Kenny Pickett's stellar performance leads the Pittsburgh Steelers to a 23-18 victory against the Las Vegas Raiders in a thrilling matchup.

Kenny Pickett's precision passing game shines with 235 yards and two touchdowns, propelling the Steelers to their first road win against the Raiders since 1995.

Despite trailing 23-7 going into the fourth quarter, the Las Vegas Raiders launch a valiant comeback effort against the Steelers.

In the final minutes, Coach Josh McDaniels chooses a field goal over a fourth-and-4 attempt, narrowing the gap to just five points.

T.J. Watt records two of the Steelers' four sacks, making a significant impact on the game after his recent game-winning touchdown against the Cleveland Browns.

Jimmy Garoppolo throws for 324 yards and two touchdowns, both to star receiver Davante Adams, who finishes with an impressive 13 receptions for 172 yards.

Josh Jacobs, the reigning NFL rushing champion, faces another tough game, managing just 62 yards on 17 carries, totaling only 106 yards through three games.

Najee Harris delivers a strong performance for the Steelers, gaining 65 yards on 19 rushes, a notable improvement from his previous games.

Patrick Peterson's crucial interception turns the tide in favor of the Steelers, leading to a touchdown pass to tight end Pat Freiermuth for a 23-7 lead.

Las Vegas stages a late-game rally, closing the gap to 23-18, but the Steelers secure the win as Daniel Carlson makes a 26-yard field goal with 2:22 remaining, marking a significant milestone in his career.