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Cleveland…during the regular season, finished in the top-10 in the NFL in three-touchdown games (7, T-3rd), passing touchdowns (29, 6th), pass plays of 25 yards or more (33, 8th) and 300-yard passing games (4, T-10th)…has thrown at least 20 touchdowns in six straight seasons, a team record…reached 3,500 passing yards for the fourth straight season, extending his team record…started all three postseason games, setting the Steelers’ record for most playoff games played (20). Arizona and 10/25 at Kansas City…totaled 3,938 passing yards and 21 touchdowns during the regular season…started both postseason contests, finishing with a 93.3 passer rating, the second-highest in a single postseason in his career.
COLLEGE: Was a three-year starter at Miami (Ohio) from 2001-03…rewrote virtually every school passing record in just 38 games…completed 854-of-1,304 passes (65.5%) for 10,829 yards with 84 touchdowns…set another Red Hawks’ career record with 11,075 yards of total offense…became only the third player in Mid-American Conference history to throw for over 3,000 yards in three seasons and became the 10th QB in conference annals to throw for over 10,000 yards in his career…became only the eighth player in school history to earn All-America honors…also handled some punting duties, punting 24 times for 963 yards (40.1 avg.), with 17 attempts downed inside the opponent’s 20-yard line…in 2003, he was an All-American first-team selection by The NFL Draft Report, and he earned third-team honors from the Associated Press, while earning All-MAC first team honors and being named the conference’s Most Valuable Player and Offensive Player of the Year…he guided the team to its first bowl appearance since 1986 and its first postseason victory in 28 seasons in 2003…in 2002, earned All-American honorable mention honors and was an All-MAC second-team pick by The NFL Draft Report, adding second-team All-MAC honors from the league’s media…in 2001, earned first-team Football Writer’s Association of America Freshman All-America honors, was named second-team All-MAC and became the first Red Hawk to earn MAC Freshman of the Year since Deland Mc Cullough in 1992…earned a bachelor’s degree in education.Baltimore…became the first QB in team history to throw for at least 30 touchdowns in two seasons (20)…became the first QB in team history to throw for at least 4,000 yards in back-to-back seasons…his 4,952 passing yards tied for the league lead (Drew Brees), and he joined Jim Finks (2,270 yards in 1955) as the only QBs in team history to lead or tie for the NFL lead in passing yards.2013 (16-16): Named offensive team captain for the fifth year…started all 16 games for the second time in his career (2008)…tied Terry Bradshaw (11/28 at Baltimore) and passed Bradshaw (12/8 vs.2006 (15-15): Started every game but the season opener (inactive due to an appendectomy)…his 15 starts were the most in a single season in his career at the time…tied his single-season career-high with an 8.9 yards per attempt average.2005 (12-12/4-4): Made 12 starts during the regular season…missed four games due to a knee injury (10/16 vs. Cleveland and 11/20 at Baltimore)….started all four postseason contests…became the youngest starting QB in NFL history to win a Super Bowl…guided the Steelers to their first Super Bowl victory in 26 years…became the first QB in league history to lead his team to the Conference Championship Game in each of his first two seasons…finished third in the NFL with a 98.6 passer rating during the regular season.