The Steelers quarterback joined the select group with a 45-yard touchdown delivery for Diontae Johnson in the first quarter against the Packers.
Ben roethlisberger this afternoon became the eighth quarterback to reach 400 touchdown passes with a 45-yard touchdown delivery for Diontae johnson in the first quarter of the game in front of the Green bay packers.
For Roethlisberger, was his fourth touchdown pass of the season.
Of the seven previous passers who surpassed the 400 touchdowns per pass mark, three are already in the field. Professional Football Hall of Fame: Peyton manning (539), Brett favre (508) and Dan Marino (420).
In addition, two others remain in force as active quarterbacks, including this afternoon’s rival for the Steelers, Aaron Rodgers, who came into the game with 418. Rodgers It didn’t take long to add to his total, with a scoring submission for Randall Cobb 23 yards that took him to 419, and another for the same Cobb in the third period to reach 420 of Marine.
Tom brady holds the all-time record with 591, leading up to the game in which his Tampa Bay Buccaneers visit the New England Patriots in the night.
The other pins on the list are Drew brees (571), and Philip Rivers (421).
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