Here it does not stop. He holds Steeler's single-season records for passing yards (5,129), completions (452), and touchdown passes (34), all set in 2018. He also holds the record for passers-by (104.1 in 2007), graduation percentage (68.0 in 2015), 300-yard games (9 in 2014) and games with a pass-score of 100.0 or more (10 in Year 2014).
Roethlisberger holds the Steelers single game records for most pass yards (522, 10/26/14) Indianapolis), completions (44, 12/10/17 v Baltimore), trials (66, 12/10/17 v Baltimore), completion level (at least 20 attempts, 88.0, 1
Roethlisberger occupies the top 10 of the NFL history in the yards (6th – 56.194), passes (7.- 4.616) and touchdown passes (7-363).
"The things he does, the way he moves himself, how he throws the ball," said Maurkice Pouncey. "You do not appreciate it enough when you play. When we've said and done everything, sitting in the house and playing with all the younger boys, we know that we had the opportunity to play with one of the best players ever. "
Roethlisberger has led the Steelers to nine postseason beds. Seven AFC North Championships and two Super Bowl wins with a total of three Super Bowl appearances. He was the youngest quarterback to win a Super Bowl as he led the team to victory in Super Bowl XL.
"You can not summarize it in one word or sentence," said David DeCastro. "It's these intangible goods. He is the ultimate competitor. He wants to win, he has to win, and he proves it.
"You can not win in this league without a really good quarterback. Everything goes through him. He is a special player. He does many things that you can not exercise. He is one of the biggest competitors I have ever had. He wants to win. "