When the Pittsburgh Steelers came out of the locker room after halftime on Sunday, they increased their offense to 11 points and performed. The Steelers trailed 21-7 and started the second half, looking a bit lost. But then quarterback Ben Roethlisberger took over, throwing for 244 yards and making three touchdowns in halftime to beat the Indianapolis Colts.
But before you start to wonder if this is Roethlisberger’s situation, it’s just that painting works in the soil, which is not the case. At least according to Eric Ebron. He spoke to the media on Monday, and when the offense started, it was not an improvisation, and the Steelers had practiced all these games.
So, what has changed? It feels like Roethlisberger is just controlling the offense, regardless of what offensive coordinator Randy Fichtner sends. In the first half, the Steelers played the same usual, predictable offensive style that plagued the group for weeks.
In the second half of the year, Roethlisberger abandoned Fichtner̵