Thursday NFL games have been under fire by players in recent weeks, and Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger joined the group opposing the early games. If the NFL Network is part of your cable package, you can also live stream the game through the NFL app on XBox, Apple TV, or Roku device on your TV. Coming off an unconvincing win over the Indianapolis Colts, the Steelers have little time to get ready for the improving Tennessee Titans. Even a week, you're still not fully recovered Sunday to Sunday.
On Sunday, Sherman ruptured his Achilles tendon playing on short rest in a Thursday Night Football game. During an interview on Monday with 93.7 The Fan, a CBS Sports Radio station in Pittsburgh, Roethlisberger ripped the idea of Thursday games and called on the National Football League to just get rid of them.
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During the Seahawks-Cardinals game, almost a dozen players went down with some sort of injury. The QB is less than thrilled about the idea of players having to turn around and play a game just four days after a grueling Sunday, which has led to an increase in injuries and teams that mostly look unprepared and sloppy compared to how they would perform on Sundays. It's so tough on guys, you're beat up, you're banged up.
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"Both teams are going through it, so I'm not just speaking on ours", Roethlisberger continued. You've got to let your body recover a little bit.
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While fans may have been unimpressed by the style in which Pittsburgh won last weekend, the Las Vegas oddsmakers still seem to like what they see in the Steelers. "I'm sure the Titans would say the same thing and everyone who's played on Thursday night would say the same thing". Even a week you're still not full recovered Sunday to Sunday. "I had two of my daughters send me the clip and say, 'Dad, why were you yelling at him?' I was like, I wasn't yelling at Ben, I was yelling at an unnamed coach that I won't talk about right now". So if they continue to insist on Thursday night, they're doing so knowing that they're risking both player safety and the quality of the game.