Ben Roethlisberger was hurt by what Sanders said

Ben RoethlisbergerPittsburgh Steelers’ Live betting fans can see that at last, Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger decided to respond after being verbally attacked by Emmanuel Sanders, former Pittsburg wide receiver who during the offseason joined the ranks of the Denver Broncos when he signed with the team as a free agent.

Sanders spoke about how ex-quarterback Ben Roethlisberger is in contrast to Peyton Manning, the new quarterback who many pay per head agents believe should be a hit with the team.

“I feel like Peyton is a far better leader, in terms of staying practice, catching balls, wanting guys to get on the same page with him, things of that sort,” Sanders said. “He’s not one of those guys you’ve got to chase down. He’s going to be right in the same spot, ready to work, every single day. I just feel like that’s a difference from a mental standpoint.”

Sanders’ comments might not be very easy to digest at first, but that’s nothing out of the ordinary, as Live betting fans know that when arriving in a new city, players have the tendency to praise their new teammates.

But Live betting fans and pay per head agents saw that this week, things heated up when Sanders appeared on NFL Network, standing by what he said.

“I have not one regret. If I said it, then I meant it,” said the player.

Sanders said that he did not intend to disrespect anybody, and that he meant no harm at all by what he said. However, pay per head agents could see that his former quarterback was not too happy at all about this, something that many Live betting fans can fully understand.

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“Whether he meant it or not, it hurt in a sense that I tried so hard to keep him here last year and was always supporting him. When he was down in practice, I always talked to him. When he had a baby, I was trying to help him,” Roethlisberger said.