There is a new starting quarterback for the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Kenny Pickett, a rookie, replaced veteran starter Mitch Trubisky in Sunday's loss to the Jets, making his NFL debut.

Pickett ran for two touchdowns and completed 10 of 13 throws for 120 yards in the 24-20 defeat, but he also threw three interceptions.

Jordan Whitehead tipped and intercepted Pickett's deep pass to Chase Claypool on his first career pass attempt.

Pickett scored his first touchdown in the NFL during his second drive, a scramble into the end zone.

Mike Tomlin, the head coach, admitted following the game that he was still unsure of who would start. However, it appears that Pickett has already made up his mind.

Kenneth Shane Pickett is the  quarterback of Pittsburgh Steelers of the National Football League.

The Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award was given to Pickett as a senior at the University of Pittsburgh, where he played collegiate football.

In the first round of the 2022 NFL Draft, the Steelers selected Pickett.

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