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Interceptions Thrown
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Fantasy Points
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Fantasy Points per Game
2021 3740 22 10 5 1
2020 3803 33 10 11
2019 351 1 7
3y Avg. 3094 22 9 39 1

Fantasy News

  • Steelers' Ben Roethlisberger: Two TDs in potential final game

    Roethlisberger completed 29 of 44 pass attempts for 215 yards and two touchdowns in Sunday's 42-21 loss to Kansas City. Roethlisberger was unable to extend his late-season win streak to three games, bowing out to a superior Chiefs squad that may have given the veteran quarterback the last two losses of his career. The future Hall of Famer hinted heavily towards this being the last game of his storied career, something his depleted arm strength had already naturally revealed over the last couple of seasons. Barring a major mindset shift or an offer to return that he can't refuse, Big Ben will end his career with 64,088 career passing yards, 418 touchdown passes and two Super Bowl rings.
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  • Steelers' Ben Roethlisberger: Puts in full practice

    Roethlisberger (shoulder/pectoral) was a full participant in Thursday's practice, Teresa Varley of the Steelers' official site reports. As anticipated, neither of the two injuries that Roethlisberger has been managing for most of the season will prevent him from suiting up for Pittsburgh's wild-card matchup with the Chiefs this weekend. In what could be the final start of his career, Roethlisberger may get a boost in his pass-catching weapons. The Steelers welcomed James Washington (illness) back from the reserve/COVID-19 list Thursday, while JuJu Smith-Schuster (shoulder) was designated to return from injured reserve and could have a shot at being available to play for the first time since Week 5.
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  • Steelers' Ben Roethlisberger: Limited Wednesday

    Roethlisberger (pectoral/shoulder) was a limited participant in Wednesday's practice session, Teresa Varley of the Steelers' official site reports. Roethlisberger has dealt with pectoral and shoulder injuries for several weeks, but he was cleared to play Monday against the Browns in what was likely his last career appearance at Heinz Field. Though the Steelers were able to come away with a 26-14 victory, efficiency was an issue for Roethlisberger, who completed 24 of 46 passes for just 123 yards, one touchdown and an interception. Since he's been able to play through the pair of injuries across the last few weeks, Roethlisberger is at little risk of sitting out Sunday in Baltimore as the Steelers chase down a long-shot postseason bid.
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  • Steelers' Ben Roethlisberger: Wins home finale

    Roethlisberger completed 24 of 46 passes for 123 yards, one touchdown and one interception in Monday night's 26-14 win over the Browns. Roethlisberger threw early and often in potentially his last career appearance at Heinz Field. In fact, his 46 passes marked his second most in a game this season, yet his 123 yards were a season low, as was his dismal average of 2.7 yards per attempt. While he also was picked off to end the first half, Roethlisberger at least found Diontae Johnson for a five-yard touchdown earlier, helping clinch an emotional victory. The Steelers legend will now turn his attention toward Week 18's matchup versus the Ravens while hoping he can somehow sneak his way into the playoffs.
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  • Steelers' Ben Roethlisberger: Upgrades to full practice activity

    Roethlisberger (pectoral/shoulder) practiced fully Friday Brooke Pryor of ESPN.com reports. Roethlisberger received a maintenance day Thursday to tend to his lingering pair of injuries, neither of which is considered serious enough to sideline him for the Steelers' final two regular-season contests. Rather than his absence from practice Thursday, the bigger news pertaining to Roethlisberger that day was his acknowledgement to the media that Monday's game against Cleveland could be his last appearance at Pittsburgh's Heinz Field. The 39-year-old hasn't formally announced that he plans to retire after this season, but he'll be a free agent in the spring and isn't expected to attract much interest on the open market from the Steelers or other teams with the quality of his play having been in steady decline over the past three years.
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  • Steelers' Ben Roethlisberger: Sits out Thursday's practice

    Roethlisberger (pectoral/right shoulder) didn't practice Thursday, Dale Lolley of DKPittsburghSports.com reports. Roethlisberger has been managing the two issues since Week 12, but he hasn't missed any games since then. With that in mind, look for the QB to end up approaching Monday night's contest against the Browns minus a Week 17 injury designation. Per Teresa Varley of the Steelers' official site, Roethlisberger acknowledged that this might be his last regular-season game at Heinz Field, given that this could be the 39-year-old's final NFL campaign.
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  • Steelers' Ben Roethlisberger: Struggles in road game

    Roethlisberger completed 23 of 35 pass attempts for 159 yards, one touchdown and one interception against Kansas City on Sunday. Roethlisberger's touchdown occurred late in garbage time, so his performance was even worse than the box score implied in the 36-10 loss. At this point in his decline, Roethlisberger doesn't project for an obvious bounce back against the Browns in Week 17, but he had a decent game at Cleveland in Week 8 (22 of 34 for 266 yards and one touchdown) and gets to face them in Pittsburgh this time around.
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  • Steelers' Ben Roethlisberger: Back to full activity Friday

