Mike Tomlin hasn't committed to a quarterback going forward, but the Pittsburgh Steelers will reportedly stick with Kenny Pickett for the remainder of 2022.

Pickett replaced Mitch Trubisky at halftime of Week 4's loss to the New York Jets. He's expected to make his first career start this weekend against the Buffalo Bills.

Tomlin said after Sunday's game that he pulled Trubisky because the offense needed a "spark."

Drafted 20th overall out of Pitt, the 24-year-old Pickett went 10 of 13 against the Jets, throwing three interceptions but rushing for two touchdowns.