If anything, this is a blessing in disguise. With Le'Veon Bell and Dri Archer, Roethlisberger will have a screen game out of the backfield like he has never had in his career. The supposed "run first" mentality will only open up the play-action opportunities which he has absolutely dominated in his tenure with the Steelers. Roethlisberger is currently listed as the 16th best QB in Fantasypros ECR (Expert Consensus Rankings) with nice upside in a super-deep QB class in fantasy this year.

 

By Dave Carroll, Steelers Correspondent, Sat, Aug 9th 8:19pm EDT

Ben Roethlisberger plays just one series for Steelers. (Source: Alan Robinson via Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: It was a very conservative series for Roethlisberger and the Steelers. There was no no huddle offense on display, a handful of running plays along with a 46 yard bubble screen to Dri Archer being the highlight. The Steelers scored a FG on that possession. This first preseason game was only to serve as getting Roethlisberger's feet wet. Expect more of the offensive play book to be on display and perhaps Roethlisberger to play the entire first quarter next game.

 

By Dave Carroll, Steelers Correspondent, Mon, Aug 4th 9:50pm EDT

The Steelers finished Monday's practice with a two-minute drill. Working with Ben Roethlisberger were Antonio Brown, Heath Miller, Dri Archer, Markus Wheaton and Justin Brown. Will Johnson was also in there early on. They went 63 yards in 1:50 to score on a 4-yard TD pass from Roethlisberger to Antonio Brown. (Source: Observer-Reporter)

Fantasy Impact: It is no secret the Steelers are working heavily on a no huddle offense this preseason. It worked well for them at the end of the 2013 season when they went 6-2 down the stretch. What is telling is the make up of the current edition of the no huddle/2 minute drill offense. No Bell or Blount in the backfield, but the speedster Archer is there. It is no surprise that Brown and Wheaton, the team's WR1 and WR2 respectively, are lined up on the outside. Justin Brown, the WR4 on the recently released initial depth chart, is lined up in the slot. Speed will be the name of the game for the Steelers in the no huddle offense. Archer runs a 4.26, Wheaton is in the 4.3 range and Brown is in the 4.4 range. Add to that the limited time between plays and I see a lot of defenses having troubles keeping up with the Steelers this season when they do go no huddle.

 

By Eric McQuillen, Steelers Correspondent, Sun, Aug 3rd 1:51pm EDT

The relationship between Todd Haley and the Steelers quarterback has been noted to be a rocky one, but it appears they are clicking now better than ever. Haley is ready to roll this year with a deep receiving class Pittsburgh hasn't seen in quite some time. Roethlisberger has always been a class guy with the organization, but it appears this year he is taking things to a new level with his competitive nature and leadership. “He’s been in and around the building all the time and talking a lot of football. He’s come to camp in the same frame of mind. He’s taken the receivers and tight ends and is quizzing them on a nightly basis." said Haley. (Source: Observer-Reporter )

Fantasy Impact: It's a good thing to see Roethlisberger with a Peyton-esque attitude as a leader of this young, offensive squad. With weapons like Antonio Brown, Markus Wheaton, Lance Moore, Le'Veon Bell, and Dri Archer among other names, it is hard not to get excited about Roethlisberger's potential output this season. He is currently listed as the 16th best quarterback in the Expert Consensus Rankings (ECR) and the 110th overall fantasy player this year. This fantasy year seems deeper than ever with QBs, so why not wait later and grab a guy like Ben Roethlisberger? He flirted with career bests last year with a line of 4,261/28/14 while posting a very respectable completion percentage of 64.2%.

 

By Dave Carroll, Steelers Correspondent, Mon, Jul 28th 5:48pm EDT

Despite the Steelers pushing back contract negotiations with Roethlisberger until the offseason, general manager Kevin Colbert said Monday he couldn't see “any circumstance that Ben won't end his career here (in Pittsburgh).” (Source: Pitt Trib Review)

Fantasy Impact: Colbert's statement was the most forceful made by the team that it fully expects to re-sign Roethlisberger, who has two seasons remaining on a contract he signed in 2008. Now that Roethlisberger knows the Steelers want him for sure, his future is in his hands. He can give the club a "hometown discount" or he can play "lights out" football to get a maximum deal. I think the truth will lie somewhere in the middle. Roethlisberger's stats over the past 3 years are: 2011 4077 yds/21 TDs/14 INTs (15 games), 2012 3265/26/8 (13 games) and 2013 4261/28/14 (16 games). Expect him to come close or even surpass his 2013 yards and TD totals while minimizing mistakes. His current projections (per Fantasy Pros) are 4240/28/14 which may be a little low. He may qualify for a maximum deal if he plays extremely well, but would probably take a slight discount to help the team out of any salary cap issues they may face next year.

 

By Dave Carroll, Steelers Correspondent, Fri, Jul 25th 4:52pm EDT

Roethlisberger signed an 8 year 102 million dollar contract in 2008. With 2 years left on that contract, team president Art Rooney II told steelers.com, "he met with Roethlisberger last month and that the Steelers have also talked to Ryan Tollner, Roethlisberger's agent, about their intention of getting a new contract done with their franchise quarterback after this season." (Source: ESPN)

Fantasy Impact: The Steelers almost never negotiate during the season. Given the fact that Roethlisberger has 2 years remaining on his contract, shows the Steelers do not want the circus involved with playing and negotiating during the last year of a deal. Expect Roethlisberger to make this season his season to shine, thus giving him more leverage during the negotiations. With the speedy Antonio Brown and Markus Wheaton at his disposal, he may try to stretch the field more to add to his yardage and TD totals. This may cause a slight bump in his current ADP of 126 overall and 16th ranked QB.

 
The NY Times | Jul 31st
Set career highs in Comp % (67.1) and passing yards (4,952) in '14. Bryant emerging.
Breaking Football | Jul 30th
Big Ben had just 9 picks and went nuts a few times to somehow finish inside the top-5. I don't see that happening again, but he won't be far off.
WalterFootball | Jul 29th
When you have Antonio Brown, Le'Veon Bell and Martavis Bryant on your team, you should be able to put up some decent passing numbers and when your defense is moving the wrong way on the scale of good to bad, you will need to score a bunch of points to win games and that usually means throwing the ball.
Coach Esser | Jul 28th
Big Ben is forever discounted by Fantasy Owners who lived through the Jerome Bettis days. These Steelers are different and their defense makes sure they have to score a lot of points. Target Big Ben after stocking up on wide receivers and running backs this year.
Hatty Waiver Wire Guru | Jul 28th
Surprisingly consistent every year and has solid targets around him to produce
Yahoo! Sports | Jul 20th
For our crew, after Andrew Luck, Aaron Rodgers and Russell Wilson, there's a strong debate regarding which QB should come next in 2015 fantasy drafts. Brad Evans leans toward 'Forehead Frankenstein,' Peyton Manning (34.5 Yahoo ADP, QB4), who's looking to recover from a slow finish last fall in Denver. Meanwhile, Brandon Funston loves him some Ben Roethlisberger (51.7, QB7), who's looking to m...
Fantasy Football Maniax | Jul 15th
The Steelers are a young offense on the rise. Big Ben was the 5th ranked fantasy quarterback with 4,952 yards passing and 32 touchdowns. The big thing he needs to work on this year is being more consistent, but that should happen with his young skill position talent having another year under their belt.
Fantasy Couch | Jul 7th
Big Ben is a great value pick for your QB1