Raiders vs Steelers NFL live stream reddit for Sunday Night Football

The Las Vegas Raiders, coming over a thrilling overtime victory on Monday night over the Baltimore Ravens, try to make it two in a row against the AFC North when they travel to Pittsburgh to take on the Steelers. CBS will be broadcasting Sunday’s NFL game between Las Vegas Raiders and Pittsburgh Steelers. Kickoff is set for 1:00 p.m. ET at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

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Derek Carr threw for 435 yards, including a 31-yard touchdown pass Zay Jones in overtime to give the Raiders a 33-27 win as they overcame an early two-touchdown deficit.

Pittsburgh is coming off its own impressive victory in Week 1, a 23-16 road triumph over the Buffalo Bills. All-Pro T.J. Watt had two sacks and a forced fumble for the Steelers, and the special teams cashed in, scoring on blocked punt return.

The Raiders vs Steelers live stream features Pittsburgh and Vegas teams who probably never thought they would have to go through the lengths and circumstances then did to be 1-0 after week one. Who will move to 2-0 following this this NFL live stream?

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The Steelers trailed the Bills by 10 points at halftime in Buffalo before coming alive in the fourth quarter. Ben Roethlisberger hit Diontae Jones for a five-yard touchdown, then Pittsburgh blocked a Bills’ punt attempt and Ulysees Gilbert returned it nine-yards for a touchdown. Steelers would add a field goal as they came back to outscore the Bills by 23-6 in the second half en route to their first win of the season.

The Raiders are also coming off a thriller after beating the Ravens in overtime 33-27 to open up Monday Night Football. Baltimore lead14-0 by the 8:52 mark of the second quarter, but Derek Carr and the Raiders just wouldn’t go away. After fighting back to tie the score at 17, then at 24, then against at 27, the Raiders forced overtime where Carr hit Zay Jones for a 31-yard touchdown pass and the walk-off win.

Mike Tomlin and his coaching staff will likely structure their defensive gameplan around stopping Raiders’ tight end Darren Waller, a guy who Raiders’ coach Jon Gruden called “the best player he’s ever coached.”

Waller pulled in 10 catches for 105 yards and a touchdown against the Ravens. Meanwhile, the offensive minded Gruden will try to help his offense locate and avoid T.J. Watt who led the league in sacks last season with 15 and tallied two against the Bills last week.

The Steelers are a 5.5-point favorite against the Raiders. The over/under is 47.

The Pittsburgh Steelers will take on the Las Vegas Raiders at 1 p.m. ET Sunday at home. Coming off of a win even when the odds were against them, Pittsburgh has to be feeling especially confident now that the spread is in their favor.

The Steelers netted a 23-16 win over the Buffalo Bills last week. No one had a standout game offensively for Pittsburgh, but they got one touchdown from WR Diontae Johnson. QB Ben Roethlisberger ended up with a passer rating of 115.90.

Special teams collected 11 points for Pittsburgh. K Chris Boswell delivered a perfect 3-for-3 game.

Meanwhile, it may have taken overtime to finish the job, but Las Vegas ultimately got the result they were hoping for last Monday with a 33-27 victory over the Baltimore Ravens. Las Vegas got their victory on the backs of several key players, and it was QB Derek Carr out in front passing for two TDs and 435 yards on 56 attempts. Carr ended up with a passer rating of 134.20.

Their wins lifted both teams to an identical 1-0. Watch the matchup and check back on CBS Sports to find out who keeps up the positive energy and who hits a stumbling block.

Last week, the Steelers faced a favored Buffalo Bills team led by Josh Allen. After a dismal start that included allowing a 75 yard kickoff return by Isaiah McKenzie, the Steelers steeled themselves (get it?) and rallied back from a 10-0 deficit to a 23-16 victory, largely in part to a momentous 17-point 4th quarter.

The Las Vegas Raiders snatched victories from the jaws of defeat last week as well when they conquered the Baltimore Ravens in a thrilling overtime nail-biter. Despite a rough start (I’m beginning to notice a trend with these teams), the Raiders came back in a wild fourth quarter to force overtime. Both teams did everything they could to blow it in overtime before a Lamar Jackson fumble put Las Vegas in a position to end it with a walk-off touchdown.

Mike Tomlin matches wits with Jon Gruden in Sunday’s AFC showdown between the Pittsburgh Steelers and Las Vegas Raiders. If you missed the Monday Night Football spectacle between the Raiders and Baltimore Ravens, I suggest you go back and watch as soon as possible. A wild and wacky game led to a spectacular finish with Raiders quarterback Derek Carr throwing a game-winning touchdown pass to Zay Jones to ice it in overtime.

Meanwhile, the Steelers pulled off a stunner at Highmark Stadium by knocking off last season’s AFC title contending Buffalo Bills.

Are the Raiders legit?

Whether you were watching the original broadcast or the Manning brothers, you witnessed a Monday Night Football classic between the Raiders and Baltimore Ravens. Just ask Eli Manning, who sat through an entire fire alarm to watch the game.

There’s obviously a lot of excitement for Raider fans combined with some serious skepticism following their 33-27 overtime win over the Ravens. The team that showed up on that night looked like a group capable of making big plays in key moments. They were able to overcome adversity and fight back enough to knock off a perennial playoff contender. Derek Carr threw for 435 yards and two touchdowns, and the defense forced the game-changing turnover.

Is this Raiders team for real?

We’ll find out on Sunday as they head on the road for a game against another AFC North contender in the Steelers. Carr got knocked around quite a bit in the pocket in Week 1, but that’s to be expected for a quarterback that dropped back to pass 56 times. If you want to be a swimmer, you’re going to get wet. If you want to be a quarterback that drops back 50-plus times in an NFL game, you’re going to get hit.

It happens.

But you don’t want it happening all of the time, especially against this Steelers defense. That front-seven can create the sort of havoc that could ruin the game for the Raiders. Carr will have to continue making quick and accurate decisions with the ball in his hands. It would obviously help if they could get the run game going. Yes, Josh Jacobs’ two touchdowns might have been fantasy football relevant, but they weren’t relevant in regards to the Raiders being a contender. They need to get him more than 10 touches to establish some balance, even against some of the better run defenses.

The defensive element with the Raiders is what could really make them a pain to deal with for opponents. Their sack percentage (9.09) soared into the top-five category in Week 1. If they can get pressure on Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, the aging legend will likely reward them with an interception or two.

The Raiders might have to overcome the injury bug with Jacobs (now out) and even backup quarterback Marcus Mariota (doubtful) popping up on the injury report for this week. (Mariota is now on the IR, so Nathan Peterman will be the backup).

Steelers aren’t done yet

It’s easy to forget the Steelers are still a legitimate contender in the AFC. Yes, they made the playoffs last season, but that still doesn’t change the fact that their organization has been looked at as a sinking ship over the last few years.

Legendary quarterback Ben Roethlisberger has been banged up and on the fence about retiring. JuJu Smith-Schuster hasn’t really lived up to the bill as a true No. 1 receiver for the team after their breakup with future Hall of Famer Antonio Brown. And there hasn’t really been that running back that imposed the sort of fear Le’Veon Bell did when he was coming out of the offensive backfield.

The Steelers were beginning to look like that outdated outfit you still wore every week with the hope that someday it’d come back in style.

But that clearly might not be the case anymore after they knocked off the Buffalo Bills on the road in the opener. That was an incredible victory that isn’t getting enough recognition. If anything, it proved the Steelers can still be a contender when they’re healthy. It also proved they’ll be a problem for the Raiders on Sunday.