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Black@Gold Forever32
05-26-2007, 07:14 PM
Ok another round of stats......:lol:

Most Career Yards Passing

1. Terry Bradshaw-27,989
2. Kordell Stewart-13,328
3. Neil O'Donnell-12,867
4. Bubby Brister-10,104
5. Bobby Layne-8,983
6. Jim Finks-8,854
7. Mark Malone-8,582
8. Ben Roethlisberger-8,519
9. Tommy Maddox-7,139
10. Mike Tomczak-6,649

Most Yards Passing Single Season

1. Terry Bradshaw-3,724 (1979)
2. Ben Roethlisberger-3,513 (2006)
3. Tommy Maddox-3,414 (2003)
4. Terry Bradshaw-3,339 (1980)
5. Neil O'Donnell-3,208 (1993)
6. Kordell Stewart-3,109 (2001)
7. Kordell Stewart-3,020 (1997)
8. Ed Brown-2,982 (1963)
9. Neil O'Donnell-2,970 (1995)
10 Terry Bradshaw-2,915 (1978)

Most Yards Passing Single Game

1. Tommy Maddox-473 (11/10/2002)*
2. Ben Roethlisberger-433 (11/05/2006)
3. Bobby Layne-409 (12/12/1958)
4. Ben Roethlisberger-386 (12/4/2005)
5. Neil O'Donnell-377 (11/12/1995

*=Game went into OT

Most Career 300 Yard Passing Games

1. Tommy Maddox-6
2. Neil O'Donnell-5
3. TerryBradshaw/BenRoethlisberger-4
5. Mike Tomczak/Kordell Stewart/Bubby Brister/Jim Finks-3

Most TD Passes Career

1. Terry Bradshaw-212
2. Kordell Stewart-70
3. Neil O'Donnell-68
4. Bobby Layne-67
5. Jim Finks-55
6. Mark Malone-54
7. Ben Roethlisberger-52
8. Bubby Brister-51
9. Tommy Maddox-42
10 Mike Tomczak-37

Most TD Passes Single Season

1. Terry Bradshaw-28 (1978)
2. Terry Bradshaw-26 (1979)
3. Terry Bradshaw-24 (1980)
4. Terry Bradshaw-22 (1981)
5. Kordell Stewart-21 (1997)
Ed Brown-21 (1963)

Most TD Passing Single Game

1. Mark Malone/Terry Bradshaw-5
3. Done by many-4 (Most recent Tommy Maddox 2002)

BlitzburghNation
05-26-2007, 07:44 PM
Nice research B&G :clap:

If big ben stays healthy,he'll be atop all those records IMO :tt02:

DIESELMAN
05-26-2007, 08:37 PM
It will take a few games for the offense to really start clicking together but I think Ben will have a really good year. He will move up to #2 on the Most Career Yards Passing, Most Career 300 Yard Passing Games and Most TD Passes Career. He will move up to #1 on the Most TD Passes Single Season. Nice stats bro!!!

Black@Gold Forever32
05-26-2007, 08:41 PM
Thanks Diesel...I have always been a stat geek.lol I just like to spread Steelers info with the Steeler Nation.....

TEEMONT
05-26-2007, 08:47 PM
It will take a few games for the offense to really start clicking together but I think Ben will have a really good year. He will move up to #2 on the Most Career Yards Passing, Most Career 300 Yard Passing Games and Most TD Passes Career. He will move up to #1 on the Most TD Passes Single Season. Nice stats bro!!!

I can see most of what you said coming true if this offense does what it's supposed to do....but him moving to #2 on the all-time yards category? He isn't going to throw for almost 5,000 yards.......and if he does...we won't come close to the Super Bowl.

kgreen
05-26-2007, 08:48 PM
F***in Neil O'Donnell. I hope Ben breaks his pass yards same with Kordell.

DIESELMAN
05-26-2007, 08:50 PM
I can see most of what you said coming true if this offense does what it's supposed to do....but him moving to #2 on the all-time yards category? He isn't going to throw for almost 5,000 yards.......and if he does...we won't come close to the Super Bowl.
oops....yeah your right, my head ain't working right :lol: Just didn't want to see Kordell up there at #2 :lol:

Black@Gold Forever32
05-26-2007, 08:51 PM
I see Ben around 3500 yards this year. That would place him 4th....It would be nice to see a 4000 yard season but I expect the Steelers still to run the ball also...Just as long as we its all good. But the only reason I want to see Ben have more control of the offense is to find out if he is worthy of being resigned. I'm a Ben homer but I have always been critical of Ben also. I have been saying for a long time that Ben needed to study more film and such. Hopefully he is and will have a kick *** season.

Blitzburgh55
05-26-2007, 10:02 PM
Most Yards Passing Single Game

1. Tommy Maddox-473 (11/10/2002)*
2. Ben Roethlisberger-433 (11/05/2006)
3. Bobby Layne-409 (12/12/1958)
4. Ben Roethlisberger-386 (12/4/2005)
5. Neil O'Donnell-377 (11/12/1995

HAHAHA :P

BlitzburghRockCity
05-27-2007, 12:47 AM
I fully expect Ben to atleast be in 4th place in the all time passing yards by the end of this season. 3rd place isn't out his reach but 4th is definitely a reachable goal for him.

Koopa
05-27-2007, 09:46 PM
ben was on his way to having 6 tds against the falcons before they knocked him the **** out, he was unstoppable, he had 3 touchdowns and no ints, and then they knocked him the **** out, and batch came in and threw 3 more td's, so i'm sure ben would've did the same cause that falcons d just plain out ****ing sucked lol, to bad ours was just as bad cause vick had a career day lol

Black@Gold Forever32
05-27-2007, 09:51 PM
ben was on his way to having 6 tds against the falcons before they knocked him the **** out, he was unstoppable, he had 3 touchdowns and no ints, and then they knocked him the **** out, and batch came in and threw 3 more td's, so i'm sure ben would've did the same cause that falcons d just plain out ****ing sucked lol, to bad ours was just as bad cause vick had a career day lol

I agree Koopa, Ben was on fire that day. Its safe to say Ben would have thrown for 400-450 yards with 5-6 TDs. He was back during that game but when he was knocked out the game with a concussion it set him back once again the following weeks afterwards...

We saw flashes of how good Ben can be his first two years and during some games last year. All he needs is to stay healthy first and bounce back strong. If he studies more film and fine tunes his game then the sky is unlimited for him.:tt02:

K Train
05-27-2007, 10:09 PM
ben was on fire for a few games there