7 on 7: Ben's numbers are sick

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Quarterback Ben Roethlisberger continues to impress, putting up crazy numbers week in and week out, joining the elite QBs in the NFL and extending his own records.

  • Roethlisberger has four straight games with 300 yards passing, the longest active streak in the NFL and a new career-long streak of 300 yard games for him.
  • In the last four games Roethlisberger has thrown for 1,533 yards, an average of 383.3 yards per game. Over the last four games he passed for 364 (Indianapolis), 456 (Seattle), 379 (Cleveland) and 334 (Oakland).

With 201 completions this season Roethlisberger has at least 200 completions in 10 consecutive seasons, the eighth player in NFL history to reach that feat. Roethlisberger joins Brett Favre (19), Drew Brees (14), Peyton Manning (13), Jim Kelly (11), Eli Manning (11), Dan Fouts (10) and Philip Rivers (10) with 10 straight seasons with 200 completions.

  • Roethlisberger has thrown for 15 touchdown passes in each of his first 12 NFL seasons. Only Peyton Manning (13) has done so in more seasons to start an NFL career.  Roethlisberger is the fourth player in NFL history to record 12 consecutive seasons with 15 touchdown passes, joining Favre (18), Peyton Manning (13) and Brees (12).
  • Roethlisberger holds the Steelers record for most career wins as a starting quarterback with 110. He already passed Terry Bradshaw who had 107 wins.
  • This is the 10th consecutive season that Roethlisberger has thrown for 2,500 yards. He currently has 2,707 yards, joining Favre (19), Peyton Manning (13), Brees (12), Jim Kelly (11), Eli Manning (11), Dan Fouts (10) and Rivers (10) as the eighth player to reach that plateau.
  • Roethlisberger threw for four touchdowns against the Colts, the 10th time in his career he has thrown for four touchdowns in a game, a Steelers record.
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