Why lose with Mitch Trubisky when you can see what Kenny Pickett can do! – Chris Canty | Get Up

Why lose with mitch trubisky when you can see what kenny pickett can do! - chris canty | get up

ESPN published this video item, entitled “Why lose with Mitch Trubisky when you can see what Kenny Pickett can do! – Chris Canty | Get Up” – below is their description.

The Get Up crew debates if the Steelers should bench Mitch Trubisky for Kenny Pickett.


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