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Ben Roethlisberger
QB #7
Height:
6-5
Weight:
240
Age:
34
College:
Miami (Ohio)
Experience:
13

Quick Stats (2016):

TDS
25
INT
8
YDS
3,034
RTG
99.4
Career Stats
SeasonTeamGamesPassingRushingFumbles
GGSCompAttYdsAvgTDIntSckSckYRateAttYdsAvgTDFUMLost
TOTAL 3,742 5,832 46,029 7.9 297 155 455 3,007 94.3 402 1,213 3 16 87 42
2016 PIT 11 11 266 409 3,034 7.4 25 8 16 140 99.4 8 22 2.8 1 7 2
2015 PIT 12 11 319 469 3,938 8.4 21 16 20 141 94.5 15 29 1.9 0 2 0
2014 PIT 16 16 408 608 4,952 8.1 32 9 33 172 103.3 33 27 0.8 0 9 5
2013 PIT 16 16 375 584 4,261 7.3 28 14 42 282 92 27 99 3.7 1 9 6
2012 PIT 13 13 284 449 3,265 7.3 26 8 30 182 97 26 92 3.5 0 6 3
2011 PIT 15 15 324 513 4,077 7.9 21 14 40 269 90.1 31 70 2.3 0 8 5
2010 PIT 12 12 240 389 3,200 8.2 17 5 32 220 97 34 176 5.2 2 7 3
2009 PIT 15 15 337 506 4,328 8.6 26 12 50 348 100.5 40 82 2.1 2 7 3
2008 PIT 16 16 281 469 3,301 7 17 15 46 284 80.1 34 101 3 2 14 7
2007 PIT 15 15 264 404 3,154 7.8 32 11 47 347 104.1 35 204 5.8 2 9 3
2006 PIT 15 15 280 469 3,513 7.5 18 23 46 280 75.4 32 98 3.1 2 5 2
2005 PIT 12 12 168 268 2,385 8.9 17 9 23 129 98.6 31 69 2.2 3 2 1
2004 PIT 14 13 196 295 2,621 8.9 17 11 30 213 98.1 56 144 2.6 1 2 2
Recent Games
WKOppResultPassingRushingFumbles
CompAttPctYdsAvgTDIntSckSckYRateAttYdsAvgTDFUMLost
1 @WAS W 38-16 27 37 73 300 8.1 3 1 1 10 112.4 1 -2 -2 0 2 0
2 CIN W 24-16 19 37 51.4 259 7 3 2 1 9 78.5 1 14 14 0 -- --
3 @PHI L 3-34 24 44 54.5 257 5.8 0 1 4 35 62.4 1 7 7 0 2 1
4 KC W 43-14 22 27 81.5 300 11.1 5 0 2 13 152.5 1 -1 -1 0 -- --
5 NYJ W 31-13 34 47 72.3 380 8.1 4 0 1 5 124.4 -- -- -- -- 1 1
6 @MIA L 15-30 19 34 55.9 189 5.6 1 2 2 20 57.1 -- -- -- -- -- --
7 NE L 16-27 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
9 @BAL L 14-21 23 45 51.1 264 5.9 1 1 2 23 67.3 3 3 1 1 2 0
10 DAL L 30-35 37 46 80.4 408 8.9 3 0 1 8 125.4 1 1 1 0 -- --
11 @CLE W 24-9 23 36 63.9 167 4.6 0 0 0 0 74.7 -- -- -- -- -- --
12 @IND W 28-7 14 20 70 221 11 3 0 0 0 146 -- -- -- -- -- --
13 NYG W 24-14 24 36 66.7 289 8 2 1 2 17 98 -- -- -- -- -- --

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Biography

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CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

  • Has started the most games at QB in team history (169), and he has the most wins in team history (113) during the regular season.
  • In 12 seasons he has led the Steelers to eight postseason berths, five AFC North Championships, three AFC Championships and two Super Bowl victories in three championship game appearances, becoming the youngest quarterback to ever win a Super Bowl (23, Super Bowl XL), and the second-youngest quarterback to win his second Super Bowl (Tom Brady).
  • Holds career franchise regular-season records in numerous passing categories, including passing touchdowns (272), passing yards (42,995), passer rating (94.0), completions (3,476), pass attempts (5,423), completion percentage (64.1), yards per attempt (7.9), 300-yard passing games (45) and 3,000-yard passing seasons (10).
  • Owns many franchise records for career postseason passing, including passing yards (4,052), attempts (522), completions (321) and completion percentage (61.5), and he is tied with Terry Bradshaw for the most postseason 300-yard passing games (3).
  • Holds many of the single-season passing records for the Steelers including completions (408 in ‘14), attempts (608 in ‘14), touchdown passes (32 in ’07 and ‘14), passer rating (104.1 in ‘07), completion percentage (68.0 in ‘15), passing yards (4,952 in ‘14), 300-yard games (9 in ’14) and games with a passer rating of 100.0 or more (10 in ’14).
  • He owns the top nine completion percentages for a single season, has completed 8-of-the-10 most passes in a single season and has registered five of the six most passing yards in a single season in franchise history.
  • Holds the Steelers single-game records for most passing yards (522, 10/26/14 vs. Ind.), completions (40, twice, last vs. Denver, 12/20/15), attempts (58, 11/30/14 vs. New Orleans), completion percentage (85.7, 11/26/07 vs. Mia.) and touchdown passes (6), which he did in back-to-back games in 2014 (10/26 vs. Ind. and 11/2 vs. Bal.).
  • Is 18-1 all-time at home in October as a starter, the best winning percentage in NFL history at home in October (.947).
  • By completing 40 passes against Denver in 2015 (12/20), he became the first quarterback in NFL history to have two 40-completion games in a career.
  • In 2015, he became the 16th quarterback in NFL history, fifth active and first Steeler to record 40,000 passing yards.
  • He reached 40,000 passing yards in 163 games, the fifth-fewest games in NFL history to accomplish that feat.
  • In 2015, he reached the 3,000-yard passing mark for the 10th straight season, to become the sixth player in NFL history to reach 3,000 passing yards in 10 straight seasons.
  • With his 456-yard passing game at Seattle in 2015 (11/29), he became the sixth NFL quarterback since 1960 to record eight 400-yard passing games during the regular-season.
  • In 2015, he became the 11th quarterback to record 45 career 300-yard games during the regular season.
  • Has reached 15 touchdown passes in his first 12 seasons in the league, which are the second-most consecutive seasons to start a career with at least 15 passing touchdowns in NFL history (Peyton Manning, 13).
  • In 2015, he became the 14th player in NFL History to throw 270 touchdowns during the regular season, and he became the 11th player in NFL history to throw at least 150 passing touchdowns at home during the regular season.
  • Entering the 2016 season, he has thrown at least one touchdown pass in 38 straight home games that he has played in, the second-longest active streak and fourth-longest streak in NFL history.
  • With his 522-yard passing performance against Indianapolis in 2014 (10/26), he became the first quarterback in NFL history to have two 500-yard passing games in a career.
  • By throwing 12 total touchdowns in a two-game span in 2014 (Weeks 8-9), he set an NFL record for the most touchdown passes in a two-game span.
  • Threw at least one touchdown in 30 consecutive regular-season games that he played in, a team record, which started 9/9/12 at Denver and ended 9/11/14 at Baltimore.
  • In 2014, he became one of six quarterbacks in NFL history to earn wins against at least 31 other teams with a Week 15 victory at Atlanta.
  • Earned his second consecutive Pro Bowl selection and his fourth overall selection in 2015 (2007, 2011, 2014-15).
  • Named the Steelers’ 2013 Walter Payton Man of the Year, an award that recognizes a player’s off-the-field community service as well as his playing excellence.
  • Became just the fourth quarterback in NFL history (Tom Brady, Joe Montana and Terry Bradshaw) to win 100 games in the first 150 starts of his career.
  • Recorded his 90th win during the regular season in his 135th start, to become the fifth-fastest quarterback in the Super Bowl era to reach 90 regular-season wins as a starter.
  • Became just the fourth quarterback who began their career in the Super Bowl era to reach 80 wins in 113 or fewer starts.
  • Became the first QB in franchise history to throw for more than 300 yards in three consecutive games (Weeks 7-9 in 2011).
  • Reached 25,000 passing yards in 3,109 passes, which is the second-fastest in NFL history (Kurt Warner, 3,076).
  • Surpassed 300 completions in a franchise record five seasons (2009, 2011, 2013-15).
  • Is only the second quarterback in team history (Terry Bradshaw, 111) to reach 100 career wins in the regular season.
  • Named AFC Player of the Month (November, 2013).
  • Has been named AFC Offensive Player of the Week 13 times in his career (Weeks 2 and 10, 2015, Weeks 8-9, 2014, Week 11, 2013, Weeks 5 and 8, 2011, Week 17, 2010, Week 15, 2009, Week 5, 2008, Weeks 10 and 16, 2007 and Week 6, 2004)
  • Has been named the FedEx Air Player of the Week 12 times (Weeks 10, 13 and 15, 2015, Weeks 8-9 and 14-15, 2014, Week 8, 2011, Week 5, 2008, Weeks 9 and 16, 2007 and Week 5, 2006).
  • Earned Sunday ESPN NFL Primetime Game Ball honors for the Wild Card Game, Divisional Playoff and AFC Championship Game in 2005.
  • Recipient of the 2010 Pro Football Writers’ “The Chief Award,” which was established in honor of the Steelers’ founder, Arthur J. Rooney, Sr., and is presented annually to the Steeler that best exemplifies the spirit of cooperation with the media.
  • Named Offensive Rookie of the Year by the Associated Press, Sports Illustrated, The Sporting News, Pro Football Weekly, PFWA, Football Digest and Pepsi, won the Joe Greene Great Performance Award given annually to the Steelers’ top rookie, named to Pro Football Weekly’s and the PFWA’s All-Rookie Team, named Pepsi NFL Rookie of the Week (Weeks 3-6, 8, 9, 11, 13 and 16), NFL Rookie of the Month (October) all as a rookie in 2004.

