It's been a troublesome tenderfoot season for Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Kenny Pickett without a doubt. However, he's recognizing that significant enhancements should be made.
Addressing the media this week, Pickett communicated positive thinking that he'll have the option to improve as time passes by. While he doesn't completely accept that he's where he should be,
he acknowledged that he really wants to quit taking sacks when the group is in field objective range."It will keep on improving," Pickett said, through ProFootballTalk.
"I'm no place where I want or need to be. It's daily at a time. There are things we loved that I've done that I can keep on enhancing.
There are things I can get much better at. Understanding what those things are and finding out and proceeding to go after it."
Pickett has taken 18 sacks in only five beginnings, 12 of which came in the last two games alone.
Sunday's success over the Holy people was made more troublesome by the group getting taken out of more limited field objective reach after Pickett took large sacks.
In 5.5 games, Kenny Pickett has finished 66.7-percent of his passes for 1,161 yards and two scores however with eight captures.
Obviously there are a larger number of regions that need improvement than simply the sack-taking. However, recognizing the issue is the fundamental initial step.
Can Pickett fix these issues before the finish of the time? Or on the other hand will he want another offseason to address them first?