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Steelers Grades vs. Colts: Snell, Pierre Shine When Needed (+)

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Steelers RB Benny Snell

The Pittsburgh Steelers got back in the win column with a promising performance on Monday Night Football, beating the Indianapolis Colts, 24-17 on late Benny Snell touchdown and a last-minute defensive stand. Like always, let’s break down who deserves the credit for the win and who should be nervous when turning on the film this week.

QUARTERBACK

Kenny Pickett’s PFF grade¬†shot through the roof in Monday night’s victory, while his passer rating and adjusted net yards per attempt simply showed continual but steady growth.

QB Mitch Trubisky 0 0%
QB Kenny Pickett 69 100%

PFF Grade, week-by-week

Pickett, Indianapolis, 88.5
Trubisky, Cleveland 80.3
Trubisky, Tampa Bay, 78.8
Pickett, Saints, 67.1
Pickett, NY Jets, 66.9
Pickett, Buffalo, 65.8
Pickett, Miami, 65.6
Trubisky, at Cincinnati, 62
Trubisky, New England, 61.6
Trubisky, NY Jets, 60.7
Pickett, Cincinnati, 55.9
Pickett, Eagles, 51.9
Pickett, Tampa Bay, 49.5

RUNNING BACK

Don’t draft running backs in the first round reason 71642: Najee Harris left the game with an abdominal injury and former fourth-round pick Benny Snell, third on the depth chart, without a carry to this point in the season, had a better grade (78.6) than Harris has had all season.

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