PRO (182-180/17-17): Signed a new five-year contract with the Steelers on March 13, 2015…signed an eight-year contract with the Steelers during the 2008 offseason…originally drafted by the Steelers in the first round (11th overall) of the 2004 NFL Draft.

2016 (11-11): Inactive due to a left knee injury 10/23 vs. New England (returned to the starting lineup 11/6 at Baltimore)…became the first player in NFL history to throw at least 500 completions to three teammates (Heath Miller – 540, Hines Ward – 512 and Antonio Brown – 502)…became the third active NFL quarterback to reach 50 road wins (Tom Brady – 75 and Drew Brees – 57)…has the fourth-most 400-yard passing games in NFL history (9)…has the 10th-most passing touchdowns in NFL history (297)…became the 10th quarterback in NFL history to throw at least 275 touchdown passes with one team…became the 11th quarterback in league history to reach 45,000 passing yards, and the eighth quarterback to do so with one team…reached 45,000 passing yards in his 179th career game, the fifth fewest games in NFL history to hit that milestone…has the 11th-most completions in NFL history…has thrown at least one touchdown pass in 43 consecutive home games, the third-longest streak in NFL history and longest active streak…became the sixth quarterback in NFL history to register at least five touchdown passes in five games.

  • 9/12 at Washington: Set the Steelers’ Monday Night Football record with 27 pass completions…marked the first time in his career that he eclipsed 300 passing yards against Washington…marked his second career 300-yard game on Monday Night Football…marked the sixth time that he threw at least three touchdowns in a single Monday Night Football game…
  • 9/18 vs. Cincinnati: Extended his NFL records for most completions (504) and passing yards (5,854) against the Bengals in an NFL career…marked the first time he threw at least three touchdowns in the first two games of a season…joined Terry Bradshaw (1982) as the only quarterbacks in team history to throw at least three touchdowns in the first two games of a season…added a season-long 14-yard run…eclipsed 1,200 career rushing yards during the regular season.
  • 10/2 vs. Kansas City: Named AFC Offensive Player of the Week…at one point, he threw a touchdown on three straight pass attempts, the first quarterback to do so since Chris Redman on 12/30/07…threw four touchdowns in the first half for the third time in his career…became just the second Steeler to throw three touchdowns in the first quarter (Bubby Brister, 12/23/90 vs. Cleveland).
  • 10/9 vs. N.Y. Jets: Named FedEx Air Player of the Week…threw four touchdowns, marking the 12th time in his career that he threw four or more touchdowns in a single game…marked the second time in his career that he threw at least four touchdowns in back-to-back games (10/26 and 11/2 in 2014)…has thrown at least three touchdown passes in six straight regular-season home games…threw a 72-yard touchdown pass, the 15th touchdown pass of his career of at least 60 yards, extending his franchise record.
  • 10/16 at Miami: Set the team record for most passing touchdowns in the first six games of a season (16).
  • 11/6 at Baltimore: Threw a 23-yard touchdown pass to WR Antonio Brown…added a four-yard touchdown run, his 16th career rushing touchdown during the regular season.
  • 11/13 vs. Dallas: Completed 37-of-46 passes for 408 yards with three touchdowns…his attempts, completions and yards were season highs…recorded his 49th career 300-yard passing game during the regular season…marked his ninth career 400-yard game…marked his second career 300-yard game vs. Dallas.
  • 11/20 at Cleveland: Won his 20th career start against Cleveland…his 20-2 record against the Browns is the best record of any NFL quarterback against an opponent since the 1970 merger (minimum 15 starts)…became the fifth quarterback in NFL history with at least 20 regular season wins against one opponent…tied Tom Brady (22 vs. Buffalo) for the fewest starts to 20 wins versus one team since the 1970 merger.
  • 11/24 at Indianapolis: Completed 14-of-20 passes for 221 yards with three touchdowns and zero interceptions…marked the 41st time in his career that he threw at least three touchdowns in a game during the regular season…marked his third straight game with at least three touchdown passes against the Colts…registered a passer rating of at least 100.0 for the 74th time in his career as a starter (66-8 record in those games).
  • 12/4 vs. N.Y. Giants: Eclipsed 3,000 passing yards to mark his 11th straight season with at least 3,000 passing yards…threw a 22-yard touchdown to Brown…marked his 49th touchdown pass to Brown, which is tied for the most in team history by a QB-WR tandem (Bradshaw-Swann)…reached 25 passing touchdowns on the season, his sixth career season with at least 25 passing touchdowns…reached 200 passing yards in the first half for the second time this season and for the 18th time in his career…threw for 104 yards in the first quarter, the third time he reached 100 passing yards in the first quarter this season and for the 31st time in his NFL career.

