8. Kenny Pickett ranks 29th in completion percentage (60.6) and passer rating (76.3)
Pickett is completing passes above the likes of Andy Dalton, Zach Wilson, and a one-legged Joe Burrow, which is nothing to call home proud about. Justin Fields has completed his throws at a higher clip than Pickett, for example.
The Steelers starter also has bottom-10 averages in yards per pass attempt, air yards per pass attempt, QB rating, QBR, and all other types of stat you can imagine.
Pittsburgh removed Pickett from the injury report on Friday ahead of Week 5 and is expected to name the sophomore the starter for their game against Baltimore.
Call me crazy, but the Ravens are probably happier having to face Pickett than going against backup QB Mitch Trubisky.