Kenny Pickett's Miracle Throws Lead Steelers to Victory Over Raiders.

The Pittsburgh Steelers secured a 23-18 victory against the Las Vegas Raiders in a high-stakes game.

Kenny Pickett, the Steelers' quarterback, played a crucial role by throwing two touchdown passes, a significant improvement from his previous performances.

Pickett connected with Calvin Austin III and Pat Freiermuth for touchdowns, accumulating 235 passing yards. The game began with both teams 

striving for dominance, with the Raiders initially taking the lead with a touchdown pass from Jimmy Garoppolo to Devante Adams.

The Steelers quickly responded with a 72-yard touchdown pass from Pickett to Austin, tying the game at 7-7.

Pittsburgh's defense played a pivotal role, with Levi Wallace intercepting Garoppolo in the second quarter.

Chris Boswell's field goals gave the Steelers a 13-7 lead going into halftime.

T.J. Watt's sack on Garoppolo marked his second sack of the game, contributing to a total of four sacks by the Steelers in the game.

The Steelers maintained their lead in the second half, with Boswell kicking a 57-yard field goal.

Despite a late surge by the Raiders, the Steelers held on to secure the victory, with Wallace intercepting Garoppolo once more to seal the win.