Yes, I think that Ben Roethlisberger is a good quarterback, because he is a good leader for his team. All together, Roethlisberger's statistics by themselves are not all that impression. But he does what the Chicago Bulls of the 1990s did. They have one good leader, and that leader knows how to make his team the best they can be.
Yes, I think that Ben Roethlisberger is a good quarterback. More importantly, the Pittsburgh Steelers seem to think that Ben Roethlisberger is a good quarterback. He may not have delivered much in the way of playoff wins for the team, but he is a solid performer. But he is getting old, and his time in the NFL is drawing to a close.
Without a doubt, Ben Roethlisberger of the Pittsburgh Steelers is a good quarterback. Most modern measurements of quarterback performance peg him as an above average game caller. He's good enough to pass and run the ball, switching between the two however the situation might make doing so necessary in a game.
He once was a good quarterback, even if he was not the best overall. Ultimately, he may not have been the best, but people try very hard to put him down due to his sexual assault conviction - something that is obvious horrible and deplorable, but technically doesn't reflect on his playing (not to say this is an apology for him at all).
Ben Roethlisberger is and has always been a good quarterback, he's never been an elite one even when some in the media have put him there. His size makes him confident in his ability to break tackles, which he does well, but it also causes him to hold the ball too long which leads to a lot of turnovers and missed opportunities downfield.