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Mason Rudolph

QB

#2

Experience: 5 years

Height: 6-5

Age: 26

Weight: 235 lbs

College: Oklahoma State

2021 SEASON

  • TDS
    1
  • INT
    1
  • YDS
    277
  • RTG
    70.8
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Career Stats

QB Career

SEASONTEAMGGSCOMPATTYDSAVGTDINTSCKSCKYRATEATTYDSAVGTDFUMLOST
2019Pittsburgh Steelers10817628317656.2139151248221422040
2020Pittsburgh Steelers5125433247.5211887.77-6-0.90
2021Pittsburgh Steelers2135582774.8110070.855310.60
TOTAL171023638423666.216111613280.933892.7040

Biography

PRO CAREER

  • Career Regular-Season Record as a Starter: 5-4-1 (.550): 5-3 (.625) in '19 and 0-1 (.000) in '20
  • Played in 16 games (10 starts) over his three-year NFL career
  • Completed 231-of-376 passes (61.4 percent) for 2,331 yards and 16 TDs in his career
  • Set franchise records for a QB in first career home start (9/30/19 vs Cincinnati) in completions (24), completion percentage (85.7), and QB rating (124.6)
  • Set single-game career high in passing yards (315) at Cleveland in Week 17 of 2020 (1/3/21)
  • Set single-game career high in pass attempts (44) at Cleveland in Week 11 of 2019 (11/14/19)
  • Set single-game career high in completions (26) vs. Indianapolis in Week 9 of 2019 (11/3/19)
  • Registered five multi-TD passing games
  • First quarterback in NFL history to register his first two career wins on Monday Night Football
  • Third quarterback since the 1970 NFL-AFL merger to record a passer rating of at least 81.4 and throw a TD in each of his first seven career starts
  • Fifth quarterback since the 1970 NFL-AFL merger to throw a TD in each of his first eight career games (Jay Cutler, Mike Glennon, Oliver Luck and Mark Rypien)
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