Steelers learn which Browns QB they’ll face on Sunday

With Deshaun Watson out for the season, the Cleveland Browns are reportedly looking to rookie Dorian Thompson-Robinson to lead the team to victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Good luck with that.

Thompson-Robinson, selected in the fifth round out of UCLA, has played in three games with one start. In those games, he’s thrown for 130 yards, no touchdowns and three interceptions. He was sacked four times in his only start versus the Baltimore Ravens and has been on the inactive list for the past two games, with P.J. Walker serving as Watson’s backup.

Save C.J. Stroud, who has all the makings of Rookie of the Year, Pittsburgh is 14-3 versus rookie quarterbacks.

The Pittsburgh Steelers will look to make it 15-3 when they head into Cleveland to take on the Browns on Sunday afternoon.

Story originally appeared on Steelers Wire