Steelers vs. Chargers: TV schedule, radio, live stream
By Kim Myers
Your Pittsburgh Steelers have their only Monday Night Football appearance tonight in San Diego against the Chargers. The Steelers are well rested and looking for redemption after having lost a tough one against the Ravens last Thursday night. The Chargers are coming off of a victory over the Browns.
Great, another night game. Just love them. Hopefully this game won’t come down to kicking field goals in overtime. I don’t think any Steelers fans could live through that again, regardless of who is kicking.
The Steelers defense will need to try to take advantage of an inconsistent Chargers offensive line in order to get to Philip Rivers and disrupt his passing game. The Steelers offense looks to welcome Martavis Bryant back from suspension and hope that the extra practice time benefits Michael Vick and the rest.
This week Vick commented that the extra time between the Thursday night loss to the Ravens and the Monday night game against the Chargers allows him to build more chemistry with the offense.
"“I feel so much better just having more time to practice, more time to build chemistry and learn the offense. These days are valuable. I am trying to take advantage of them from start to finish. It’s been a very productive two days and I look forward to the next two days.” – Mike Vick"
Time to get a west coast victory for the Steelers!
Here’s all the details you’ll need to know for where and when to catch the game:
Date/Time: Monday, Oct. 12th, 8:30 pm EST
Location: Qualcomm Stadium, San Diego, CA
Radio: SteelersNationRadio.com, 102.5WDVE Radio, Westwood one
Live Stream: WatchESPN.com
Announcers: Mike Tirico, Jon Gruden, Lisa Salters
Here we go Steelers! Here we go!
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