It's only three games into the 2022 NFL season, and already the calls for Mitch Trubisky to be replaced as starting quarterback of the Steelers are deafening.
In his team's loss to the Browns on Thursday Night Football in Week 3, the 28-year-old, six-year veteran was underwhelming once again, throwing for 204 yards and no passing touchdowns against a Cleveland defense that had previously been burned by the likes of Baker Mayfield and Joe Flacco.
After a promising first half in which the Steelers scored 14 points, the offense was stuck in neutral for much of the remainder of the night. Pittsburgh punted five times in the game -- three of which came after three-and-outs in the second half.
For many journalists and fans watching the game, Trubisky's underwhelming performance was occasion to call for the promotion of rookie backup Kenny Pickett into the starter's role -- though head coach Mike Tomlin said after the game that a shakeup would not be coming.
Some users also expressed frustration with Pittsburgh offensive coordinator Matt Canada.
Social media being what it is, some simply wanted to dunk on Trubisky, the former No. 2 overall draft pick of Bears: