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Steelers Burning Questions: Who should be the Steelers starting QB?

With Kenny Pickett’s status up in the air, who should be the team’s quarterback vs. Miami this Sunday?

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The Pittsburgh Steelers are preparing for their Week 7 game vs. the Miami Dolphins, and many fans of the black and gold are starting to see their confidence fluctuate heading deeper into the regular season.

Even after a Week 1 overtime win vs. the Cincinnati Bengals, there were massive questions which remained. Throw in the Week 2 loss to the New England Patriots with a prime time loss to the Cleveland Browns in Week 3, and doubt officially crept into every fans’ minds. When you add in the Steelers falling flat in Week 4 vs. the New York Jets, most fans were beyond fed up.

Shockingly, with Kenny Pickett’s entrance into the lineup vs. the Jets, confidence grew despite a loss in Week 4. The good vibes for Pickett didn’t last after the debacle vs. the Buffalo Bills in Week 5.

With fans about done with having any confidence in the team, the Steelers rebounded in Week 6 to beat the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at home, but needing two quarterbacks to do it. Was the win over Tom Brady and the boys enough to lift the fans’ confidence?

So, with that being said, it is time to ask some key questions to the fan base as the Dolphins game quickly approaches. We call them the ‘Steelers Burning Questions’, and there is one which is consistent every week.

Are you confident in the team moving forward?

Other than that staple question, some other questions can be added to help give readers at BTSC, and Steelers fans in general, a voice in what they think about the team. This week the question is based on the unique situation the Steelers have at quarterback. Mike Tomlin said Kenny Pickett, despite being in the NFL’s concussion protocol, will not be limited this week leading up to the prime time game in Miami. Throw in how Trubisky played in the 4th quarter vs. Tampa Bay, and some fans might be okay seeing Trubisky be the starter this Sunday.

So, the question is...

When both are healthy, who should be the starting QB?

Obviously, the two choices are Trubisky and Pickett.

How do you participate in this exercise? It’s easy. All you have to do is scroll down to the polls and place your vote. The results of the votes will be published on BTSC later in the week, but getting as many votes as possible is the key with the SB Nation Reacts, powered by DraftKings Sportsbook.

So, go ahead in place your votes below, and feel free to explain yourself in the comment section below the article! In the meantime, be sure to stay tuned to BTSC for the latest news and notes surrounding the Steelers as they prepare for the remainder of the regular season.

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