STEELERS PASSING GAME: Pittsburgh coach Mike Tomlin juggled his quarterbacks in Sunday’s loss to the New York Jets, pulling Devlin Hodges in favor of Mason Rudolph, only to go back to Hodges after Rudolph suffered a shoulder injury. Regardless of which quarterback they’ve used, the Steelers have struggled to throw effectively in the absence of Ben Roethlisberger. They rank 31st in the league in passing and 25th in yards per attempt and have not thrown for more than 200 yards in a game since Week 10. Their best wide receiver, JuJu Smith-Schuster returned from a four-week absence to catch two passes against the Jets. With Smith-Schuster hurt, James Washington and Diontae Johnson have been the Steelers’ most productive pass catchers, combining for 1,361 receiving yards. Pittsburgh also throws frequently to running backs James Conner and Jaylen Samuels, who’ve combined for 80 catches on 93 targets.