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Steelers vs. Seahawks live stream for Kenny Pickett’s preseason debut

Kenny Pickett and the Pittsburgh Steelers will take on the Seattle Seahawks in the preseason.

It is a new era of Pittsburgh Steelers football, as Kenny Pickett and the rest of his teammates will take on the Seattle Seahawks in their first preseason game of the summer.

Pittsburgh drafted the Fake Slide King in the first round of the 2022 NFL Draft. Pickett may have been the only first-round quarterback taken this past spring, but he faces immense pressure to be the heir apparent to Ben Roethlisberger. With not one, but two gloves, Pickett and his tiny hands hope to carry the Steelers into a bright tomorrow. It all starts with looking good vs. the Seahawks.

While playing time will be up to head coach Mike Tomlin, look for Pickett to make his team debut.

Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Seattle Seahawks: How to watch preseason game online

Date: Saturday, Aug. 13
Time: 7:00 p.m. ET
Location: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Venue: Acrisure Stadium
TV Info: NFL Network (National), CBS (Pittsburgh), NBC (Seattle)
Live Stream: fuboTV

Opening kickoff from shamefully rechristened Acrisure Stadium in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania will be at 7:00 p.m. ET. The NFL Network will carry this particular preseason game in primetime. This game will air on the local CBS affiliate in Pittsburgh, as well as on the local NBC affiliate in Seattle. If you want to stream this game and watch all of the madness unfold online, give fuboTV a shot.

No matter how it ends, no matter how it starts, we will have plenty to talk about from this preseason game, alright. If Pickett looks legit, then Steelers fans will have to start preparing mentality for how a seventh Super Bowl championship parade will look like. Should Pickett be 2 Legit 2 Pitt, then get ready to get ready for history to repeat itself with some Bubby Brister, baby!

Ultimately, Pittsburgh should push for a playoff spot. That is assuming presumptive Week 1 starter Mitch Trubisky can at least average his wingspan when it comes to yards per passing attempt. The offense will be the separating factor on this year’s team. The defense may be elite, but unless T.J. Watt goes full-blown Bobby Boucher, they are not winning the Bourbon Bowl…

Will Pickett be fit for a king or will his Burger King Hands get in the way of something tasty?

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