Ben Roethlisberger sets record with second six-TD game
Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger became the first quarterback in history to throw six touchdowns in consecutive games Sunday, completing 25 of his 37 pass attempts for 340 yards with six touchdowns and no interceptions in his team's 43-23 win over the Ravens in Week 9.
Roethlisberger delivered a six-score gem in Week 8 while throwing for 522 yards and somehow managed to rack up six more touchdowns one week later, giving him an NFL-record 12 touchdowns in a two-game span. Five different receivers hauled in his passes for scores, and Roethlisberger now owns a pristine 22:3 TD:INT ratio after his exceptional run to go with 2,620 passing yards. His next test comes against a mediocre Jets secondary in Week 10.
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