The Pittsburgh Steelers’ fan base is a spoiled bunch, and on many levels.
If you think about it, they’ve been witness to such riches as six Super Bowl victories and countless names which have now become the stuff of legend in the annals of NFL history.
“Mean” Joe Greene
I could go on, but fans of the Black-and-gold have been blessed with so many more good years, compared to the bad ones during the Bubby Brister/Mike Tomczak/Mark Malone eras.
Of all the players in Steelers’ history, two current players very well might top them all when it comes to their level of play and overall execution at their respective positions. I’m talking about Antonio Brown and Ben Roethlisberger.
These two players have set new standards at the quarterback and receiver positions—to the point where people aren’t just asking if they’re the best in Pittsburgh history, but whether they’re the best quarterback/wide receiver duo of all time.
Brett Kollmann of SB Nation did an awesome breakdown of this subject, and also shows what makes Brown and Roethlisberger the nastiest tandem to try and stop in the NFL today.
Check out the breakdown below: