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Landing at No. 3 on this list, Ben Roethlisberger has solidified himself as one of the elite quarterbacks in the NFL.
While his regular season statistics will never compare to those of a Peyton Manning, Drew Brees, or Michael Vick, for Steelers fans the only numbers that matter are roman numerals—more specifically XL, XLIII, and XLV.
In his short career, Big Ben has led the Steelers to three Super Bowls, winning two of them (one under Tomlin). His unorthodox style of quarterbacking may not be pretty, but to Steelers fans it is a thing of beauty.
The 6-foot-5, 241-pound quarterback uses his size to extend plays, while his impromptu style of play-calling and scrambling allow Roethlisberger to make plays no other quarterback in the NFL can.
In the Mike Tomlin era, Big Ben has had 16 come-from-behind victories in either the fourth quarter or overtime.
Ben flat out gets it done when the game is on the line, leading the Steelers down the field to win Super Bowl XLIII with less than three minutes remaining. Though he has had off-the-field problems, Roethlisberger continues to win football games and make the playoffs.
At the end of the day, that is all that matters.