The Pittsburgh Steelers fell to 1-3 on Sunday after losing 24-20 to the New York Jets.

Pittsburgh’s loss, however, was far from the big story of the game.

In the second half, Mike Tomlin benched Steelers quarterback Mitch Trubisky in favor of rookie Kenny Pickett.

Pickett proceeded to throw for 120 yards on 10-of-13 passing. He also threw three interceptions.

Those three interceptions led to a few headlines like this one:

Whoever wrote that headline — “Kenny puts the Pick in Pickett with three INTs” — obviously didn’t watch the Steelers’ game on Sunday afternoon.

Because if they did, they wouldn’t have used that headline.

Pickett’s first interception — which came on his first pass attempt — was a 50/50 ball that was tipped. Nothing about the interception was on Pickett.

And his third interception came on a Hail Mary attempt at the end of the game.

The only interception that was somewhat on Pickett was a pass he tried to get to tight end Pat Freiermuth, which should’ve been caught.

Pickett took the blame for the interception after the game.

Pickett would’ve been wise to just throw that one away, but he put the ball in a catchable spot. Freiermuth just didn’t make the play.

So no, Kenny didn’t put the Pick in Pickett. He just had some bad luck. And anyone watching the game would’ve noticed that.

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