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CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

  • Has started the most games at QB in team history (169), and he has the most wins in team history (113) during the regular season.
  • In 12 seasons he has led the Steelers to eight postseason berths, five AFC North Championships, three AFC Championships and two Super Bowl victories in three championship game appearances, becoming the youngest quarterback to ever win a Super Bowl (23, Super Bowl XL), and the second-youngest quarterback to win his second Super Bowl (Tom Brady).
  • Holds career franchise regular-season records in numerous passing categories, including passing touchdowns (272), passing yards (42,995), passer rating (94.0), completions (3,476), pass attempts (5,423), completion percentage (64.1), yards per attempt (7.9), 300-yard passing games (45) and 3,000-yard passing seasons (10).
  • Owns many franchise records for career postseason passing, including passing yards (4,052), attempts (522), completions (321) and completion percentage (61.5), and he is tied with Terry Bradshaw for the most postseason 300-yard passing games (3).
  • Holds many of the single-season passing records for the Steelers including completions (408 in ‘14), attempts (608 in ‘14), touchdown passes (32 in ’07 and ‘14), passer rating (104.1 in ‘07), completion percentage (68.0 in ‘15), passing yards (4,952 in ‘14), 300-yard games (9 in ’14) and games with a passer rating of 100.0 or more (10 in ’14).
  • He owns the top nine completion percentages for a single season, has completed 8-of-the-10 most passes in a single season and has registered five of the six most passing yards in a single season in franchise history.
  • Holds the Steelers single-game records for most passing yards (522, 10/26/14 vs. Ind.), completions (40, twice, last vs. Denver, 12/20/15), attempts (58, 11/30/14 vs. New Orleans), completion percentage (85.7, 11/26/07 vs. Mia.) and touchdown passes (6), which he did in back-to-back games in 2014 (10/26 vs. Ind. and 11/2 vs. Bal.).
  • Is 18-1 all-time at home in October as a starter, the best winning percentage in NFL history at home in October (.947).
  • By completing 40 passes against Denver in 2015 (12/20), he became the first quarterback in NFL history to have two 40-completion games in a career.
  • In 2015, he became the 16th quarterback in NFL history, fifth active and first Steeler to record 40,000 passing yards.
  • He reached 40,000 passing yards in 163 games, the fifth-fewest games in NFL history to accomplish that feat.
  • In 2015, he reached the 3,000-yard passing mark for the 10th straight season, to become the sixth player in NFL history to reach 3,000 passing yards in 10 straight seasons.
  • With his 456-yard passing game at Seattle in 2015 (11/29), he became the sixth NFL quarterback since 1960 to record eight 400-yard passing games during the regular-season.
  • In 2015, he became the 11th quarterback to record 45 career 300-yard games during the regular season.
  • Has reached 15 touchdown passes in his first 12 seasons in the league, which are the second-most consecutive seasons to start a career with at least 15 passing touchdowns in NFL history (Peyton Manning, 13).
  • In 2015, he became the 14th player in NFL History to throw 270 touchdowns during the regular season, and he became the 11th player in NFL history to throw at least 150 passing touchdowns at home during the regular season.
  • Entering the 2016 season, he has thrown at least one touchdown pass in 38 straight home games that he has played in, the second-longest active streak and fourth-longest streak in NFL history.
  • With his 522-yard passing performance against Indianapolis in 2014 (10/26), he became the first quarterback in NFL history to have two 500-yard passing games in a career.
  • By throwing 12 total touchdowns in a two-game span in 2014 (Weeks 8-9), he set an NFL record for the most touchdown passes in a two-game span.
  • Threw at least one touchdown in 30 consecutive regular-season games that he played in, a team record, which started 9/9/12 at Denver and ended 9/11/14 at Baltimore.
  • In 2014, he became one of six quarterbacks in NFL history to earn wins against at least 31 other teams with a Week 15 victory at Atlanta.
  • Earned his second consecutive Pro Bowl selection and his fourth overall selection in 2015 (2007, 2011, 2014-15).
  • Named the Steelers’ 2013 Walter Payton Man of the Year, an award that recognizes a player’s off-the-field community service as well as his playing excellence.
  • Became just the fourth quarterback in NFL history (Tom Brady, Joe Montana and Terry Bradshaw) to win 100 games in the first 150 starts of his career.
  • Recorded his 90th win during the regular season in his 135th start, to become the fifth-fastest quarterback in the Super Bowl era to reach 90 regular-season wins as a starter.
  • Became just the fourth quarterback who began their career in the Super Bowl era to reach 80 wins in 113 or fewer starts.
  • Became the first QB in franchise history to throw for more than 300 yards in three consecutive games (Weeks 7-9 in 2011).
  • Reached 25,000 passing yards in 3,109 passes, which is the second-fastest in NFL history (Kurt Warner, 3,076).
  • Surpassed 300 completions in a franchise record five seasons (2009, 2011, 2013-15).
  • Is only the second quarterback in team history (Terry Bradshaw, 111) to reach 100 career wins in the regular season.
  • Named AFC Player of the Month (November, 2013).
  • Has been named AFC Offensive Player of the Week 13 times in his career (Weeks 2 and 10, 2015, Weeks 8-9, 2014, Week 11, 2013, Weeks 5 and 8, 2011, Week 17, 2010, Week 15, 2009, Week 5, 2008, Weeks 10 and 16, 2007 and Week 6, 2004)
  • Has been named the FedEx Air Player of the Week 12 times (Weeks 10, 13 and 15, 2015, Weeks 8-9 and 14-15, 2014, Week 8, 2011, Week 5, 2008, Weeks 9 and 16, 2007 and Week 5, 2006).
  • Earned Sunday ESPN NFL Primetime Game Ball honors for the Wild Card Game, Divisional Playoff and AFC Championship Game in 2005.
  • Recipient of the 2010 Pro Football Writers’ “The Chief Award,” which was established in honor of the Steelers’ founder, Arthur J. Rooney, Sr., and is presented annually to the Steeler that best exemplifies the spirit of cooperation with the media.
  • Named Offensive Rookie of the Year by the Associated Press, Sports Illustrated, The Sporting News, Pro Football Weekly, PFWA, Football Digest and Pepsi, won the Joe Greene Great Performance Award given annually to the Steelers’ top rookie, named to Pro Football Weekly’s and the PFWA’s All-Rookie Team, named Pepsi NFL Rookie of the Week (Weeks 3-6, 8, 9, 11, 13 and 16), NFL Rookie of the Month (October) all as a rookie in 2004.

PRO (182-180/17-17): Signed a new five-year contract with the Steelers on March 13, 2015…signed an eight-year contract with the Steelers during the 2008 offseason…originally drafted by the Steelers in the first round (11th overall) of the 2004 NFL Draft.

2016 (11-11): Inactive due to a left knee injury 10/23 vs. New England (returned to the starting lineup 11/6 at Baltimore)…became the first player in NFL history to throw at least 500 completions to three teammates (Heath Miller – 540, Hines Ward – 512 and Antonio Brown – 502)…became the third active NFL quarterback to reach 50 road wins (Tom Brady – 75 and Drew Brees – 57)…has the fourth-most 400-yard passing games in NFL history (9)…has the 10th-most passing touchdowns in NFL history (297)…became the 10th quarterback in NFL history to throw at least 275 touchdown passes with one team…became the 11th quarterback in league history to reach 45,000 passing yards, and the eighth quarterback to do so with one team…reached 45,000 passing yards in his 179th career game, the fifth fewest games in NFL history to hit that milestone…has the 11th-most completions in NFL history…has thrown at least one touchdown pass in 43 consecutive home games, the third-longest streak in NFL history and longest active streak…became the sixth quarterback in NFL history to register at least five touchdown passes in five games.

