Steelers vs. Seahawks: TV schedule, radio, live stream


Your Pittsburgh Steelers return to action today from their bye week healthy and ready to make a playoff push.

The Seahawks are coming off of a home win over the 49ers and have found themselves at 5-5 on the outside looking in of the NFC playoff hunt. This is a must-win game for both teams. The Steelers have a one week healthier Ben Roethlisberger ready to dish the ball out to Antonio Brown who figures to be matched up against Seattle’s Richard Sherman.

The Steelers defense will have their hands full against the league’s top rushing team even without injured Marshawn Lynch. In Week 10 the Steelers defense held the Browns to 15 rushing yards so they’ll have to maintain that edge and keep the Seahawks a one-dimensional team.

The game features to be a rematch of Super Bowl XL where the Steelers beat the Seahawks 21-10 for the franchise’s fifth Super Bowl victory. Hines Ward was the Super Bowl MVP of that game and Willie Parker still holds the record for the longest Super Bowl running play with his 75-yard touchdown run.

Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger is looking forward to playing in Seattle, the only stadium in the NFL he has yet to play in and he’s expecting to see some Terrible Towels infiltrate the infamous “12th Man” rowdy fans.

"“It’s the last stadium I haven’t played in and heard a lot of amazing stories about Seattle and their fans and how loud it is there. So, excited to go up there and play a great football team. I’m excited; I know their fans are passionate. I’ll be interested to see how man Steelers fans, if there’s any Terrible Towels up there. I know that every place I’ve gone to date there’s been tons, so it will be interesting to see how many. I know there will be some, but how many will be up there.” – Ben Roethlisberger"

The journey to the post season starts today so here are all the details you’ll need on how to catch the Steelers and Seahawks in action:

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Date/Time: Sunday, Nov. 29th 4:25 pm EST

Location: CenturyLink Field, Seattle, WA

TV: CBS (KDKA 2-Local Pittsburgh), Direct TV NFL Sunday Ticket

Radio:, 102.5 WDVE

Live Stream:,

Announcers: Jim Nantz, Phil Simms, Tracy Wolfson

Here we go Steelers! Here we go!