Entering Week 13, Ben Roethlisberger's Pittsburgh Steelers remain the NFL's only unbeaten team at 11-0. However, that doesn't mean head coach Mike Tomlin's squad hasn't faced its fair share of curveballs during the 2020 season.

Following the Steelers' ugly 19-14 thrice-postponed Week 12 victory on Wednesday against rival Baltimore Ravens, quarterback Ben Roethlisberger's status for Pittsburgh's next game, against the Washington Football Team, which was pushed back to Monday is now up in the air.

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On Saturday, the 38-year-old QB was placed on the team's injury report and was officially listed as questionable for Monday's contest.

The precise injury that has jeopardized his availability for Week 13 is unclear, but the two-time Super Bowl winner has been dealing with a nagging hip injury throughout the season.

Roethlisberger could simply be resting the hip ahead of the matchup with Washington. The experienced QB thrived in Pittsburgh's 38-10 Week 9 blowout over the Cincinnati Bengals on Nov. 15, despite missing a week of practice beforehand after being placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list.

Despite the win on Wednesday amid unprecedented circumstances, Tomlin was not pleased with his team, calling the performance “junior varsity.”

Since suffering a season-ending elbow injury in 2019 after just two starts, Roethlisberger has started all 11 games for Pittsburgh in 2020—his 17th season. Big Ben has thrown for 25 touchdowns against six interceptions, with a 99.0 passer rating and 67.5% completion percentage.

If Roethlisberger can't take the field to face DE Chase Young and the Washington defense, QB Mason Rudolph will get the start for the Steelers. Rudolph started eight games for Pittsburgh in 2019, throwing 13 touchdowns and nine interceptions.