In the post game press conference Ben said the only thing he said was "lets go kick the extra point", take for what is worth. Also Tomlin basically placed the blame on the refs for not keeping the game under control.
Looks like Ben was talking to his offensive linemen he wasn't even looking at Seymour...
"If something happens, and it's the Cleveland Browns, I'm going to pour my heart out for the Dawg Pound and try to win a Super Bowl for Cleveland," he said. "I don't care if they've had 20 starting quarterbacks since 1999. I'm going to be the 21st and the guy that brought them the Super Bowl." - JFF
Steelers receiver Antwaan Randle El told the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette that Seymour's punishment would have been stiffer if he had hit Tom Brady or Peyton Manning.
It would have been a little more," Randle El told the Post-Gazette. "Or if one of our guys did it, there would have been more."
Fellow wideout Hines Ward went further. The Post-Gazette reported Thursday that Ward said on his local radio show Tuesday that Seymour would have been suspended if he had struck either Brady or Manning.
Ward would not comment on his radio show comments when asked by the Post-Gazette but told the paper that the NFL isn't "being consistent with all the fines and the calls."
Roethlisberger, asked if the ruling would have been different if his name were different, was frank in his response.
"We all know the answer to that one. Easy," Roethlisberger told the Post-Gazette