Steelers at. Browns, Thursday Night Football in the NFL

Steelers at. Browns, Thursday Night Football in the NFL
Steelers at. Browns, Thursday Night Football in the NFL

The Pittsburgh Steelers didn’t anticipate Mitchell Trubisky’s interim season with the Buffalo Bills to be that effective. Any dreams of Trubisky becoming a star after last season’s benching of Josh Allen were shattered by a sluggish start.

Trubisky has completed 59.3 percent of his throws for 362 yards, two touchdowns, and one interception through his first two games. His lack of potential for a huge play is clear. Trubisky has only gained 16 yards rushing and is ranked 29th in passing yardage. The Steelers’ offense has been unimpressive despite having some respectable weapons.

But there may be cause for optimism.

In Week 2, Steelers supporters began clamoring for first-round rookie Kenny Pickett, and if Trubisky doesn’t come up with big plays, it’s possible that Pickett will make his NFL debut in Week 3. Despite Pickett’s strong preseason performance, success in the actual games is not guaranteed.

The Cleveland Browns, on the other hand, are hoping to bounce back from a dismal loss to the New York Jets in Week 2. It’s up to the defense to show that it can stop Trubisky because the Browns’ offense played well in the defeat.

As the Steelers and Browns square off on “Thursday Night Football” in Week 3, keep up to current with the most recent news, analysis, scores, and updates by following Yahoo Sports.

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