Ben Roethlisberger’s Super Bowl Numbers

How many Super Bowls did Ben Roethlisberger win? A look at his career statistics with the Pittsburgh Steelers

Who was Ben Roethlisberger going to be four years ago? Now?

In his first three Super Bowls, Roethlisberger was the only quarterback in Super Bowl history to throw three touchdown passes all within the span of 10 seconds.

Three consecutive Super Bowls is hardly an anomaly in a career that saw Roethlisberger win three NFL MVP trophies and set a franchise record for passing yards by a quarterback.

But with his four-year contract (and the looming re-signing of his quarterback controversy partner, Byron Leftwich), there are some who think he’s not quite ready for his fourth ring just yet.

For the fourth time in five seasons, Roethlisberger’s career numbers may not be a given.

Let’s look at some of NFL history’s most memorable Super Bowl quarterbacks, who’ve led their teams to four or more championships, and try to guess where Roethlisberger stands just five seasons from now.

Who was Ben Roethlisberger going to be four years ago? Now?

It’s impossible to know for sure, given the vagaries of timing; however, it’s fair to say that Roethlisberger’s numbers may have drastically improved this offseason.

In his first four seasons, the Super Bowl MVP led the Steelers to two AFC titles and one Super Bowl victory.

For the first time in his career, he led the team into the playoffs before going 1-5 in the postseason, including an 0-3 mark in the AFC final.

Last season was Roethlisberger’s most successful season overall, as his passer rating (114.6) led the NFL.

That was his fourth consecutive 100-plus passer rating, an all-time best in NFL history.

In the playoffs, Roethlisberger’s passer rating and touchdown-to-interception ratio, which includes the playoffs, were both career-high levels.

Through his first four seasons, Roethlisberger led the

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