He completed 399 of 608 passes in 2020, tied to the second-biggest attempt of his career, 3,803 yards, 33 touchdowns, the second-largest in his career, 10 interceptions and 13 sacks with a low career (not counting 2019, when he played only two games).
For his career, Roethlisberger has completed 5,050 of 7,838 assists (64.4%) for 60,348 yards (seventh in NFL history), 396 touchdowns and a 94.0 quarterback rating. In 14 of his 17 seasons, he has thrown at least 3,000 yards, including making 13 consecutive seasons from 2006-18, interrupted only by his injury in 2019, which forced him to miss most of the season. He also threw at least 3,500 yards in six consecutive seasons, the longest streak in team history.
The Steelers records he holds are numerous and include the following career records: passing TD (396), passing TD of at least 60 yards (22), passing yards (60 348), passing score , 0), completions (5050), attempts to move (7 838), percentage of completion (64.4), yards of experience (7.7), passing games with 300 yards (66) and passing seasons with 3000 yards 1
With Roethlisberger in quarterback, the Steelers have 11 places after the season, won eight AFC North championships, appeared in five AFC Championship games and three Super Bowls, winning two of them. Roethlisberger, a six-time Pro Bowl selection, became the youngest quarterback to ever win a Super Bowl when the team won the Super Bowl XL when he was 23, and the second youngest quarterback to ever win a second Super Bowl when The Steelers won the XLIII Super Cup.