The Pittsburgh Steelers host the New York Jets in Week 4. Here is the TV schedule, live stream information, and odds for this AFC matchup.
When you start 1-2 on the season, every game seems like a playoff game to get your team back in the hunt. This is especially true when you consider the unforgiving schedule the Pittsburgh Steelers have in front of them before the bye week. Mike Tomlin’s team will face the New York Jets in Week 4, and both teams currently sit on a 1-2. Only one will advance to .500, while the other will be well outside the hunt at 1-3.
The Steelers have games coming up against the Bills, Buccaneers, Dolphins, and Eagles, so escaping Week 4 with a win against the Jets is critical. This might not be the least entertaining matchup on Sunday’s slate as two lackluster offenses look to battle it out this week, but there’s a lot riding on this game for both teams. Here are the odds and how to watch the Steelers vs Jets this week:
Steelers vs Jets TV schedule, live stream, and game time
The Steelers will host the Jets in Pittsburgh at Acrisure Stadium on Sunday, October 2nd. Kickoff is set for 1:00 p.m. Eastern Time and the game will be broadcast on CBS. Greg Gumble and Adam Archuleta will be announcing the game with AJ Ross as the sideline reporter. If you are streaming, you can catch the game on fuboTV. The Steelers vs Jets game will be aired locally on KDAKA-TV.
Steelers vs Jets odds
The Steelers opened Week 4 as 3.5-point favorites over the New York Jets, via Fanduel Sportsbook. Since then, the line has closed just a bit, and Pittsburgh is currently -3. They have a moneyline of -168 and the over/under point total for this game is set at 40.5.
How to watch Steelers vs Jets
After three straight dud performances from Pittsburgh’s offense, Tomlin and company are looking to finally get rolling against a susceptible Jets defense that has allowed 336 yards and 27.0 points per game, per Team Rankings. Unfortunately, Mitch Trubisky’s offense has scored just 15.6 points per game so far, and they are 31st in yards per game.
Something is going to give this weekend. The Jets are making a change at QB as Zach Wilson returns to the field. Meanwhile, Pittsburgh’s pass rush has been stagnant without T.J. Watt. Look for them to find ways to generate pressure on Wilson and get him uncomfortable early. Offensively, we need to see this team start to utilize the middle of the field — something they have barely done with the passing game so far.
This one might prove to be a barn burner, but losing would be devastating for either team. Pittsburgh will have a chance to keep their hopes alive as they inch closer to T.J. Watt’s return and a brutal stretch of games on the horizon.