Steelers quarterback Ben Roemer has said that he believes that he is one of only four players in NFL history with at least 850 career passing yards.
However, the Steelers quarterback said on Monday that he does not feel like the most talented player in the league.
During an interview with The Players Tribune, Roemer told host Chris Hardwick that he was disappointed in the team’s lack of success and that he feels like he is not as good as some of his peers.
“I think that I’m not as great as some people think, but there’s nothing I can do about that,” Roemer said.
“It’s a feeling.
It’s not really a question of what I can’t do.
It comes from where you are in life.
When you’re at your best, it’s hard to be better than that.
I feel that way.”
Roemer is one step closer to his goal of becoming the all-time leading passer in NFL passing yards and points, which currently sits at 2,816.
He is tied with Peyton Manning for second place behind the Indianapolis Colts’ Andrew Luck.