I'll give the Steelers credit for not putting all their eggs in one basket. They drafted a QB and had a three man competition for the job. Trubisky won but clearly won't be holding it.
My problem is moreso with the NFL media, specifically ESPN, and the way they extend white QB careers by hyping up mediocrity. If you guys watched any offseason ESPN coverage you saw multiple segments on how Trubisky is a changed man, how being a backup for one of the best QBs in the league made him better/more mature, how he's perfect for the Steelers, etc etc etc. Nonstop bullshyt. Ironically last night they faced off against a Browns team led by a pretty good backup QB who happens to be black. A guy who is clearly smart, a great backup, but hasn't panned out as a starter. Nothing wrong with that. Yet you don't see ESPN hyping him as a starter option for teams, you'll never hear an argument for him being "the guy" for a reclamation project etc. That is reserved strictly for white QBs.
Never understand the hybe around him, he couldn't even beat out the QB that was ahead of him at NC and had to wait his senior year to even play one full season.
This is how I knew Daniel Jones was a bumif he was so raw, he wouldn't be playing college football at UNC. I knew he wasn't shyt just off that fact alone.