Mitch Trubisky did not have a good game on Sunday against the New England Patriots.
Trubisky had a tough day on the field Sunday and it was made no easier by the home fans when they chanted “Kenny” repeatedly. The fans were calling for rookie quarterback Kenny Pickett to take over but Trubisky was never replaced in the 17–14 loss.
After the game, Trubisky addressed the chants.
“It is what it is,” he said. You just block it out and continue to play football.”
Pickett was the first quarterback selected in the 2022 draft and is the presumed signal-caller of the future for Pittsburgh. However, Trubisky won the job this offseason.
The former No. 2 pick by the Bears in 2017 has had a difficult start to his career.
On Sunday, Trubisky finished with just 168 passing yards along with one touchdown and one interception.
“We can be better at everything,” Trubisky said. “I can be better with decision making. We had some missed opportunities with missed throws. We had a couple where we weren’t on the same page. Bottom line, we’ve got to score more points.”
Trubisky is clearly not the long-term QB solution, but he is what they have right now.WANT MORE FROM TOTALPROSPORTS? FOLLOW US ON GOOGLE NEWS.