Mitch Trubisky will start at QB for the Steelers in Week 15 with Kenny Pickett still recovering from ankle surgery.
Trubisky stepped in last week after Pickett's injury, going 22 of 35 for 190 yards with 1 TD and 1 INT in a loss.
Coach Mike Tomlin felt Trubisky improved during the last game and expects him to play better with a full week of starter prep.
Top Steelers pass rushers T.J. Watt and Alex Highsmith remain in concussion protocol.
At 7-6, the Steelers are currently the AFC’s 6th playoff seed.
But 5 other AFC teams also have 7-6 records, making the conference race tight.
The Steelers need a victory over the Colts to stay ahead in the AFC playoff picture.
Beating Indy is crucial with so many teams fighting for wild card spots.
By Jessica S. Norris