PITTSBURGH (AP) — Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Mitch Trubisky was overly aggressive with the football, and he knew it. The Steelers lost rookie Kenny Pickett to concussion protocol in the first quarter, and when Trubisky entered the game, he repeatedly moved Pittsburgh deep into Baltimore territory. But three costly interceptions allowed the Ravens to secure a 16-14 win on Sunday.
It’s the second time this season that Pickett has been placed in the concussion protocol. He missed the second half of a win against Tampa Bay on Oct. 16. Trubisky came off the bench and helped Pickett capture his first win as a professional in that Week 6 game, but that wasn’t the case against the Ravens.