Who is the Steelers QB in 2022?
Is a 60% passer with 16 TDS and 11 INTs in 3 years. Not ideal, but he is still only 26 and knows the Steeler's offense.
Has the strongest arm in the draft and draws comparisons to Lamar Jackson. The Steelers could draft him at #20.
His stats at Liberty were 2,857 passing yards, 151.1 QB rating, 27-12 TD-INT, 878 rushing yards, and 13 rushing touchdowns.
The Ohio State QB has been signed from the practice squad and will be given a chance to compete for the starting role.
He has even worse stats than Rudolph (12 TD-14 INT), but still retains strong upside if he can buckle down and learn the game.
Wilson is publicly disgruntled with the Seahawks and wants to win a ring. He sees Tom Brady and Matt Stafford jumping ship to win, and will no doubt be trying to engineer a similar move.
Wilson has played well in the face of constant pressure, getting only 6 INTs from 33 sacks while throwing 25 TDs. If the Steelers adopt a win-now mentality, going all in for Russell could work.
The 49ers QB could be had for less trade capital than other leading names and would be a vast improvement over Rudolph or Haskins.
The only question is if Jimmy G will suffer from leaving the Shanahan System. Matt Ryan never reached his Superbowl heights after parting from Shanahan, and Jimmy G might suffer a similar fate.
A new era is dawning in Las Vegas after the Gruden exit and Carr could head to greener pastures to win now. The Steelers would have to sacrifice 3 prime draft picks to get him.
He remains a very capable QB who plays well in the face of pressure. He is mobile and can improvise, things the Steelers value. But can the Steelers sacrifice 3 prime picks and still build their team?
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