  • 9/12 at Washington: Set the Steelers’ Monday Night Football record with 27 pass completions…marked the first time in his career that he eclipsed 300 passing yards against Washington…marked his second career 300-yard game on Monday Night Football…marked the sixth time that he threw at least three touchdowns in a single Monday Night Football game…
  • 9/18 vs. Cincinnati: Extended his NFL records for most completions (504) and passing yards (5,854) against the Bengals in an NFL career…marked the first time he threw at least three touchdowns in the first two games of a season…joined Terry Bradshaw (1982) as the only quarterbacks in team history to throw at least three touchdowns in the first two games of a season…added a season-long 14-yard run…eclipsed 1,200 career rushing yards during the regular season.
  • 10/2 vs. Kansas City: Named AFC Offensive Player of the Week…at one point, he threw a touchdown on three straight pass attempts, the first quarterback to do so since Chris Redman on 12/30/07…threw four touchdowns in the first half for the third time in his career…became just the second Steeler to throw three touchdowns in the first quarter (Bubby Brister, 12/23/90 vs. Cleveland).
  • 10/9 vs. N.Y. Jets: Named FedEx Air Player of the Week…threw four touchdowns, marking the 12th time in his career that he threw four or more touchdowns in a single game…marked the second time in his career that he threw at least four touchdowns in back-to-back games (10/26 and 11/2 in 2014)…has thrown at least three touchdown passes in six straight regular-season home games…threw a 72-yard touchdown pass, the 15th touchdown pass of his career of at least 60 yards, extending his franchise record.
  • 10/16 at Miami: Set the team record for most passing touchdowns in the first six games of a season (16).
  • 11/6 at Baltimore: Threw a 23-yard touchdown pass to WR Antonio Brown…added a four-yard touchdown run, his 16th career rushing touchdown during the regular season.
  • 11/13 vs. Dallas: Completed 37-of-46 passes for 408 yards with three touchdowns…his attempts, completions and yards were season highs…recorded his 49th career 300-yard passing game during the regular season…marked his ninth career 400-yard game…marked his second career 300-yard game vs. Dallas.
  • 11/20 at Cleveland: Won his 20th career start against Cleveland…his 20-2 record against the Browns is the best record of any NFL quarterback against an opponent since the 1970 merger (minimum 15 starts)…became the fifth quarterback in NFL history with at least 20 regular season wins against one opponent…tied Tom Brady (22 vs. Buffalo) for the fewest starts to 20 wins versus one team since the 1970 merger.
  • 11/24 at Indianapolis: Completed 14-of-20 passes for 221 yards with three touchdowns and zero interceptions…marked the 41st time in his career that he threw at least three touchdowns in a game during the regular season…marked his third straight game with at least three touchdown passes against the Colts…registered a passer rating of at least 100.0 for the 74th time in his career as a starter (66-8 record in those games).
  • 12/4 vs. N.Y. Giants: Eclipsed 3,000 passing yards to mark his 11th straight season with at least 3,000 passing yards…threw a 22-yard touchdown to Brown…marked his 49th touchdown pass to Brown, which is tied for the most in team history by a QB-WR tandem (Bradshaw-Swann)…reached 25 passing touchdowns on the season, his sixth career season with at least 25 passing touchdowns…reached 200 passing yards in the first half for the second time this season and for the 18th time in his career…threw for 104 yards in the first quarter, the third time he reached 100 passing yards in the first quarter this season and for the 31st time in his NFL career.

    2015 (12-11/2-2): Named an offensive team captain for the seventh time…saw action in 12 games with 11 starts during the regular season…inactive due to a left knee injury 10/1 vs. Baltimore, 10/12 at San Diego, 10/18 vs. Arizona and 10/25 at Kansas City…totaled 3,938 passing yards during the regular season…reached 3,500 passing yards for the third straight season, extending his team record…threw for 21 touchdowns…has thrown at least 20 touchdowns in five straight seasons, a team record…started both postseason contests, finishing with a 93.3 passer rating, the second-highest in a single postseason in his career.

    • 9/10 at New England: Totaled 351 passing yards, marking his second straight season opener with at least 300 passing yards and the third season opener of his career with at least 300 passing yards…marked his fourth straight 300-yard game against New England.
    • 9/20 vs. San Francisco: Named AFC Offensive Player of the Week…threw for 369 yards with three touchdowns for a passer rating of 155.8…has thrown for at least 300 yards in the first two games of a season for the first time in his career…has thrown for at least 300 yards against four straight NFC opponents.
    • 9/27 at St. Louis: Left the game in the third quarter due to a left knee injury and did not return.
    • 11/1 vs. Cincinnati: Returned to the starting lineup after missing four games due to a left knee injury…moved into sole possession of 15th place on the NFL’s all-time passing touchdowns list…joined Warren Moon as the second quarterback in NFL history to throw at least 30 touchdowns against the Bengals.
    • 11/8 vs. Oakland: Threw for 334 yards before leaving the game in the fourth quarter due to a left foot injury…passed Joe Montana for the 14th-most passing yards in NFL history…reached 200 passing yards in the first half for the 24th time in his career…threw for 153 yards in the first quarter, the third-most in an opening quarter in a single game in his career.
    • 11/15 vs. Cleveland: Named AFC Offensive Player of the Week…and FedEx Air Player of the Week…did not start the game but entered the game early in the first quarter due to an injury to QB Landry Jones…completed 22-of-33 passes for 379 yards with three touchdowns and one interception…the 379 yards are the most in NFL history for a quarterback that did not start the game…surpassed Kerry Collins for the 13th most passing yards in NFL history.
    • 11/29 at Seattle: Totaled 456 passing yards, his eighth career 400-yard game during the regular season…his 456 yards are a career-high in a regular-season road game and are the third-most in a single-game in his career…his 55 pass attempts are the second-most in a single-game in his career…attempted 19 passes in the first quarter, the second-most attempts in the opening quarter of a game in his career…passed Dave Krieg for sole possession of 14th place for the most passing touchdowns in NFL history…left the game in the fourth quarter to go through the NFL’s Concussion Protocol.
    • 12/6 vs. Indianapolis: Named FedEx Air Player of the Week…marked his fourth straight game with at least 300 passing yards, matching a career-long streak and setting a team record…has thrown for at least 350 yards in three straight games, matching a career-long streak…threw at least four touchdowns for the 10th time in his career, extending his franchise record…now has seven regular-season games with at least four touchdown passes and zero interceptions tying Jeff Garcia for the eighth-most such games in the NFL since 1960…threw for at least 200 yards in the first half for the fourth straight game, becoming the first quarterback to accomplish that feat since Dan Fouts in 1981…threw a 68-yard touchdown to WR Martavis Bryant, his 14th career touchdown pass of at least 60 yards, extending his franchise record…has completed a pass of 50 yards or more in four straight games, the first Steeler to accomplish that feat since Bobby Layne in 1958.
    • 12/13 at Cincinnati: Has the most completions (485) and passing yards (5,595) vs. Cincinnati in NFL history during the regular season.
    • 12/20 vs. Denver: Named FedEx Air Player of the Week…totaled 40 completions on 55 attempts…the 40 completions tied a single-game team record and the 55 attempts are tied for the second-most in a single-game in his career…the 40 completions marked the most in a single game against Denver since 1960…has thrown for at least 300 yards in four straight home games, a team record…has thrown for at least 300 yards and two touchdowns in four straight home games, a team record, and the longest active streak in the NFL…recorded his 34th career fourth-quarter/overtime game-winning drive, as he led the team on a three-play 37-yard drive that he capped off with a 23-yard touchdown pass to WR Antonio Brown.
    • 12/27 at Baltimore: Has the most completions (315) and passing yards (3,845) against the Ravens in NFL history during the regular season.
    • 1/3 at Cleveland: Threw for 349 yards with three touchdowns for a passer rating of 102.7…marked his 45th career 300-yard game during the regular season and first 300-yard game in Cleveland…became the first quarterback in NFL history to throw for 5,000 yards in their career versus Cleveland…marked his 35th career game during the regular season with at least three touchdown passes…surpassed Bradshaw for the most touchdown passes versus Cleveland in NFL history (35)…registered a passer rating of at least 100.0 for the 70th time in his career (62-7 record as a starter).
    • AFC Wild Card Game 1/9 at Cincinnati: Engineered his fourth career postseason fourth quarter/overtime comeback, leading the team on a nine-play, 74-yard drive to set up K Chris Boswell’s game-winning field goal…threw a 10-yard touchdown to Bryant…joined Bradshaw as the team’s only two players with at least 3,500 passing yards…left the game in the third quarter due to a right shoulder injury but returned late in the fourth quarter.
    • AFC Divisional Playoff 1/17 at Denver: Set a single postseason best with 339 passing yards, the third-most in a single postseason game in team history…marked his third career 300-yard game in the postseason, tying Bradshaw for the most in team history…became the first quarterback in team history to record 300 postseason completions…surpassed Bradshaw for the most passing yards in team postseason history.

    2014 (16-16/1-1): Named offensive team captain for the sixth year…started all 16 games during the regular season for the third time in his career, and he started in the AFC Wild Card Game vs. Baltimore…became the first quarterback in team history to throw for at least 30 touchdowns in two seasons (2007 and 2014)…became the first quarterback in team history to throw for at least 4,000 yards in back-to-back seasons…his 4,952 passing yards tied for the league lead (Drew Brees), and he joined Jim Finks (2,270 yards in 1955) as the only QBs in team history to lead or tie for the NFL lead in passing yards.

