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Ben Roethlisberger Left Indelible Mark on Steelers Record Books

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With Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger officially announcing his retirement from the NFL on Thursday, his contributions to the Pittsburgh record book can finally be put in ink after an 18-year assault on franchise history.

Roethlisberger retires as the most accomplished passer in team history, and his contributions to the team’s records are nearly too numerous to list Thankfully, the Steelers media relations staff took a stab at it.

Here is every Steelers record that Roethlisberger will retire with his next to in the team’s book:

Career passing touchdowns — 418
Career completions — 5,440
Career attempts — 8,443
Career passing yards — 64,088
Career completion percentage — 64.3
Career passing yards per attempt — 7.6
Career quarterback rating — 93.5
Career quarterback wins — 165
Career playoff passing touchdowns — 36
Career playoff completions — 498
Career playoff attempts — 788
Career playoff passing yards — 5,972
Career playoff completion percentage — 63.2
Career playoff quarterback rating — 86.7
Career playoff quarterback wins — 13

Career passer rating in fourth quarter and overtime — 94.4
Career touchdowns passes in fourth quarter and overtime — 119
Career touchdowns passes in final two minutes of a game — 23
Career touchdown passes in December and January — 120
Career touchdown passes (indoors) — 41

Career 3,000-yard passing seasons — 15
Career 250-completion seasons — 14
Career 60%-completion seasons — 15
Career 90-passer rating seasons — 14
Career 25-touchdown seasons — 9
Consecutive 3,000-yard passing seasons — 13

Career 300-yard passing games — 74
Career 30-completion games — 37
Career 100-passer rating games — 107
Career perfect passer rating games — 4
Consecutive games with a touchdowns pass — 30
Passing touchdowns in back-to-back games — 12
Wins when throwing for 300 yards — 38
Career 300-yard playoff games — 6
Career 30-completion playoff games — 4
Career 100-passer rating playoff games — 7
Career playoff passer rating in fourth quarter and overtime — 93.8
Career playoff touchdown passes in fourth quarter and overtime — 14

Consecutive passes completed — 15, Nov. 26, 2007 vs. Miami

Single-season touchdown passes — 34, 2018
Single-season passing yards — 5,129, 2018
Single-season completions — 452, 2018
Single-season pass attempts — 675, 2018
Single-season completion percentage — 68, 2015
Single-season playoff passing yards — 803, 2005
Single-season playoff passer rating — 110.5, 2017

Single-game completion percentage — 92.9, Sept, 7 2008 vs. Houston
Single-game completions — 44, Dec. 10, 2017 vs. Baltimore
Single-game attempts — 66, Dec. 10, 2017 vs. Baltimore
Single-game yards — 522, Oct. 26, 2014 vs. Indianapolis
Single-game Heinz Field touchdown passes — 6, multiple
Single-game Monday Night Football touchdown passes — 5, Nov. 5, 2007 vs. Baltimore
Single-game playoff completions — 47, Jan. 10, 2021 vs Cleveland
Single-game playoff attempts — 68, Jan. 10, 2021 vs. Cleveland
Single-game playoff passing yards — 501, Jan. 10, 2021 vs. Cleveland
Single-game playoff passing touchdowns — 5, Jan. 14, 2017 vs. Jacksonville

Rookie attempts — 295
Rookie completions — 196
Rookie passing yards — 2,621
Rookie passing touchdowns — 17
Rookie completion percentage — 66.4
Rookie passer rating — 98.1
Rookie QB rushing attempts — 56
Rookie QB rushing yards — 144
Rookie QB games played — 14
Rookie QB wins — 13

Consecutive wins to start career — 13, 2004
Single-game rookie completion percentage — 84, Oct. 17, 2004 vs. Dallas

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