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#7 Ben Roethlisberger, QB    Fantasy Football Injury Status   IR - Elbow
Pittsburgh Steelers
Height 6' 5"
Weight 240 lbs
Age 37
Birthdate March 2nd 1982
College Miami (Ohio)
Year 2004
Round 1   Pick 11
Season Statistics
YEARGPATT CMPPCTPYDSTDsINT
20041429519666.426211711
20051226816862.72385179
20061547028159.835281823
20071540526565.431583211
20081647028260.033141715
20091550633766.643282612
20101238924061.73200175
20111551332463.240772114
20121344828363.23252258
20131658437564.242612814
20141660840867.14952329
20151246931968.039332116
20161450932864.438192913
20171556136064.242512814
20181667545267.051293416
20192623556.535101
2019 Fantasy Points by Week
Last Game
WeekATTCMPPCTPYDSTDsINTPTS
1472757.4276019
215853.375003
Strength of Schedule
Strength of Schedule is calculated from the opponents projected fantasy points allowed for the QB position. The easiest rating is 1 which gives the player the advantage against the defense and indicates an easy opponent, the most difficult rating is 10 which gives the defense the advantage and indicates a tough opponent.
Fantasy Analysis
Week 14 Projections

Season Projections
Thanks to a boost from JuJu Smith-Schuster's spectacular breakout campaign, Big Ben racked up his best fantasy season ever in 2018. Roethlisberger topped the NFL with a career high in passing yards, becoming just the seventh player in league history to smash through the 5,000-yard barrier. He also led the NFL with new career highs in attempts and completions, and Roethlisberger set a new Steelers franchise record in touchdown passes. Even though he turned 37 in March, Roethlisberger, the fantasy QB3 this past season, is still playing at a high level, but he's a regression candidate. Players rarely match career-best production. While James Conner and Jaylen Samuels should continue to help offset the loss of Le'Veon Bell's (Jets) receiving production (they combined for 81-696-4 receiving in 2018), the departure of Antonio Brown obviously will impact Big Ben's numbers. Since 2014, Brown manufactured at least 25 percent of Roethlisberger's passing yards and at least 30 percent of his touchdown passes each season, but the Pittsburgh gunslinger won't fall off a fantasy cliff. Smith-Schuster has replaced Brown as lead wideout, and Vance McDonald, coming off a career year, has Big Ben's trust. James Washington, due for a second-year leap, and capable Donte Moncrief won't completely fill the production void left behind by Brown, but they should do more than enough to help keep Roethlisberger's stats in the low-end fantasy starter range at the very least. Rookie third-rounder Diontae Johnson, however, isn't expected to see enough regular action to make any major fantasy noise. What about Roethlisberger's history of nagging injuries? He has missed only seven contests in the last six seasons.


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Preseason - IR - Elbow

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