AFC North QB Power Rankings: Joe Burrow leads the pack

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4. Mitchell Trubisky

A lot of people laughed at the Steelers when they signed Mitchell Trubisky to a two-year deal in free agency but I wasn’t one of them. Trubisky definitely didn’t live up to his second overall pick status but he’s not a bad quarterback by any means. He’s also joining a team that is always a contender even if their roster isn’t in the best shape.

Trubisky’s best year came in the 2018 season when he helped lead the Bears to an AFC North title and a playoff appearance. He also got them to the postseason in the 2020 season as well but that was a pretty forgettable season for the North Carolina product.

Trubisky is a quarterback who, if the team’s defense is above average, can do enough to not lose games. He isn’t someone who is going to win the game on his own though but for a team like the Steelers, he should be able to do enough to keep them competitive.