QB - Pittsburgh Steelers
Steelers' coach Mike Tomlin confirmed Mason Rudolph will start again on Sunday against the Bills.
This comes as no surprise with the play of Rudolph to close the regular season. He has added a lot more down field throws to this Steelers offense, particularly to George Pickens. He'll try and lead Pittsburgh to a big upset win over Buffalo this weekend.
Steelers' coach Mike Tomlin told reporters that while Kenny Pickett's health is not in question, Mason Rudolph will start on Sunday against the Ravens.
It makes sense with Rudolph leading Pittsburgh to back-to-back wins these past two weeks. The Steelers remain in the playoff hunt, but they will need some help along the way.
Mason Rudolph completed 18-of-24 passes for 274 yards in the Steelers' 30-23 win over the Seahawks.
Rudolph did not throw a touchdown, but he also didn't turn the ball over. He has led Pittsburgh to two straight wins and could remain under center next week against Baltimore.
Mason Rudolph will make his second straight start on Sunday against the Seahawks.
Rudolph led the Steelers' to a win last week where he threw for 290 yards and two touchdowns against the Bengals. He will remain worth consideration as a QB2 play in superflex and 2-QB leagues this week.
Steelers' coach Mike Tomlin said Mason Rudolph is the starter as of Tuesday.
"Mason Rudolph has the ball as we stand here today," Tomlin told reporters. He threw for 290 yards and two touchdowns this past weekend against the Bengals. He gets the Seahawks on the road this weekend if he remains the starter for Pittsburgh.