The Steelers' QB set a franchise record with his 6 touchdown passes a week ago against the Indianapolis Colts. He finished with 522 yards that day, which is the most in franchise history as well, and 4th-most in NFL history for a single game. Big Ben was 40/49 on that day, and 25/37 on Sunday night, and did not throw an interception.
The former Super Bowl winner is having his best season of his career. He has thrown for 22 touchdown passes and 2,720 yards. He has helped lead his Steelers to a 6-3 start in the AFC North, the only division that every team is over .500. The Ravens fell to 5-4 with the loss, while the Bengals are 5-2-1, and the Browns are 5-3. The Browns and Bengals will square off Thursday night in a pivotal division matchup.
Roethlisberger will have a good chance to continue his dominance, as the Steelers visit the lowly New York Jets this Sunday. The Jets are off to a struggling 1-8 start, and currently sit 18th in the NFL in pass defense. They have given up 2,079 passing yards on the season, and Big Ben looks to add to that number in a big way.