How to watch Steelers vs Ravens: Live Stream and Predictions

Diontae Johnson #18 of the Pittsburgh Steelers (Photo by Joe Sargent/Getty Images)
Diontae Johnson #18 of the Pittsburgh Steelers (Photo by Joe Sargent/Getty Images) /

The Pittsburgh Steelers have a must-win game against the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday. Here are our predictions and how to catch the game. 

Entering the bye week, I don’t think many Pittsburgh Steelers fans thought that our team would be playing an extremely meaningful game in Week 14. This team was just 2-6 entering the bye week, but after a recent surge since the break, the Steelers are still very much in the hunt at 5-7.

Of course, a loss to the Baltimore Ravens this Sunday would be devastating to their playoff chances this week. We have seen crazier things happen with this team, so we are not about to rule them out yet. Pittsburgh catches a break this week as Ravens QB Lamar Jackson will be sidelined with a PCL injury.

After two straight road wins for the Steelers, it’s a matter of taking care of business on their own turf this Sunday. These are two teams that leave it all on the field when they play each other, and you’re not going to want to miss this one. Here’s how to catch the game:

How to Watch Steelers vs Ravens

The Bills vs Jets is the nationally broadcast game for CBS during the early slate this Sunday, but even with the Bills soaking up the spotlight and the Bengals and Browns squaring off in Cincinnati at the same time, much of the east coast from Pennsylvania to South Carolina will be getting the Steelers game on CBS. You can catch them locally on KDKA-CBS. Kevin Harlan and Trent Green will be the broadcasters for this AFC North matchup.

How to Stream Steelers vs Ravens

There are a plethora of streaming options available for this Week 14 contest, but we recommend using FuboTV. Here are all of the options available to you if you plan on streaming the game online. Please consider that regional blackout rules may apply:

  • FuboTV
  • NFL+ (mobile only)
  • Hulu + Live TV
  • YouTubeTV
  • Sling TV
  • Paramount Plus (if the game is broadcast locally)

How to Listen to Steelers vs Ravens

For those who aren’t able to catch the hard-hitting action on TV, there are several listening options you can choose from. Fans listening to the game this week can tune into Steeler Nation Radio with Bill Hillgrove, Craig Wolfley, and Max Starks. This Steelers broadcast will also be live on WDVE 102.5FM. Fans can also listen along via the team’s official website (please note that the Steelers official mobile app does have geographical restrictions). SiriusXM Radio members can also listen along with their subscriptions.

Steelers vs Ravens Kickoff Time and Location

The Pittsburgh Steelers are set to kick off against the Baltimore Ravens at 1:00 p.m. Eastern Time. The game will be played at Acrisure Stadium in Pittsburgh. It will be the first of two contests between these two teams in 2022.

Steelers vs Ravens Predictions

The Steelers always seem to do pretty well against Lamar Jackson, but not having him is going to be a huge blow to Baltimore’s offense. Tyler Huntley is just 1-3 as a starting quarterback — earning a 77.3 passer rating in those games, via Stats. Meanwhile, the Ravens have already been struggling with consistency on offense, and their lack of receiver depth has been an issue this year.

Pittsburgh is far from a perfect squad, but they have certainly been playing their best football of the season since the bye. Baltimore does have an extremely deep defense and they allow just 19.7 points per game, so moving the ball and scoring points consistently won’t be easy. We expect this to be a hard-fought contest, but Tomlin knows what’s on the line. We are predicting a 19-16 Steelers win against the Ravens in Week 14.

Steelers vs Ravens History

This one has been a battle for the ages and there have been some epic games over the year between these two teams. The Steelers currently lead the Ravens with an all-time record of 32-24 against Baltimore since 1996. Pittsburgh has won four straight games in this series — their most recent being an overtime win in the final game of the 2021 season that boosted Pittsburgh into the playoffs last year.

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