    • 9/7 vs. Cleveland: Led the team on a game-winning drive (five plays, 33 yards) to set up K Shaun Suisham’s game-winning 41-yard field goal…became the third quarterback to complete 300 passes against Cleveland in regular-season games (only Warren Moon, 319, and Ken Anderson, 341) have completed 300 or more passes against the division opponent)…threw for 278 yards in the first half…extended his franchise-best streak of consecutive regular-season games in which he has played in with at least one touchdown pass to 30.
    • 9/28 vs. Tampa Bay: Totaled 314 passing yards with three touchdowns…recorded 1,000 passing yards in the first four games of a season for the fifth time in his career and for the fourth straight season.
    • 10/12 at Cleveland: Became the all-time leader in passing yards (4,595) and completions (343) against the Browns in NFL history during the regular season.
    • 10/20 vs. Houston: Played in his 150th career game.
    • 10/26 vs. Indianapolis: Named AFC Offensive Player of the Week and FedEx Air Player of the Week…recorded his 100th career win as a starter…his 522 passing yards at the time tied for the fourth-most in NFL history in a single game…marked his sixth career 400-yard game during the regular season…threw six touchdowns, including four touchdowns in the first half…marked his third career game with at least five passing touchdowns during the regular season…totaled 300 passing yards in the first half (320) for the first time in his career…matched his career high with 23 first half completions.
    • 11/2 vs. Baltimore: Named AFC Offensive Player of the Week and FedEx Air Player of the Week…tied his own team record with six touchdown passes…marked his fourth career game with at least five passing touchdowns during the regular season…totaled 340 passing yards…threw three touchdowns in the first half for the second straight week…threw at least four touchdowns for the first time in back-to-back games…marked the fourth time he threw for at least five touchdowns in a game.
    • 11/9 at N.Y. Jets: Totaled 343 passing yards…became the first Steeler in franchise history to reach 3,000 passing yards in the first 10 games of a season…threw an 80-yard touchdown to WR Martavis Bryant.
    • 11/17 at Tennessee: Improved his record to 11-4 on Monday Night Football…surpassed Bradshaw for the most completions by a Steeler on Monday Night Football (255).
    • 11/30 vs. New Orleans: Threw for 435 yards, his seventh career 400-yard game during the regular season…became the first quarterback in team history to throw for at least 3,500 yards in back-to-back seasons…recorded 25 passing touchdowns on the season, the fifth time in his career that he has thrown for 25 touchdowns…became the first Steelers’ quarterback to throw for 25 or more touchdowns in three straight seasons.
    • 12/7 at Cincinnati: Named FedEx Air Player of the Week…completed a 94-yard touchdown pass to Bryant, the second-longest pass play in team history…with 25 career touchdown throws against Cincinnati, has now recorded the most touchdown passes by a Steelers quarterback against the Bengals.
    • 12/14 at Atlanta: Named FedEx Air Player of the Week…with the win, he has beaten all 31 other NFL teams.
    • AFC Wild Card Game vs. Baltimore: Completed 31-of-45 passes for 334 yards…marked his second career 300-yard game in the postseason…surpassed Bradshaw for the most completions by a Steeler in the postseason (279)…set a team postseason record with 18 first-half completions…set a career-best playoff single-game mark with 31 completions…left the game for a few plays in the fourth quarter due to a neck injury but returned. 

    2013 (16-16): Named offensive team captain for the fifth year…started all 16 games for the second time in his career (2008)…tied Terry Bradshaw 11/28 at Baltimore and passed Bradshaw 12/8 vs. Miami for the most passing touchdowns during the regular season in franchise history…surpassed 30,000 career passing yards…passed Bradshaw (3,901) for the most pass attempts in franchise history…reached 200 touchdown passes to join Bradshaw, John Elway, Joe Montana, Tom Brady and Eli Manning as the only QBs in NFL history to have at least 200 touchdown passes and win at least two Super Bowls.

    • 9/22 vs. Chicago: Threw for 406 yards, his fourth career regular-season game with at least 400 yards.
    • 9/29 vs. Minnesota (London): Finished with 383 passing yards…threw for more than 375 yards in back-to-back games for the first time in his career.
    • 10/20 vs. Baltimore: Led the Steelers on a seven-play, 39-yard drive to set up K Shaun Suisham’s game-winning 42-yard field goal.
    • 11/3 at New England: Threw for 400 yards with four touchdowns…recorded his fifth 400-yard game in the regular season.
    • 11/17 vs. Detroit: Named AFC Offensive Player of the Week…recorded four touchdown passes, including touchdown passes on both of the Steelers drives in the first quarter…recorded a perfect passer rating of 158.3 in the first quarter…threw for 222 yards in the first half.
    • 11/28 at Baltimore: Tied Bradshaw (212) for the most passing touchdowns in franchise history in the regular season…became the first quarterback in team history to record at least 20 touchdown passes during the regular season five times (2007, 2009-13).
    • 12/8 vs. Miami: Finished with 349 yards with three touchdowns.
    • 12/15 vs. Cincinnati: Opened the game by completing 12 straight passes, which ties for the third-longest streak of his career and the fifth-longest in franchise history during the regular season…attempted 18 passes before throwing an interception, which gave him 207 pass attempts without an interception, the longest streak of his career (including postseason)…won his 14th career game against the Bengals during the regular season, passing Bradshaw (13-9) and Warren Moon (13-7) for the most wins by a quarterback against Cincinnati during the regular season, dating back to 1968.
    • 12/22 at Green Bay: Recorded a 13-yard touchdown run…now has 15 rushing touchdowns during the regular season, which are the third-most by a Steelers’ quarterback in team history…reached 4,000 passing yards in the regular season for the third time in his career.
    2012 (13-13): Named offensive team captain for the fourth year…started 13 games, missing three contests (Weeks 11-13) due to a shoulder injury…became the Steelers’ all-time leader in passing yards during the regular season…marked the fifth straight season he recorded at least 3,200 passing yards…threw at least 20 touchdowns in back-to-back seasons for the first time in his career…recorded at least one touchdown pass in all 13 games he played, marking the first time in his career that he threw at least one touchdown in each game he played in the regular season.
    • 9/16 vs. N.Y. Jets: Eclipsed 27,000 career passing yards to join Bradshaw (27,989) as the only Steelers to reach 27,000 passing yards.
    • 9/23 at Oakland: Threw for a season-high 384 yards with four touchdowns.
    • 10/7 vs. Philadelphia: Led his team on a fourth quarter game-winning drive for the first time since 9/25/11 at Indianapolis…was 4-of-5 for 50 yards on the game-winning drive that helped set up K Shaun Suisham’s game-winning 34-yard field goal.
    • 10/11 at Tennessee: With 363 passing yards, passed Terry Bradshaw (27,989) for the most passing yards in franchise history during the regular season (28,066)…connected on an 82-yard touchdown with WR Mike Wallace.
    • 10/21 at Cincinnati: Went 5-of-5 for 54 yards on a game winning drive in the fourth quarter that was capped off by RB Chris Rainey’s 11-yard touchdown run.
    • 10/28 vs. Washington: Registered a passer rating of 121.0, throwing for three touchdowns…threw for at least 150 yards in the first half for the fourth time in the last five games.
    • 11/4 at N.Y. Giants: Led his team on a game-winning fourth-quarter drive that was capped off by a one-yard touchdown run by RB Isaac Redman…connected with Wallace on a 51-yard touchdown pass early in the fourth quarter.
    • 11/12 vs. Kansas City: Left the game early in the third quarter due to a shoulder injury…with 14 rushing yards (1,002), became the third Steelers’ quarterback to reach 1,000 career rushing yards (Kordell Stewart, 2,561 and Terry Bradshaw, 2,257).
    • 12/9 vs. San Diego: Returned to the starting lineup after missing three games due to a shoulder injury…threw three touchdowns…reached 20 touchdown passes on the season, marking the first time he did it in back-to-back seasons…connected with Wallace on a 40-yard touchdown late in the third quarter…marked the 14th time he and Wallace connected for a touchdown of at least 40 yards, a franchise record.
    • 12/30 vs. Cleveland: Registered three touchdowns for the fourth time on the season.

