It looks like the Pittsburgh Steelers should play speculating games all week with regards to planning for which Dallas Cowboys quarterback they will look out and about Sunday.

After veteran Cowboys backup quarterback Andy Dalton was placed on the team’s Reserve/COVID-19 list on Tuesday, most accepted that newbie quarterback Ben DiNucci would be the one to begin against the Steelers at home on Sunday since he had begun the team’s Week 8 game against the Philadelphia Eagles. Things being what they are, DiNucci probably won’t end up being active for that game. In the event that he is active, it seems like he’ll back up either Garrett Gilbert or Cooper Rush.

Rush, who was signed to the Cowboys practice squad seven days back, was really with the Cowboys until they signed Dalton the previous spring. For his NFL career, Rush has endeavored only three passes and finished only one for 2 yards.

Concerning Gilbert, who the Cowboys signed from the Cleveland Browns practice squad in October, he has now spent time with seven distinctive NFL teams since he went undrafted in 2014. The majority of his snaps as a professional came in 2019 and with the Orlando Apollos of the now-ancient AAF league.

Gilbert, who was initially selected in the 6th round of the 2014 NFL Draft by the St. Louis Rams, has endeavored only six careers NFL passes and finished only two for 40 yards. He last endeavored an NFL pass as an individual from the Cleveland Browns in the Week 13 game against the Steelers.

The Steelers are right now 13.5-point street top picks over the Cowboys as Tuesday slows down. Prior on Tuesday, Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin showed during his press conference that the team was planning to confront Dalton on Sunday. Dalton, who had missed the Cowboys Week 8 game with a concussion, was put on the Cowboys Reserve/COVID-19 rundown not long after Tomlins press conference had finished.

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