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With the Steelers lopsided 38-7 win over the Browns on Sunday, Ben Roethlisberger has surpassed John Elway with 149 career regular-season wins and now ranks fifth all-time in quarterback wins.
This is certainly a huge accomplishment for Roethlisberger as he continues to move up in major statistical categories for quarterbacks on the all-time list. Elway was also Roethlisberger's idol growing up and is the reason why he wears No. 7.
The quarterbacks that have more wins than Roethlisberger on the list are Drew Bress (166), Peyton Manning (186), Brett Favre (186) and Tom Brady (223).
In addition to being top 10 in all-time regular-season quarterback wins, Roethlisberger ranks seventh in passing yards (57,723), eighth in touchdown passes (374) and eighth in completions (4,765). Roethlisberger also ranks sixth all-time in regular-season fourth-quarter comebacks with 32 and is tied for fifth in game-winning drives with 43.
Being that Roethlisberger is top 10 in all these major statistical categories coupled with being a two-time Super Bowl champion, it's hard to see him not being a first-ballot Hall of Famer someday.