Pittsburgh Steelers: Ben Roethlisberger Does Not Win His Third Super Bowl Title

Trevor Lowry@@TheTrevorLowryContributor IJanuary 26, 2011

SAN DIEGO - OCTOBER 08:  Quarterback Ben Roethlisberger #7 of the Pittsburgh Steelers walks off the field after his team's 23-13 loss to the San Diego Chargers during their NFL game on October 8, 2006 at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego, California.  (Photo by Donald Miralle/Getty Images)
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Going into Super Bowl XLV, one of the biggest stories is Ben Roethlisberger winning his third Super Bowl title.

Although this is a big story, it is not going to happen.

When you think of people who have won three Super Bowl titles, you think of names like Tom Brady and Joe Montana. Brady, of the New England Patriots, is one of the elite quarterbacks in the league right now.

Roethlisberger may be really good, but his name does not stand up to the likings of Brady and Peyton Manning.

The Green Bay Packers are going to be more than the Pittsburgh Steelers can handle. Clay Matthews is going to be all over Roethlisberger the whole game and, not to mention, the Packers have this guy named Aaron Rodgers

Aaron Rodgers will outshine Ben Roethlisberger, which will result in the Pittsburgh Steelers losing Super Bowl XLV and Roethlisberger not getting his third Super Bowl win. 

Roethlisberger may win three Super Bowls someday, but Super Bowl XLV is not going to be that day.

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