Ben Roethlisberger just added another feat to his spectacular QB resumé. He is now the only quarterback in NFL history to throw six touchdowns in two consecutive games.
After throwing a Pittsburgh Steelers franchise-record six touchdowns Sunday (Oct. 26) against the Indianapolis Colts, Roethlisberger did it again against the Ravens yesterday (Nov. 2). The total of 12 touchdowns breaks the previous record of 11 set by Tom Flores (1963) and Tom Brady (2007).
Ben Roethlisberger… Weeks 1-7: 10 passing TDs. Weeks 8-9: 12 passing TDs.
— SportingCharts (@sportingcharts) November 3, 2014
This is the Steelers (6-3) third straight win in what’s currently the tightest division in the NFL.
Will the two-time Super Bowl champ continue to dominate to get his team into the playoffs? Only time will tell if Big Ben has what it takes.