For the first time all season, the NFL is dealing with a COVID-19 outbreak and due to that fact, the league has decided to postpone this week's game between the Steelers and the Titans. The game, which was originally scheduled for Sunday, will now be played on Monday or Tuesday.
Although Ben Roethlisberger didn't have any say in whether the game would be postponed or not, it sounds like the Steelers quarterback would have preferred that the game didn't get moved at all.
During a press conference on Wednesday that was held before the league officially announced the postponement, Roethlisberger was asked if he thought it would be fair to play on Sunday if it meant the Titans would be at a competitive disadvantage.
Due to the outbreak, the Titans won't be allowed back into their practice facility until Saturday, which means they would have only gotten one day of practice to prepare for Sunday's game. From Big Ben's point of view, that's what should have happened because teams prepared for that scenario during the offseason.