P. Manning Vs Roethlisberger: Who's Better

Fritzie J. McBritchesContributor IFebruary 11, 2010

MIAMI GARDENS, FL - FEBRUARY 07:  Quarterback Peyton Manning #18 of the Indianapolis Colts hands off the ball against the New Orleans Saints during Super Bowl XLIV on February 7, 2010 at Sun Life Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida.  (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)
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Before starting this article, I would like to state that I am not biased towards either quarterback.  I am not going to state my opinion that is for you, the reader, to do.

After Peyton Manning lost Super Bowl XLIV, many questions arose to whether Ben Roethlisberger is the better quarterback.  In order to settle this argument, the stats will be broken down to give an idea as to who is better, Manning or Roethlisberger.

To be fair, we will be breaking down the stats for the first six years of their careers.

Touchdowns:

Manning- 167 Tds.

Roethlisberger- 127 Tds.

Interceptions:

Manning- 110 Ints.

Roethlisberger- 81 Ints.

Completion Percentage:

Manning- 62.90 %

Roethlisberger- 63.3%

Passer Rating:

Manning- 88.08

Roethlisberger- 91.7

Yardage:

Manning- 24885 yards

Roethlisberger- 19302 yards

Completions:

Manning- 2128 Completions

Roethlisberger-1526 Completions

Attempts:

Manning- 3383 Attempts

Roethlisberger- 2411 Attempts


Games Played:

Manning- 96 Games

Roethlisberger- 87 Games

Playoff Record:

Manning- 2 wins 4 losses

Roethlisberger- 8 wins 2 losses

Super Bowl Record:

Manning- No Apperance

Roethlisberger- 2 wins 0 loss

It's time to decide, who is better?

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