​Josh Dobbs' first NFL game didn't get off to a great start. The former Tennessee Vols signal-caller threw two interceptions in the first half, and looked to be held without a score in his first half hour of professional football.

And then, the Steelers got a little lucky. Pittsburgh recovered a fumbled punt by the Giants, and Dobbs led them on a TD drive via quick strike to Coby Hamilton.

How quickly things can change in the NFL. Just like that, and Dobbs has his first career TD pass...at least in the preseason.

Steeler fans have been clamoring for Dobbs to get more opportunities over current backup Landry Jones, and they're getting a chance to see what he can do early on against a solid pass defense.

Dobbs isn't passing with flying colors, but he is just a rookie, after all.