How many times has Terrell Suggs sacks Ben Roethlisberger?
Former Ravens outside linebacker Terrell Suggs sacked Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger 17 times on his way to his career total of 139, which ranks eighth all-time. (Baltimore Sun photo by Gene Sweeney Jr.)
Why did Roethlisberger get suspended in 2010?
Roethlisberger, accused of sexual assault by a 20-year-old college student after an encounter in a Georgia bar, became the first N.F.L. player to be suspended under the personal-conduct policy while never having been charged with a crime.
When did Ben Roethlisberger start his first game?
Check out Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger’s debut in the second half against the Baltimore Ravens in 2004.
Who broke Roethlisberger’s nose?
Even in Retirement, Haloti Ngata Looks Back Fondly on Breaking Ben Roethlisberger’s Nose. Haloti Ngata made a lot of big plays during his 13-year career. From 2006-2018, he was the NFL’s only defensive tackle to record at least 30 sacks and five interceptions.
What is Big Bens record against the Ravens?
Roethlisberger finished his career with an 19–11 record against Baltimore, which also includes two wins and one loss in the playoffs against the Ravens.
What is Ben Roethlisberger’s record against the Cleveland Browns?
Ben Roethlisberger had a record of 26-3-1 in the regular-season and playoffs against the Browns in his career.
How did Roethlisberger not go to jail?
Both cases were dismissed, Roethlisberger wasn’t charged with anything and all parties involved seem to have moved on from a 2008 incident in Nevada (a civil suit) and a 2010 incident in Georgia (where an investigation resulted in no charges being filed).
What was Zeke suspended for?
Elliott, a two-time Pro Bowl selection who twice has led the NFL in rushing, was suspended six games in 2017 for violating the NFL’s personal conduct policy following an investigating into domestic violence allegations made by his ex-girlfriend in July 2016.
Did Roethlisberger start his rookie year?
As a rookie, he went 13–0 in the regular season (14–1 including playoffs) as a starting quarterback, helping the Steelers become the first AFC team to have 15 wins (2–1 under Maddox [first two and last game], 13–0 under Roethlisberger) in a single regular season, surpassing former Steeler Mike Kruczek for the record …