“I want to be a part of it. Being hurt is still setting in for me. I’m still feeling like I’m going to come back [this season]. It hurts that I’m not.”
Tim Couch? No.
Johnny Manziel? Heck, no.
Brady Quinn? Bruce Gradkowski? Colt McCoy? No, no and no.
“It’s kind of crazy to think about,” Roethlisberger said, smiling.
Roethlisberger is 11-2-1 at FirstEnergy Stadium. That gives him more wins in Cleveland than any of the 30 quarterbacks the Browns have had since coming back into the NFL in 1999. Derek Anderson is second on the list with 10 wins.
“AFC North football is always fun. Cleveland. A short week. I’m jealous of the guys going over there.”
“I think Mason is doing great. He’s doing some really good things. It doesn’t matter what comes his way. He stays in the pocket when he needs to. He makes plays when he needs to. I think he’s playing awesome. I’m proud of him.”