When is Steelers vs Raiders?
The Ravens vs Raiders game will be played on Sunday (September 19). The game will kick off at 1 PM EDT.
Where is Steelers vs Raiders?
Heinz Field in Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh, will host the Steelers-Raiders clash.
How to watch the live stream of the Steelers vs Raiders game?
Sling TV gives you access to the live stream of this Week 2 clash. CBS will broadcast the game as well as ESPN and ABC.
In the offseason, Las Vegas Raiders lost the charm that its offensive line earlier possessed. This means that Steelers’ linebacker TJ Watt does not have too much to worry about.
The hosts seem clear favorites in this clash. Although the scores might get neck to neck till the last quarter, Pittsburgh must take home the victory.
The Steelers’ defense is likely to cause problems against the Raiders in the backfield.
How was tight end room for Foster Moreau?
Raiders star Foster Moreau is eager to capitalize on the position designated to him last season. The 24-year-old was part of a deep tight end room behind Pro Bowlers Darren Waller and Jason Witten.
“To call the tight end room crowded last year would probably be the wrong adjective. … It was an incredible opportunity for me, and I don’t think it was crowded at all,” Moreau said in a recent interview posted on the organization’s website.
“Jason was very open about sharing his experiences in this industry, and he’d done it for 17 years. I think for me, anything he would say, any point he would make, anything he felt the need to interject on was something that you needed to jot down. That’s a note you need to take, that’s something that you need to learn because obviously, he’s a Mount Rushmore level talent,” the youngster added.
The 24-year-old feels grateful to have been playing alongside Darren Waller. Although Waller is only four years older than Moreau, the latter is poised to learn from his colleague’s experience in the NFL.
“Obviously, getting to play behind Darren Waller is just one of the greatest blessings in the world. I wish it for all of you if you could just spend a week learning behind the guy or a Sunday to be able to play behind him.
He added: “Everyone’s so centrally focused on him, as they should be because if they’re not, he’ll go for 200. That just creates pockets of space and opportunities for everyone else. And he’s selfless like that, and he knows that.”
Moreau is aware that he is solely responsible for himself. “You can’t have ‘I need to make a play here.’ You can’t press for plays; you have to let them come.”