This one is the most obtainable of all of Big Ben’s metrics. Kenny Pickett should be able to easily break Ben’s rushing total. If 2022 proved anything about Kenny Pickett, he rushes the ball more efficiently than Big Ben did. It’s not that Ben couldn’t rush the ball, but his running ability didn’t translate into running it downfield but rather avoiding a sack keeping the play alive, and throwing a touchdown or a big completion. Just averaging the 237 yards he rushed for in 2022, he surpasses Ben’s rushing total in 4.79 seasons. If he averages about 325 rushing yards a season, he can eclipse Ben’s rushing total in 3.49 seasons.
Big Ben tossed 418 touchdowns in his career and ran for another 20. Well, he can easily catch Ben’s rushing touchdown mark, as he is a fairly mobile quarterback in the rushing department comparatively. He only needs to average three rushing touchdowns a season, and he can break that mark in 5.66 seasons.
Reaching Big Ben’s passing touchdown mark is well a bit more of a feat for Pickett. While he tossed seven in his rookie season, he still needs 411 to go. With his total of seven passing touchdowns in 2022 Pickett needs 58.71 seasons to pass Ben’s total, but again it’s realistic to assume he should toss more than that in future seasons. Thus, he needs to throw about 35 touchdowns a season, and he would surpass Ben’s passing touchdown total in 11.74 seasons. A daunting task, to say the least.