    2011 (15-15/1-1): Named offensive team captain for the third year…started 15 regular-season games and the lone postseason contest at QB…reached 25,000 career passing yards…became the first QB in franchise history to throw for more than 300 yards in three consecutive games (Weeks 7-9)…passed Terry Bradshaw (2,025) for the most completions in franchise history.

    • 9/18 vs. Seattle: Started his 100th career game.
    • 9/25 at Indianapolis: Led the team on a 10-play, 60-yard drive to set up K Shaun Suisham’s game-winning 38-yard field goal…set a career-high with 171 yards passing in the first quarter, the most passing yards by any Steelers’ QB dating back to 1991.
    • 10/9 vs. Tennessee: Named AFC Offensive Player of the Week…threw five touchdown passes…marked the second time in his career that he threw five touchdowns in a game during the regular season.
    • 10/23 at Arizona: Completed a 95-yard touchdown pass to Wallace, the longest pass play and the second-longest offensive play from scrimmage in team history…registered at least 200 yards passing in each of the first seven games of the season for the first time in his career…reached 3,000 pass attempts for his career.
    • 10/30 vs. New England: Named AFC Offensive Player of the Week and FedEx Air & Ground Player of the Week…finished 36-of-50 for 365 yards with two touchdowns and one interception…totaled 30+ completions for the sixth time in his career…was 9-of-12 on third downs for 104 yards and two touchdowns…set career highs with 23 completions and 32 attempts in the first half.
    • 11/6 vs. Baltimore: Threw for 330 yards to become the first QB in franchise history to throw for at least 300 yards in three consecutive games…reached 25,000 passing yards.
    • 11/13 at Cincinnati: Has now thrown for at least 200 yards in the air in a career-best 18 straight regular-season games.
    • 12/4 vs. Cincinnati: Passed Bradshaw (2,025) for the most completions in franchise history.
    • AFC Wild Card Game 1/8 at Denver: Became the second player in franchise history and 13th in NFL history to throw for at least 3,000 yards in the postseason (3,150).

    2010 (12-12/3-3): Started the final 12 games of the regular season after serving a four-game suspension for violating the NFL’s personal conduct policy…finished third in the NFL during the regular season with an 8.23 yards-per-attempt average...recorded the longest run of his career (31 yards), and he added two rushing touchdowns…started all three postseason contests, helping lead the team to Super Bowl XLV.

    • 10/17 vs. Cleveland: Made his first start of the season after serving his four-game suspension…finished with 257 passing yards with three touchdowns.
    • 10/24 at Miami: Led the team on a game-winning fourth-quarter drive that was capped off by K Jeff Reed’s 18-yard game-winning field goal.
    • 10/31 at New Orleans: Surpassed 20,000 career passing yards.
    • 11/21 vs. Oakland: Scored on a 16-yard touchdown run in the second quarter…added a career-long 31-yard run in the fourth quarter…finished with a single-game career-high 55 yards rushing.
    • 11/28 at Buffalo: Led the team on a game-winning overtime drive that was capped off by K Shaun Suisham’s game-winning 41-yard field goal in overtime.
    • 12/5 at Baltimore: Tossed a nine-yard touchdown pass to RB Isaac Redman with less than three minutes remaining in the game to cap off a fourth-quarter game-winning drive.
    • 12/23 vs. Carolina: Tossed a 43-yard touchdown to WR Mike Wallace in the second quarter, marking the seventh time in team history that the tandem combined for a touchdown of at least 40 yards, tying the team record held by QB Bubby Brister and WR Louis Lipps…finished the first half with 259 passing yards…scored a one-yard rushing touchdown with five minutes remaining in the first half.
    • 1/2 at Cleveland: Named AFC Offensive Player of the Week…finished 15-of-22 for 280 yards with two touchdowns and zero interceptions for a season-high 141.3 passer rating…has thrown 158 consecutive passes without an interception, the longest streak for the Steelers since QB Kordell Stewart had a streak of 159 consecutive passes without an interception in 2001…tossed a 56-yard touchdown pass to Wallace on the Steelers’ first offensive play of the game, marking the eighth time the duo posted a touchdown of at least 40 yards, a team record.
    • AFC Divisional Playoff 1/15 vs. Baltimore: Finished 19-of-32 for 226 yards with two touchdowns and zero interceptions for a passer rating of 101.8.
    • AFC Championship Game 1/23 vs. N.Y. Jets: Became the eighth quarterback in NFL history to start four Conference Championship games in his first seven seasons…tallied a two-yard rushing touchdown in the second quarter, his third career postseason rushing touchdown.
    • Super Bowl XLV 2/6 vs. Green Bay: Threw for 263 yards with two touchdowns, his seventh career postseason game with multiple passing touchdowns.

    2009 (15-15): Named offensive team captain for the second year…started 15 games, missing one due to a head injury (Week 12)…became the first quarterback in team history to eclipse the 4,000-yard passing mark in a single season…set then single-season personal and club records for passing yards (4,328), attempts (506), completions (337) and completion percentage (66.6)…recorded his first career 500-yard game 12/20 vs. Green Bay.

    • 9/10 vs. Tennessee: Led his team on a fourth-quarter game-winning drive that was capped off by K Jeff Reed’s 33-yard field goal…became just the second QB in team history to reach 15,000 passing yards…passed Kordell Stewart for the second-most completions in team history.
    • 9/27 at Cincinnati: Recorded a one-yard touchdown run.
    • 10/18 vs. Cleveland: Threw for 417 yards with two touchdowns…marked his third career 400-yard game during the regular season.
    • 10/25 vs. Minnesota: Threw one touchdown, a 40-yarder to WR Mike Wallace.
    • 11/9 at Denver: Recorded his 32nd career game with a 100-plus passer rating during the regular season, breaking the record previously held by QB Terry Bradshaw.
    • 12/6 vs. Oakland: Surpassed 3,000 passing yards for the fourth straight season.
    • 12/20 vs. Green Bay: Threw for 503 yards with three touchdowns…joined Pro Football Hall of Famers Y.A. Tittle and Warren Moon as the only quarterbacks in the NFL to throw for at least 500 yards with three touchdowns without an interception…at the time, he became the 10th player in NFL history with 500 passing yards in a single-game…marked his second career game during the regular season with at least 400 passing yards…posted a fourth quarter game-winning drive that he capped off with a 19-yard touchdown pass to Wallace as time expired.
    • 12/27 vs. Baltimore: Became the first quarterback in team history to eclipse the 4,000-yard passing mark in a single season…posted a fourth quarter game-winning drive that was capped off by K Jeff Reed’s 38-yard field goal.

    2008 (16-16/3-3): Named offensive team captain for the first time in his career…started all 16 regular-season games for the first time in his career…became the first quarterback in franchise history to top 3,000 passing yards in three consecutive seasons…with a win in the regular-season finale against Cleveland, he recorded his 51st win as a starter, which were the most wins in NFL history by a quarterback in his first five seasons at the time…he became the first quarterback in NFL history to win 50 games in his first five seasons…surpassed 1,000 career completions, and he moved into second place on the team’s all-time passing yardage list…started all three postseason games…at the time, he joined Tom Brady as the only active quarterbacks with multiple Super Bowl wins with a victory in Super Bowl XLIII…his eight playoff wins during his first five seasons trailed only Brady (9) at the time.

