Steelers QB Kenny Pickett leaves loss to Texans with knee injury 


Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Kenny Pickett suffered a knee injury during a 30-6 loss to the Houston Texans after an awkward sack by Jonathan Greenard. 

Pickett was unable to continue and was replaced by backup Mitch Trubisky, who had limited success in his absence. 

The specifics of Pickett's knee injury are not yet known, and he was having an up-and-down season before the injury. 

Despite Pickett's presence for most of the game, the Texans dominated, with rookie QB C.J. Stroud leading the way. 

Stroud had a solid performance with 306 yards passing and two touchdowns, while Nico Collins and others contributed to the Texans' offensive success. 

The Texans have now won two consecutive games, including a blowout win over the Jacksonville Jaguars in the previous week. 

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