Kenny Pickett's preseason debut "showed a lot to build on," said Steelers coach Mike Tomlin.

Kenny Pickett's preseason debut "showed a lot to build on," said Steelers coach Mike Tomlin.

The Steelers' 32-25 win over the Seahawks opened their quarterback competition. Three options did well.

Kenny Pickett made the best play and drew the largest fan reaction, but Mitchell Trubisky did well as the starting quarterback.

They did informal leadership and communication duties. Engaged. All three had a good debut.

Tomlin didn't identify a Week 1 starting or QB leader, as was expected.

As expected, Trubisky got the opening shot and wasted no time making an impression.

Trubisky started his second drive by passing 16 yards to Cameron Heyward's brother Connor.

On the next down, Trubisky escaped a sure sack for a 4-yard scamper.

Rudolph took over Pittsburgh's third offensive possession deep in Seattle's territory.

Rudolph's next three drives began on average at the Steelers' 20-yard line and produced only three points.

Pickett, this year's sole first-round quarterback, played college sports across the street.

After the ovation, Pickett rolled out to Jace Sternberger for a first down and early footing.

Pickett didn't throw an interception until his 11th attempt, late in the fourth quarter.

Drew Lock took over at Seattle's 43-yard line with 70 seconds left in a 25-25 tie after a blindside hit.