Ben Roethlisberger Takes Shot at Cowboys 'America's Team' Moniker
Despite failing to win a Super Bowl since 1995, the Dallas Cowboys have continued to carry the nickname "America's Team."
However, Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger provided a different take on this long-standing moniker for the Cowboys after he led his team to a 24-19 victory on the road over Dallas in Week 9.
You have to love how Roethlisberger's take doesn't even discredit the Cowboys as America's Team, but instead takes it to another level by claiming the Pittsburgh Steelers as the world's team after mentioning the number of Terrible Towels visible in the stands in Dallas this Sunday.
And to Roethlisberger's credit, considering the Steelers have been to the NFL Playoffs 14 times and won two Super Bowls since the Cowboys last won one, it's hard to argue with him.
That's especially true with the number of Steelers fans that showed up in Dallas during a global pandemic.
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