We’ve debated that question on this board before but let’s settle this the democratic way…by voting on it. I’ve made no secret of the fact that I think Terry Bradshaw is the greatest followed by Big Ben and then Neil O’Donnell based on the fact that he did at least quarterback us to a Super Bowl even though he crapped the bed when he got there and got a mediocre CB a much larger contract than he deserved. I think Terry Bradshaw is number one based on his play in the biggest games. He came up big in Super Bowls every single time he had to. Not by dinking and dunking but by firing missiles and rockets 40 and 50 yards downfield resulting in pivotal plays that changed the outcome of those games. For that reason alone, he’s the greatest in my mind. Sure, Ben has the better overall stats, but he was somewhat mediocre in Super Bowls save for one magical drive and phenomenal throw and catch to Santonio Holmes. In his first Super Bowl, he had the lowest rating for any winning quarterback in Super Bowl history and that still stands to this day. Let’s here from you. Who’s the greatest quarterback in Steelers history and why?