Found July 09, 2013 on Steelers Depot:
Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger has certainly taken a lot of sacks over the course of his career, and he currently sits ranked 23rd all-time with 344 of them, according to Pro Football Reference. 39 of those career sacks that Roethlisberger has taken have come inside the red zone and when you couple that with the 14 career interceptions he has thrown inside the opposition's 20 yard-line, his 9.8% sack-interception per drop back number ranks him 7th worst since 2004 when compared to the other quarterbacks that have at least 219 drop backs during that same span of time. In 2012, Read more [...]
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