Ben Roethlisberger

QB

#7

Experience: 16 years

Height: 6-5

Age: 37

Weight: 240 lbs

College: Miami (Ohio)

2019 SEASON

  • TDS
    0
  • INT
    1
  • YDS
    351
  • RTG
    66

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Preseason

WK Game Date OPP RESULT COMP ATT YDS AVG TD INT SCK SCKY RATE ATT YDS AVG TD FUM LOST
4 08/29/2019 @Panthers L 19 - 25
3 08/25/2019 @Titans W 18 - 6 8 13 63 4.8 1 0 0 0 99.2
2 08/17/2019 Chiefs W 17 - 7
1 08/09/2019 Buccaneers W 30 - 28

Regular Season

WK Game Date OPP RESULT COMP ATT YDS AVG TD INT SCK SCKY RATE ATT YDS AVG TD FUM LOST
2 09/15/2019 Seahawks L 26 - 28 8 15 75 5 0 0 1 7 67.4
1 09/08/2019 @Patriots L 3 - 33 27 47 276 5.9 0 1 1 0 65.6 1 7 7 0 1 0

Biography

Has started the most games at QB in team history (214), and he has the most wins in team history (144) during the regular season... seventh-most in NFL history

In 15 seasons, has led the Steelers to nine postseason berths, seven AFC North Championships, four 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).

Has thrown for at least 3,000 passing yards in 13 seasons of his 15 seasons in the NFL, including 13 consecutive, dating back to 2006.

Entering the 2019 season, has the most 450 yard passing games in NFL history (6), the fourth-most 400-yard passing games in NFL history (12), the seventh-most passing touchdowns in NFL history (363), the sixth-most passing yards in NFL history (56,194) and the seventh-most completions in NFL history (4,616).

In 2018, named an offensive team captain for the 10th time (eighth consecutive)…started all 16 regular season games…finished the season setting Steelers single season records in attempts (675), completions (452), passing yards (5,129) and touchdowns (34)…his 675 attempts, 452 completions and 5,129 yards led the NFL in 2018…his 34 touchdowns ranked fifth in the League for the season.

In 2018, recorded the eleventh 5,000 yard passing season in NFL history

Originally drafted by the Steelers in the first round (11th overall) of the 2004 NFL Draft.

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