Ben Roethlisberger climbs to fifth in history's passing yards

The Steelers quarterback outscored Philip Rivers with a send to Najee Harris that put him with 63,440 career yards.

Ben roethlisberger outplayed his classmate from the 2004 draft, Philip Rivers, on the fifth position in passing yards in NFL history.

The complete 3-yard pass from Roethlisberger to running back Najee Harris in the second quarter of this Sunday’s game Pittsburgh steelers against the Tennessee Titans he gave Roethlisberger39-year-old 63,442 career passing yards to exceed the total of Rivers of 63,440.

Roethlisberger He is already the NFL’s all-time leader in passing yards among players who have spent their entire careers with just one team.

Yes OK Roethlisberger reached out to Rivers, there is no chance that he will climb to the top four unless he plays a few more years.

Brett Favre is fourth on the all-time passing yards list with 71,838.

Peyton Manning came in third with 71,940, Drew Brees is in second with 80,358 and the all-time leader is Tom Brady with 83,338 and counting.