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12-08-2009, 01:24 PM
BEN ROETHLISBERGER

Career

1,444/2,273
18,119 yards
120 TD
80 INT
91.2 rating

2009 (so far)

255/368
3,145 yards
19 TD
11 INT
100.2 rating

Ben Roethlisberger currently ranks 97th all-time in pass completions, 120th all-time in pass attempts, and 102nd all-time in passing yards. He is tied for 96th all-time in TD passes, and tied for 140th all-time in INTs.

Assuming his average career production over the remaining four games of this season, he'll have the following statistics:

Career

1,514/2,383
18,992 yards
126 TD
84 INT
91.2 rating

2009

325/478
4,018 yards
25 TD
15 INT
98.1 rating

Assuming his average career production in each of the next two seasons, he'll have the following career statistics:

By 2010

1,792/2,821
22,485 yards
149 TD
99 INT
91.7 rating

By 2011

2,070/3,259
25,978 yards
172 TD
114 INT
91.2 rating

He would then pass or tie the following QBs on the NFL's all-time leader board:

Pass completions

- Elvis Grbac (2009)
- Otto Graham (2009)
- Mark Rypien (2009)
- Jim McMahon (2009)
- Babe Parilli (2010)
- Norm Van Brocklin (2010)
- Dan Pastorini (2010)
- Chris Miller (2010)
- Billy Kilmer (2010)
- Richard Todd (2010)
- Jim Zorn (2010)
- Aaron Brooks (2010)
- Roger Staubach (2010)
- Sammy Baugh (2010)
- Gus Frerotte (2010)
- Charley Johnson (2010)
- Lynn Dickey (2010)
- Brian Griese (2010)
- Trent Dilfer (2010)
- Danny White (2010)
- Bart Starr (2011)
- Bobby Layne (2011)
- Neil Lomax (2011)
- Jeff Blake (2011)
- Bobby Hebert (2011)
- Neil O'Donnell (2011)
- Steve Grogan (2011)
- Joe Namath (2011)
- Steve Beuerlein (2011)
- George Blanda (2011)
- Bob Griese (2011)
- Steve Bartkowski (2011)
- Jim Plunkett (2011)
- Brian Sipe (2011)
- Bernie Kosar (2011)
- Archie Manning (2011)
- Tommy Kramer (2011)
- Terry Bradshaw (2011)
- Joe Theismann (2011)
- Craig Morton (2011)

Pass attempts

- Erik Kramer (2009)
- Greg Landry (2009)
- Don Meredith (2009)
- Mike Tomczak (2009)
- Jeff Hostetler (2009)
- Rodney Peete (2009)
- Scott Mitchell (2009)
- Tony Banks (2009)
- Kordell Stewart (2009)
- Milt Plum (2010)
- Wade Wilson (2010)
- Bill Kenney (2010)
- Elvis Grbac (2010)
- Doug Williams (2010)
- Stan Humphries (2010)
- Billy Wade (2010)
- Joey Harrington (2010)
- Bert Jones (2010)
- Jim McMahon (2010)
- Daryle Lamonica (2010)
- Mark Rypien (2010)
- Otto Graham (2010)
- Earl Morrall (2010)
- Brian Griese (2010)
- Jay Schroeder (2010)
- Charlie Conerly (2011)
- Chris Miller (2011)
- Norm Van Brocklin (2011)
- Tobin Rote (2011)
- Danny White (2011)
- Roger Staubach (2011)
- Aaron Brooks (2011)
- Richard Todd (2011)
- Billy Kilmer (2011)
- Sammy Baugh (2011)
- Dan Pastorini (2011)
- Jack Kemp (2011)
- Gus Frerotte (2011)
- Bobby Hebert (2011)
- Lynn Dickey (2011)
- Jim Zorn (2011)
- Bart Starr (2011)
- Neil Lomax (2011)
- Trent Dilfer (2011)
- Neil O'Donnell (2011)
- Jeff Blake (2011)

Passing yards

- Jim McMahon (2009)
- Bert Jones (2009)
- Mark Rypien (2009)
- Dan Pastorini (2009)
- Billy Wade (2009)
- Tobin Rote (2009)
- Daryle Lamonica (2010)
- Chris Miller (2010)
- Brian Griese (2010)
- Charlie Conerly (2010)
- Jay Schroeder (2010)
- Aaron Brooks (2010)
- Billy Kilmer (2010)
- Trent Dilfer (2010)
- Richard Todd (2010)
- Earl Morrall (2010)
- Jim Zorn (2010)
- Jack Kemp (2010)
- Gus Frerotte (2010)
- Bobby Hebert (2010)
- Neil O'Donnell (2010)
- Jeff Blake (2010)
- Sammy Baugh (2010)
- Danny White (2010)
- Babe Parilli (2011)
- Roger Staubach (2011)
- Neil Lomax (2011)
- Bernie Kosar (2011)
- Lynn Dickey (2011)
- Otto Graham (2011)
- Norm Van Brocklin (2011)
- Brian Sipe (2011)
- Archie Manning (2011)
- Steve Beuerlein (2011)
- Steve Bartkowski (2011)
- Charley Johnson (2011)
- Bart Starr (2011)
- Tommy Kramer (2011)
- Bob Griese (2011)
- Ken O'Brien (2011)
- Joe Theismann (2011)
- Jim Plunkett (2011)

