For the record I mentioned that the Steelers should move on from Ben as of 3 years ago. I saw many reasons why some of which I will repost below but here's what I want to know. I am appreciative of what Ben has done for the team but there comes a time when...... 5 to 6 years ago there were maybe 4 QB's I would've taken ahead of Ben, those QB's were: Brady, Brees, Rodgers. I would not have even taken Peyton ahead of Ben in 2016 because Manning WAS DONE! 3 years ago there still were probably less than 5 to 6 I would take ahead of Ben: Russell, Brady, Rodgers, Brees, Mahomes for sure, MAYBE Andrew Luck but that's it Now my question is how many would you definitely take over Ben at THIS point in time, my list: Russ, Brady, Rodgers, Mahomes, Josh Allen, Lamar, Joe Burrow, D Carr, Justin Herbert, Kyler Murray, Matt Stafford, Dak, Goff, Jameis Winston definitely my MAYBE's Jalen Hurts? Sam Donald? Jimmy G? Carson Wentz? Teddy? Trevor Lawrence? That's 14 ahead of Ben Definitely with 6 more possibly right? Now, how much are we paying Ben? Does it make sense to you? What does your list look like? From top 5 to bottom 10? It's time to start new QB Here's what I said last year btw (see below) For the record I'm one of those who felt like our last chance to get to the Superbowl was the 2017 season (We lost to the Jaguars at home). It was sometime during the 2018 season i stated "Ben is Done". I remember catching flack then as if I were a Ben hater, far from the truth but I pointed to Ben's lack of leadership (players on the team past and present have directly and indirectly said the same thing. I heard the blame on Tomlin solely to which I disagreed with somewhat pointing to the 2015 season. Most remember we lost to Denver in the playoffs, most forget that AB missed that game with a concussion. A concussion sustained because Ben hung him out to dry with a high pass. People countered saying how Ben came back after being injured to win that game in Cincy, few will remember that he got injured trying to extend a play unnecessarily on 3rd and long and took a big hit when all he needed to do was throw it away. 2016 we had a chance but most will forget that Leveon Bell injured himself on the 1st series in that game against the Patriots. 2017 was supposed to be the our year even though Ben started the season with 10 Td's and 9 Interceptions including 5 in that 1st game against the Jags. In the end we lost again to the Jags as we NEVER fully recovered from Shazier's injury. 2018 we didn't make the playoffs with a healthy Ben 2019 I was encouraged that without Ben we went 8-7 (remember Ben lost the 1st game of the season. We did that with Mason and a QB named Duck 2020 can anyone dispute that we played a more competitive game in the final week against Cleveland WITHOUT Ben, Pouncey, and a few other starters. Remember the Browns HAD to have that game. That game came down to a 2pt conversion IN CLEVELAND. So how did we look so bad a week later at home against the same team with our starters? Those guys are not hungry and Ben holds back the offense and what we can call. Pay close attention to the remaining QB's who are left in the playoffs and look at their skillset vs Ben. The teams that advance pay attention to the QB's. As I watch the Rams vs Green Bay im seeing both Geoff and Rodgers line up under center fake handoffs and bootleg, misdirection roll out of the QB, QB sweep passes to the RB from under center, accuracy on mid crossing routes. Both of these offenses and how the QB's SELL the run or pass with their body. My point? We have to move on from Ben of we want to once again get to the next level. There's just too much limitation he has as a QB and im afraid it will hinder the next O Coordinator.