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"The two-minute drill is like the ultimate competitor's dream,'' Dobbs told the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. "It's you against the defense. We had a ton of third-down conversions on that drive. It definitely felt great to cap off that first half with the two-minute drive for a touchdown."
Dobbs played his college football at the University of Tennessee and was a fourth round draft pick by the Steelers in 2017. The 6-foot-3 north Fulton County native didn't see the field during a regular season game last year, relegated to third string behind Jones and Roethlisberger.
Even with added competition from Rudolph, a rookie, Dobbs is going to continue to put up a fight for a spot on the Steelers' roster. If he continues his solid play in the preseason, he won't make the decision easy for the Steelers when cut-day comes.
"I am just competing," Dobbs told The Athletic. "Every time I step on the field, I am competing. That's my mentality. I am competitive so anytime I get the opportunity, I am trying to drive the ball down the field every single drive I get."
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