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The Pitt Stop: The Answer to Pitt’s Struggles, Kenny Pickett Being Polarizing

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Who’s more to blame the most for Pitt’s season not going the way they hoped? Has Pat Narduzzi lost the goodwill he claimed last season already? Should Kedon Slovis continue to start and why has he been a bust so far? Could it be that offensive coordinator Frank Cignetti and Slovis just aren’t the right fit?

Mike Asti and Mike Vukovcan get into all these topics and then also debate the polarizing life of Kenny Pickett and his recent struggles? How should his play be evaluated and what’s the best result for the Steelers the rest of the season? Mike and Mike’s thoughts on that one may surprise you.

Sandy Schall, Coldwell Banker
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JimboG
JimboG
1 month ago

I would argue that Kenny Pickett is playing on par with reasonable expectations (i.e., the expectations of people that have a clue when it comes to football). There are Steeler fans that will argue against the pick of a QB – any QB – in round 1 this year, given other needs. And that’s a legitimate point of view. But I would hardly call him polarizing. Steeler fans are pulling for him to be great, and eventually, he will be.

Dukes

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