Ben Roethlisberger, who is 40 years old and is entering what is almost certainly going to be the final season of his 18-year career, will try to lead the Pittsburgh Steelers to a deep postseason run this year.
Roethlisberger already has an impressive resume thanks to the fact that he has won the Super Bowl twice. He won the award for Offensive Rookie of the Year in his debut season in the NFL (2004).
Additionally, he has twice led the NFL in passing (in 2014 and 2018), and he now ranks sixth all-time in passes completed passing yards, and passing touchdowns. He has also led the NFL in passing twice (in 2014 and 2018).
In the regular season, Roethlisberger finished with a record of 161-79-1, and in postseason play, he had a record of 13-9.
What is Ben Roethlisberger record against the Patriots?
The New England Patriots and Ben Roethlisberger have played each other a total of eleven times, with Big Ben coming out on the losing end each time, including twice in the AFC Championship Game (2005, 2017).
The gunslinger for the Steelers has only triumphed over Patriots 4 times, and the only time they beat New England came in 2008 when Matt Cassel was New England’s starting quarterback.