    Roethlisberger (pectoral/shoulder) upgraded to full participation in practice Friday and doesn't have a designation for Sunday's game against the Chiefs, Dale Lolley of DKPittsburghSports.com reports. Roethlisberger followed up a full practice Wednesday with a limited one Thursday, but his return to full activity Friday suggests his restrictions a day earlier were likely maintenance-related. The 39-year-old is expected to play through the pair of injuries for the Steelers' remaining three games of the regular season, but he'll be doing so in Week 16 without one of his top targets in tight end Pat Freiermuth, who has been ruled out for the game with a concussion.
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  • Steelers' Ben Roethlisberger: Minimal production in win

    Roethlisberger completed 16 of his 25 passes for 148 yards, no touchdowns and no interceptions in Sunday's 19-13 win over the Titans. He added three rushes for no yards and a touchdown. Roethlisberger was content to let Pittsburgh's defense and Chris Boswell lead the team to victory, as he played the role of game manager with little production to go with it. His most productive play came late in the third quarter when he found the end zone on his second sneak attempt in a span of three plays. As for his work as a passer, Roethlisberger tallied only six completions of more than 10 yards on his way to averaging 5.9 yards per attempt. Roethlisberger had entered the game having thrown for multiple touchdowns in three of his last four games, and he'll need to do more with his arm if he hopes to lead the Steelers to another victory in Week 16 against Kansas City.
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  • Steelers' Ben Roethlisberger: Good to go against Titans

    Roethlisberger (shoulder/pectoral) doesn't carry an injury designation into Sunday's game against the Titans, Brooke Pryor of ESPN reports. Roethlisberger raised his practice activity throughout the week, putting in a full session Friday after being limited Thursday and missing practice altogether Wednesday. Coming off his second 300-yard passing performance of the season, Roethlisberger isn't expected to be limited by his nagging injuries against the inconsistent Tennessee secondary.
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  • Steelers' Ben Roethlisberger: Puts in limited practice

    Roethlisberger (pectoral/shoulder) was a limited participant in Thursday's practice, Dale Lolley of DKPittsburghSports.com reports. Roethlisberger is receiving his typical maintenance as the Steelers prepare for a Week 15 matchup with the Titans on Sunday. Dating back to late September, Roethlisberger has frequently appeared on Pittsburgh injury reports due to the pectoral and right shoulder concerns, but his only absence this season came back in Week 10 on account of a positive COVID-19 test. Expect Roethlisberger to upgrade to full activity Friday and approach the weekend without an injury designation.
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  • Steelers' Ben Roethlisberger: Nearly leads improbable comeback

    Roethlisberger completed 28 of 40 passes for 308 yards with three touchdowns and one interception in the Steelers' 36-28 loss to the Vikings on Thursday night. He also rushed once for five yards, fumbled once but recovered and threw a two-point conversion pass. After a first half in which the Steelers were shut out, there was reason to believe coach Mike Tomlin might make a change under center. However, Pittsburgh's head man stuck with his 18-year veteran, and the decision nearly paid handsome dividends. Roethlisberger caught fire in the second half, throwing a trio of touchdowns to Najee Harris, James Washington and Pat Freiermuth, along with a two-point conversion pass to Diontae Johnson after the latter scoring toss to bring Pittsburgh within eight with over four minutes remaining. Roethlisberger nearly had another scoring connection to Freiermuth as time expired, one that would have given the Steelers a chance at a game-tying two-point conversion; however, the ball was stripped from the rookie tight end by Harrison Smith as he was coming down with the ball. Irrespective of the undesirable outcome from a team perspective, Roethlisberger's resurgent performance was a welcome sight for fantasy managers and qualified as his second 300-yard effort of the campaign. Big Ben and his teammates' next chance to atone for Thursday's close loss and remain in the AFC playoff picture comes in a Week 15 battle against the Titans a week from Sunday.
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  • Steelers' Ben Roethlisberger: Puts in full practice

    Roethlisberger (shoulder/pectoral) was a full participant in Tuesday's practice, Teresa Varley of the Steelers' official site reports. Considering he had played through the two injuries for multiple weeks, Roethlisberger never looked to be at any real risk of sitting out Thursday's game against the Vikings, despite being listed as a non-participant on Monday's estimated practice report. According to Brooke Pryor of ESPN.com, Roethlisberger acknowledged Tuesday that his right shoulder is what is giving him the most trouble at this stage of the season, but he's expected to continue playing through the issue as Pittsburgh looks to chase down a playoff spot.
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  • Steelers' Ben Roethlisberger: Non-participant on first report