    • 9/7 vs. Houston: Completed 13-of-14 passes (92.7%) for 137 yards with two touchdowns.
    • 9/21 at Philadelphia: Became the fourth quarterback in team history (Terry Bradshaw, Kordell Stewart and Neil O’Donnell) to surpass 12,000 career passing yards.
    • 10/5 at Jacksonville: Named AFC Offensive Player of the Week…posted a fourth quarter game-winning drive, as he hit WR Hines Ward for a game-winning eight-yard touchdown pass with under two minutes remaining in the game.
    • 10/19 at Cincinnati: Surpassed 1,000 career completions when he hit TE Heath Miller for a seven-yard gain in the third quarter…threw a 50-yard touchdown pass to WR Nate Washington in the fourth quarter.
    • 10/26 vs. N.Y. Giants: Recorded a season-long 65-yard touchdown pass to Washington in the third quarter…surpassed O’Donnell for third place on the team’s all-time passing yards list.
    • 11/3 at Washington: Recorded a one-yard touchdown run…left the game at halftime with a shoulder injury.
    • 11/9 vs. Indianapolis: Moved into second place on the team’s all-time passing yardage list, passing Stewart.
    • 11/16 vs. San Diego: Engineered a fourth-quarter come-from-behind victory with a game-winning drive that was capped off by K Jeff Reed’s 32-yard field goal…was a perfect 6-for-6 for 62 yards on the game-winning drive.
    • 11/20 vs. Cincinnati: Had an eight-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter to cap the scoring…marked the 10th rushing touchdown of his career during the regular season.
    • 11/30 at New England: Surpassed 14,000 career passing yards.
    • 12/7 vs. Dallas: Led a fourth-quarter drive where he tied the game with a six-yard touchdown pass to Miller with just over two minutes remaining in the game.
    • 12/14 at Baltimore: Registered a fourth-quarter come-from-behind victory with a 12-play drive that ended with a four-yard touchdown pass to WR Santonio Holmes with 43 seconds left in the game…was 7-for-11 for 89 yards with one touchdown on the game-winning drive. 
    • 12/21 at Tennessee: Finished with a season-high 329 yards passing with two touchdowns…marked the seventh 300-yard passing game of his career, breaking the team record of six, which he previously shared with QB Tommy Maddox…became the second quarterback in team history (Bradshaw) to throw for at least 100 touchdowns during the regular season.
    • 12/28 vs. Cleveland: Left the game in the second quarter with a concussion.
    • AFC Championship Game 1/18 vs. Baltimore: Threw a 65-yard touchdown to WR Santonio Holmes in the second quarter, the longest pass play in his postseason career.
    • Super Bowl XLIII 2/1 vs. Arizona: Finished 21-of-30 for 256 yards with one touchdown, a game-winning six-yard touchdown pass to Holmes with 35 seconds left in regulation…completed 5-of-7 passes for 84 yards with one score on the game-winning drive…surpassed 2,000 career postseason passing yards.

    2007 (15-15/1-1): Started 15 regular-season games and the AFC Wild Card Game…inactive Week 17 at Baltimore…threw a team-record 32 touchdown passes…his passer rating of 104.1 is a single-season team-record and was good for second in the NFL…recorded a perfect passer rating (158.3) twice during the season (11/5 vs. Baltimore and 12/20 at St. Louis)…set a career-high and finished second in the league among QBs with 204 rushing yards…ran for two touchdowns…17-of-his-35 rushes went for first downs.

    • 9/9 at Cleveland: Threw four touchdowns…passed QB Jim Finks for the fifth-most passing touchdowns in team history.
    • 9/23 vs. San Francisco: Passed QB Bobby Layne for fifth place on the Steelers’ all-time career passing yardage list…tied QB Mark Malone for fifth place on the Steelers all-time completions list with 690…moved into eighth place on the team’s all-time pass attempts list.
    • 9/30 at Arizona: Took sole possession of the fifth place on the Steelers’ all-time completions list.
    • 10/7 vs. Seattle: Passed Layne on the all-time pass attempts list…was 9-of-9 passing in the second half and connected on his last 13 passes of the game.
    • 10/28 at Cincinnati: Eclipsed 10,000 career passing yards.
    • 11/5 vs. Baltimore: Threw a then career-high five touchdown passes as he recorded a perfect passer rating of 158.3…at the time, his five touchdown passes tied a Monday Night Football record…moved into second place on the team’s all-time passing touchdowns list…moved into fourth place on the team’s all-time completions list and moved into fourth place on the team’s all-time passing yards list.
    • 11/11 vs. Cleveland: Led the team on a fourth-quarter, game-winning drive that he capped off with a two-yard touchdown pass to TE Heath Miller.
    • 11/26 vs. Miami: Finished 18-of-21…his 85.7 completion percentage broke the single-game record for the Steelers (min. 20 attempts)…he completed 15 passes in a row at one point in the game, tying QB Bubby Brister’s 1989 team record for consecutive completions.
    • 12/2 vs. Cincinnati: Rushed for a six-yard touchdown.
    • 12/9 at New England: Moved into fifth place on the team’s all-time passing attempts list.
    • 12/20 at St. Louis: Recorded the third perfect passer rating game (158.3) of his career.
    • AFC Wild Card Game 1/5 vs. Jacksonville: Finished 29-of-42 for 337 yards with two touchdowns and three interceptions.

    2006 (15-15): Started every game but the season opener (missed after having an appendectomy)…his 15 starts were the most in a single season in his career at the time…tied his single-season career-high with an 8.9 yards per attempt average…threw an 85-yard touchdown, the third-longest pass play of his career during the regular season.

    • 10/15 vs. Kansas City: Had a perfect passer rating (158.3) in the first half after completing 13-of-15 passes for 224 yards with two touchdowns.
    • 10/22 at Atlanta: Completed 16-of-22 passes for 238 yards with three touchdowns before leaving the game due to a head injury…passed QB Ed Brown for 10th place on the Steelers all-time passing list…passed QB Mike Tomczak for the ninth-most touchdown passes in team history.
    • 10/29 at Oakland: Passed Brown for 10th place on the Steelers’ all-time pass attempts list.
    • 11/5 vs. Denver: Marked his first career 400-yard passing game, as he threw for 433 yards.
    • 11/12 vs. New Orleans: Surpassed 7,000 career passing yards, to become only the ninth quarterback to accomplish that feat in team history.
    • 11/19 at Cleveland: Trailing 13-3, he rallied the team for three touchdowns, including two touchdown passes in the fourth quarter, to defeat Cleveland…found WR Santonio Holmes after scrambling, for a 20-yard touchdown, and hit RB Willie Parker for the game winning score from four yards out…passed QB Tommy Maddox for eighth place on the Steelers all-time passing yards list.
    • 11/26 at Baltimore: Passed Bobby Layne for eighth place on the Steelers all-time completions list.
    • 12/17 at Carolina: Hit RB Najeh Davenport for a 13-yard touchdown, the 50th passing touchdown of his career…recorded one rushing touchdown…surpassed 3,000 passing yards on the season for the first time in his career.
    • 12/24 vs. Baltimore: Passed Tomczak for ninth place on the Steelers’ all-time pass attempts list.
    • 12/31 at Cincinnati: Hit Holmes for a game-winning 67-yard touchdown in overtime…surpassed QB Bubby Brister for seventh place on the Steelers’ all-time passing touchdowns list.

    2005 (12-12/4-4): Became the youngest starting quarterback in NFL history to win a Super Bowl…guided the Steelers to their first Super Bowl victory in 26 years…became the first quarterback in league history to lead his team to the Conference Championship Game in each of his first two seasons…finished third in the NFL with a 98.6 passer rating during the regular season…missed four games due to a knee injury (10/16 vs. Jacksonville, 11/6 at Green Bay, 11/13 vs. Cleveland and 11/20 at Baltimore).

