Backup Quarterback’s Faith Keeps Him Going
In a recent post-game interview, Pittsburgh Steelers’ backup quarterback, Mason Rudolph, spoke about the role his faith played in keeping him motivated during challenging times. Despite facing setbacks and competition for his position, Rudolph expressed gratitude to his Creator, Jesus Christ, for the opportunity to play the game and for carrying him through dark moments.
Rudolph’s Journey with the Steelers
Mason Rudolph has been with the Pittsburgh Steelers since 2018, serving as the backup to Ben Roethlisberger for most of his career. However, in recent years, he had to compete to maintain his backup role against Mitchell Trubisky, after losing the starting job to Kenny Pickett. Rudolph’s determination led him to sign a one-year deal in the offseason to remain with the Steelers.
A Win as an Early Christmas Gift
After a recent victory, Rudolph was asked how it felt to receive the win as an early Christmas gift. Reflecting on the question, he humorously replied, “I don’t know. I got a treehouse when I was 12. This is definitely up there, though.”
Playoff Standings and the Steelers
With a current season record of 8-7, the Pittsburgh Steelers currently sit in ninth place in the AFC playoff standings. As the regular season draws to a close, the team will continue to battle for a spot in the playoffs.
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