    Roethlisberger (pectoral/shoulder) was listed as a non-participant Monday on their estimated practice report, Teresa Varley of the Steelers' official site reports. Pittsburgh didn't hold a practice Monday as it prepares for a Thursday matchup with the Vikings in Week 14, but Roethlisberger looks like he would have received a maintenance day had the Steelers taken a field. The pectoral and right shoulder issues have made Roethlisberger a fixture on the injury report all season, but his only absence on game day came Week 10 against the Lions, when he was sidelined due to a positive COVID-19 test. In his three games since returning to the lineup, Roethlisberger has completed 62.9 percent of his throws for 6.7 yards per attempt and a 6:2 TD:INT.
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  • Steelers' Ben Roethlisberger: Throws for 236 yards

    Roethlisberger completed 21 of 31 passes for 236 yards and two touchdowns in Sunday's 20-19 win over the Ravens. Roethlisberger bounced back in Week 13 after he threw two interceptions in last week's blowout loss to the Bengals. The 39-year-old wasn't picked off by the Ravens' defense Sunday, and he led a late drive in the fourth quarter to put the Steelers up by seven points with 1:48 remaining. In the three games since Roethlisberger missed the Steelers' Week 10 matchup against the Lions due to a positive COVID-19 test result, he's completed 73 of 116 passes for 772 yards, six touchdowns and two interceptions. Roethlisberger has reportedly told those close to him that the 2021 season will be his final year in Pittsburgh, but he's been a fairly consistent fantasy option in his 18th professional season in spite of his limited upside due to his lack of rushing ability. He'll have another favorable matchup against the Vikings in Week 14.
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  • Steelers' Ben Roethlisberger: Preps for swan song with Pittsburgh

    Roethlisberger has privately expressed to former teammates and some members within the organization that he expects the 2021 season to be his final year in Pittsburgh, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. The 39-year-old isn't expected to make any proclamations on his future with Pittsburgh -- or the NFL for that matter -- until after the season, but all signs point to the future Hall of Famer heading into retirement. Not only is Roethlisberger's contract set to expire after this season, but his advancing age and declining efficiency as a passer means that neither the Steelers nor another organization will view him as a viable starting quarterback heading into 2022. Though Roethlisberger ranks 24th among the NFL's 32 qualifying quarterbacks with a 43.0 QBR, he doesn't appear in any imminent danger of losing his starting job, given that the other signal-callers on the roster -- Mason Rudolph and Dwayne Haskins -- haven't proven at any point during their respective careers that they would offer an upgrade. Instead, expect Roethlisberger to continue to try and lead the 5-5-1 Steelers to a playoff berth so long as his health prevails over the final six weeks of the regular season.
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  • Steelers' Ben Roethlisberger: Back at practice Thursday

    Roethlisberger (shoulder/pectoral) returned to full practice participation Thursday, Teresa Varley of the Steelers' official site reports. Roethlisberger sat out Wednesday's practice, but it looks like that was just a maintenance day for the veteran signal-caller. Wide receiver Chase Claypool (toe) also got in a full session Thursday after being limited Wednesday, so Roethlisberger should have his usual starters available on the outside for Sunday's pivotal matchup with the rival Ravens. He has a 14:6 TD:INT through 10 games played this season.
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  • Steelers' Ben Roethlisberger: Ready for Sunday

    Roethlisberger (pectoral/right shoulder) doesn't have a designation for Sunday's game at Cincinnati, Brooke Pryor of ESPN.com reports. Roethlisberger has been tending to a left pectoral injury for much of the campaign, and he predictably was listed as limited on the Steelers' first two Week 12 practice reports. But he proceeded to put in a limited showing Friday to clear him for Sunday. Roethlisberger thus will take on a Bengals defense that ranks 24th against the pass (254.9 yards per game).
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  • Steelers' Ben Roethlisberger: Limited in practice still

    Roethlisberger (pectoral/shoulder) was a limited practice participant Wednesday. He's been playing through the same pair of injuries all season, and while it's largely been a struggle for Roethlisberger and the Pittsburgh offense, he overcame a bout with COVID-19 to finish last week's 41-37 loss to the Chargers included 273 passing yards and three touchdowns. He'll now head to Cincinnati to face a Bengals defense that held him to 318 yards, one touchdown and two interceptions on 58 pass attempts back in Week 3, when the Steelers lost 24-10 in a game where they ran nearly twice as many plays as their opponent.
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  • Steelers' Ben Roethlisberger: Set to be activated

    Roethlisberger will be activated from the reserve/COVID-19 list Saturday and will fly to Los Angeles in anticipation of starting Sunday's prime-time contest against the Chargers, Brooke Pryor of ESPN.com reports. Roethlisberger is expected to fly separately from his teammates, but the expectation is that he'll start Sunday's contest after testing positive for the virus Nov. 13 and missing last week's tie to the Lions. Coach Mike Tomlin previously stated the veteran quarterback is capable of executing the game plan without practicing, so it seems like all systems go for the 39-year-old.
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