Ben Roethlisberger is a famous quarterback in the NFL and pretty much everyone has at least heard of him. However, what most people don’t know is that Ben Roethlisberger is a record-breaking machine and has been dominating sports ever since high school. Let’s take a look at the records that he has broken and see just why he’s a legendary once-in-a-lifetime athlete.
High School Records Broken
While Ben Roethlisberger also played and dominated in basketball, and baseball, it was football where he really crushed it. The first record he broke was the state record for passing in which he threw for 4,041 yards with 54 touchdowns. He did this during his senior year, and it would be a sign of great things to come.
Collage Records Broken
Ben Roethlisberger attended Miami University of Ohio, not to be confused with the University of Miami in Florida. It was here that he would go on to break practically every school passing record. He would play in 38 games and complete 854 passes. His total yards were 10,829 and he had 84 touchdowns.
NFL Records Broken
During his time in the NFL, Roethlisberger proved himself to be just as insanely talented as he was during college and high school. In fact, he broke the Stealers single-game records for touchdown passes, completion percentage, attempts, completions, and passing yards. Refer to this page to learn more.
A True Legend Off the Field
While there is no doubt that Ben is one of the greatest football players of all time, he’s also a legend when it comes to charity work as well. He and his wife have been helping NeoLight, an organization dedicated to supporting babies with jaundice. Since jaundice is the #1 reason babies are readmitted to the hospital, this charity work has the potential to change many lives across the nation for the better.
More about Ben Roethlisberger on https://www.pro-football-reference.com/players/R/RoetBe00.htm