Devlin Hodges made his first NFL regular-season appearance in the Steelers' 26-23 loss to the Ravens at Heinz Field on Sunday. He had an impressive showing at Saint Vincent College as the best fourth string quarterback I've seen invited to Steelers' training camp.
He followed that up with a good preseason, only to be cut from the team before the season began. But now he's back, and is set to make his first NFL start despite being an undrafted rookie from Samford, a program that plays in the Football Championship Subdivision.
Let's look at why the Steelers are sticking with Hodges for now: