Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger had yet another historic Sunday.

On Sunday (Nov. 2), he threw for 340 yards and six TDs, setting an NFL record for touchdown passes in consecutive games, en route to his team’s 43-23 victory over the Baltimore Ravens.

It comes just a week after passing for a franchise-record six touchdowns against Indianapolis. His 12 touchdown passes over the last two games broke the mark of 11 set by Tom Flores for Oakland in the AFL in 1963, and matched by New England’s Tom Brady in 2007.

“It’s unbelievable,” Pittsburgh defensive end Cameron Heyward said, according to ESPN. “He’s on a run right now.”

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