Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Mitch Trubisky had an impressive streak end on Sunday against the New England Patriots.
In the first quarter, Trubisky threw an interception.
It was his first interception as a member of the Steelers — dating back to preseason action.
That’s one of the reasons that Mike Tomlin preferred to roll with Trubisky — he takes care of the ball thanks to his previous starting experience.
The bad news, however, is that Trubisky’s interception was the result of a terrible decision.
Trubisky’s first interception as a Steeler comes off a pretty awful decision. VERY VERY tight window to try fitting that into.— Daniel Valente (@StatsGuyDaniel) September 18, 2022
Trubisky had Pickens wide open for a first down.
That's a TERRIBLE read by Mitch Trubisky. Had George Pickens wide open in the flat on 1st down. Chose instead to try to split a linebacker and safety. Proves costly with his first interception thrown with the #Steelers.— Christopher Carter (@CarterCritiques) September 18, 2022
Trubisky’s downfall has been field vision at times. He’ll have to improve in that area if the Steelers are going to make the playoffs.
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