    • 9/11 vs. Tennessee: Recorded a perfect passer rating (158.3) for the first time in his career and for the first time in the NFL since 2003 (Kansas City’s Trent Green)…completed 9-of-11 passes for 218 yards with two touchdowns…his 11 pass attempts in a game were the fewest by a Steelers’ team since Oct. 17, 1977 vs. Cincinnati.
    • 9/25 vs. New England: Suffered first career regular-season loss (15-0 up to this game)…came back from a shoulder injury to complete 12-of-28 passes for 216 yards with two touchdowns…led the team on a late nine-play, 51-yard drive that ended when he connected with WR Hines Ward for a touchdown to tie the game at 20-20.
    • 10/10 at San Diego: Injured his left knee late in the game and did not return.
    • 10/23 at Cincinnati: Returned to action after missing the previous game) with a hyper-extended knee…complete 9-of-14 passes for 93 yards with two touchdowns…threw his first interception of the season snapping a streak of 94-consecutive attempts without an interception.
    • 10/31 vs. Baltimore: Finished 18-of-30 for 177 yards with two touchdowns…his 30 pass attempts were the most in a single game in his first two seasons…he had been the first QB since Terry Hanratty to have gone 18 starts into his NFL career without ever attempting 30 passes in a game…engineered a game-winning drive that set up K Jeff Reed’s 37-yard game-winning field goal.
    • 12/4 vs. Cincinnati: Set then single-game career-highs in attempts (41), completions (29), passing yards (386) and touchdown passes (3).
    • 12/18 at Minnesota: Scored on a three-yard run by diving into the end zone for the game’s only touchdown.
    • 1/1 vs. Detroit: Registered a seven-yard touchdown run…surpassed 5,000 passing yards in his career.
    • AFC Wild Card Game 1/8 at Cincinnati: Completed 14-of-19 passes for 208 yards with three touchdowns…his three touchdowns set a career-high in the postseason.
    • AFC Divisional Game 1/15 at Indianapolis: Led the Steelers to a 14-3 halftime lead by completing 12-of-19 passes for 172 yards with two touchdowns…made a game-saving tackle on CB Nick Harper after Harper returned a fumble to the Colts’ 42-yard line.
    • AFC Championship Game 1/22 at Denver: Completed 21-of-29 passes for 275 yards with two touchdowns…recorded his first career rushing touchdown in postseason.
    • Super Bowl XL 2/5 vs. Seattle: Was 9-for-21 for 123 yards…scrambled and threw a 37-yard pass to Ward to the Seattle three-yard line on third-and-28…he followed that by rushing for a one-yard touchdown to give the Steelers a 7-3 lead…also threw a key block on WR Antwaan Randle El’s 43-yard touchdown strike to Ward.

    2004 (14-13/2-2): Broke Dan Marino’s NFL records for a rookie quarterback for completion percentage (66.4) and passer rating (98.1)...also set then single season team records with his completion percentage and passer rating…became the first quarterback in NFL history to compile a 13-0 record during the regular season.

    • 9/19 at Baltimore: Made his Steelers’ debut, replacing the injured Tommy Maddox in the third quarter.
    • 9/26 at Miami: In first start, overcame the weather and poor field conditions to lead the Steelers on a game-winning touchdown drive late in the fourth quarter.
    • 10/3 vs. Cincinnati: In first career start at Heinz Field he completed 17-of-25 passes for 174 yards with one touchdown…compiled a 101.1 quarterback rating, his first career game with a passer rating of at least 100.0 during the regular season…marked his first career fourth-quarter game winning drive, as he led the team on a 13-play, 89-yard drive that was capped off by RB Jerome Bettis’ one-yard touchdown run.
    • 10/10 vs. Cleveland: Completed 16-of-21 passes for 231 yards with one touchdown…also ran for his first career touchdown, a six-yarder.
    • 10/17 at Dallas: Named AFC Offensive Player of the Week…rallied the team from a 10-point, fourth-quarter deficit…joined James Farrior (AFC Defensive Player of the Week) as the Steelers became the first team since 1994 to have both an AFC offensive and defensive player of the week in the same week...completed 21-of-25 passes for 193 yards with two touchdowns…completed his final 11 passes for 88 yards to lead the Steelers on two touchdown drives.
    • 10/31 vs. New England: Helped snap the Patriots’ NFL record 18-game winning streak during the regular season (21 games including the postseason)…registered a 126.4 quarterback rating by completing 18-of-24 passes for 196 yards with two touchdowns.
    • 11/7 vs. Philadelphia: Tied the NFL record (Mike Kruczek, 1976) for most wins to start a career with six.
    • 11/14 at Cleveland: Set a new NFL record for most wins by a quarterback to start their career (7)…rushed for 38 yards on seven carries, including a long of 20 yards.
    • 11/21 at Cincinnati: Recorded a 104.9 quarterback rating by completing 15-of-21 passes for 138 yards with one touchdown.
    • 12/5 at Jacksonville: Completed 3-of-3 passes for 39 yards, leading the team on a game-winning field-goal drive…finished the game completing 14-of-17 passes for 221 yards with two touchdowns…also ran for 40 yards on three carries.
    • 12/12 vs. N.Y. Jets: Engineered a game-clinching scoring drive that was capped by RB Jerome Bettis’ 12-yard touchdown run…connected with WR Lee Mays on a 46-yard pass on that same drive.
    • 12/18 at N.Y. Giants: Helped orchestrate another come-from-behind victory…completed 18-of-28 passes for 316 yards, the first 300-yard passing performance of his career during the regular season.
    • 12/26 vs. Baltimore: Left the game late in the third quarter and did not return after he injured his ribs on the Steelers’ final touchdown drive.
    • AFC Divisional Playoff Game 1/15 vs. N.Y. Jets: Made his first postseason start…led the Steelers on a game-winning field goal scoring drive in overtime…completed 17-of-30 passes for 181 yards with one touchdown and two interceptions…also ran four times for 30 yards.
    • AFC Championship Game 1/23 vs. New England: Completed 14-of-24 passes for 226 yards with two touchdowns and three interceptions…also rushed for 45 yards on five carries.

    COLLEGE: Was a three-year starter at Miami (Ohio) from 2001-03…rewrote virtually every school passing record in just 38 games…completed 854-of-1,304 passes (65.5%) for 10,829 yards with 84 touchdowns and 34 interceptions...set another RedHawks’ career record with 11,075 yards of total offense…became only the third player in Mid-American Conference history to throw for over 3,000 yards in three seasons and became the 10th quarterback in conference annals to throw for over 10,000 yards in his career…became only the eighth player in school history to earn All-America honors…also handled some punting duties, punting 24 times for 963 yards (40.1 avg.), with 17 attempts downed inside the opponent’s 20-yard line…in 2003, he was an All-American first-team selection by The NFL Draft Report, and he earned third-team honors from the Associated Press, while earning All-MAC first team honors and being named the conference’s Most Valuable Player and Offensive Player of the Year…he guided the team to its first bowl appearance since 1986 and its first postseason victory in 28 seasons in 2003…in 2002, earned All-American honorable mention honors and was an All-MAC second-team pick by The NFL Draft Report, adding second-team All-MAC honors from the league’s media…in 2001, earned first-team Football Writer’s Association of America Freshman All-America honors, was named second-team All-MAC and became the first RedHawk to earn MAC Freshman of the Year since Deland McCullough in 1992…earned a bachelor’s degree in education.

    PERSONAL: Attended Findlay High School (Findlay, Ohio)...started at quarterback for varsity only as a senior…played wide receiver for varsity as a junior...played quarterback for the junior varsity team as a freshman and sophomore...earned Ohio’s Division I Offensive Player of the Year as a senior in 1999…was the runner-up for 1999 Mr. Football honors in Ohio…set state records by throwing for 4,041 yards with 54 touchdowns during his senior campaign and also ran for seven touchdowns...named league, district and Toledo Blade Player of the Year…helped the team compile a 23-9 record, which included two league championships and a state playoff appearance…played in Ohio’s North-South Game and the Ohio-Pennsylvania Big 33 All-Star game...was an all-league and all-district performer in baseball and basketball…was a team captain in all three sports…is the son of Ken and Brenda Roethlisberger…married to Ashley and they have two sons, Benjamin Todd Jr. and Bodie, and one daughter, Baylee Marie…Full name: Benjamin Todd Roethlisberger.