TD passes

- Milt Plum (2009)
- Chris Miller (2009)
- Aaron Brooks (2009)
- Bert Jones (2009)
- Bernie Kosar (2009)
- Richard Todd (2009)
- Billy Wade (2009)
- Archie Manning (2009)
- Ken O'Brien (2010)
- Jim Harbaugh (2010)
- Jeff Blake (2010)
- Bobby Hebert (2010)
- Don Meredith (2010)
- Neil Lomax (2010)
- Sid Luckman (2010)
- Lynn Dickey (2010)
- Steve Beuerlein (2010)
- Tobin Rote (2010)
- Frank Ryan (2010)*
- Bart Starr (2011)
- Jon Kitna (2011)
- Billy Kilmer (2011)
- Roger Staubach (2011)
- Brian Sipe (2011)
- Jeff George (2011)
- Danny White (2011)
- Steve Bartkowski (2011)
- Tommy Kramer (2011)
- Joe Theismann (2011)
- Jake Plummer (2011)
- Earl Morrall (2011)
- Trent Green (2011)
- Daryle Lamonica (2011)
- Jim Plunkett (2011)
- Troy Aikman (2011)
- Brad Johnson (2011)
- Charley Johnson (2011)
- Chris Chandler (2011)

INTs

- Bill Munson (2009)
- Scott Mitchell (2009)
- Mark Malone (2009)
- Elvis Grbac (2009)
- Mike Livingston (2009)
- Kordell Stewart (2009)
- Stan Humphries (2009)
- Pete Beathard (2009)
- Joey Harrington (2010)
- Bill Kenney (2010)
- Bernie Kosar (2010)
- Jim Finks (2010)
- Mark Rypien (2010)
- Adrian Burk (2010)
- Bobby Thomas (2010)
- Jim McMahon (2010)
- Neil Lomax (2010)
- Randy Johnson (2010)
- Vince Ferragamo (2010)
- Aaron Brooks (2010)
- Tom Flores (2010)
- Rodney Peete (2010)
- Doug Williams (2010)
- Al Dorow (2010)
- George Ratterman (2010)
- Ken O'Brien (2010)
- Frankie Albert (2010)
- Jeff Blake (2010)*
- Brian Griese (2010)*
- Bill Nelsen (2011)
- Bert Jones (2011)
- Chris Miller (2011)
- Marc Wilson (2011)
- Wade Wilson (2011)
- Tommy Thompson (2011)
- Greg Landry (2011)
- Rich Gannon (2011)
- Gus Frerotte (2011)
- Arnie Heber (2011)
- Mike Tomczak (2011)
- Steve Young (2011)
- Jay Schroeder (2011)
- Mike Phipps (2011)
- Lamar McHan (2011)
- Cotton Davidson (2011)
- Roger Staubach (2011)
- Frank Ryan (2011)
- Don Meredith (2011)
- Steve Beuerlein (2011)
- Jeff George (2011)
- Trent Green (2011)*

(* - Denotes a tie.)

HINES WARD

Career

872 receptions
10,702 yards
78 TD

2009 (so far)

72 receptions
922 yards
6 TD

Hines Ward currently ranks 13th all-time in receptions, 27th all-time in receiving yards, and 22nd all-time in TD receptions.

Assuming his average career production over the remaining three games of this season (he isn't playing against Cleveland), he'll have the following statistics:

Career

886 receptions
10,878 yards
79 TDs

2009

86 receptions
1,098 yards
7 TD

Assuming his average career production in each of the next two seasons, he'll have the following career statistics:

By 2010

963 receptions
11,818 yards
86 TDs

By 2011

1,040 receptions
12,758 yards
93 TDs

He would then pass or tie the following WRs on the NFL's all-time leader board:

Receptions

- Keenan McCardell (2009)
- Art Monk (2010)
- Andre Reed (2010)

Receiving yards

- Stanley Morgan (2009)
- Gary Clark (2009)
- Keenan McCardell (2010)
- Rod Smith (2010)
- Don Maynard (2011)
- Michael Irvin (2011)
- Charlie Joiner (2011)
- Jimmy Smith (2011)
- Art Monk (2011)

TD receptions

- Charley Taylor (2009)*
- Harold Carmichael (2009)*
- Art Powell (2010)
- Mark Clayton (2010)
- Irving Fryar (2010)
- Tommy McDonald (2010)
- Andre Rison (2010)
- Paul Warfield (2010)
- Lance Alworth (2010)
- Andre Reed (2011)
- Don Maynard (2011)

(* - Denotes a tie.)