Ben Roethlisberger, quarterback of the Pittsburgh Steelers, has already had a remarkable career. He was drafted 11th overall in the 2004 NFL Draft out of Miami (OH) University and jumped both Charlie Batch and Tommy Maddox on the depth start to become the Steelers' starter by the third week of his rookie season.
The rest was history as Roethlisberger has become one of football's winningest quarterbacks of all time. Now all that stands between Big Ben and his third Super Bowl ring is the New York Jets and the winner of the Green Bay Packers-Chicago Bears showdown.
There's no guarantee that the Steelers can get past either the Jets (who beat up Super Bowl favorites New England) or the Packers (who just plain look unbeatable), but if they do will the win secure Roethlisberger's place in Canton in the NFL Pro Football Hall of Fame?
Here are three reason why he will get in, and three reasons why he won't.