How to listen to the Steelers game on the radio tonight

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The Pittsburgh Steelers are looking to avoid a dreaded 0-2 start to the season with a strong performance against the Cleveland Browns in Week 2. In their season-opener, the Steelers were humiliated at home by the San Francisco 49ers in a 30-7 loss.

With the results of the Ravens vs. Bengals game in Week 2, losing to the Browns tonight would mean that both Baltimore and Clevland would not only be 2-0 on the season, but they would also be 2-0 in the AFC North.

Pittsburgh can't afford to get this far behind the division race this early in the season, and taking care of business on their own turf under the lights at Acrisure Stadium is a must. These two teams kick off tonight as part of a doubleheader on Monday Night Football (with the Saints vs. Panthers game starting just an hour earlier).

Unfortunately, with the way that TV coverage and streaming services work these days, not everyone will have the luxury of watching the game. Radio is always a good alternative. Here's how you can listen to the Steelers vs. Browns on Monday Night Football in Week 2.

How to listen to the Steelers game on the radio tonight

For those looking to listen to the Steelers game tonight, there are a couple of options you could go with. The first way to catch the Steelers vs. Browns game on the radio is by listening to Steelers Nation Radio. Game coverage begins at 8:15 p.m. tonight. As always, Bill Hillgrove and Craig Wolfley will be calling the game. Steelers Nation Radio can be streamed online, so this does require a quality internet connection (something that most people have access to these days).

Fans living locally who may have prior obligations tonight can listen live on Steelers Radio Network on WDVE 102.5 FM or WBGG 970 AM. Listeners in the surrounding Pennsylvania areas should check their local radio listings here.

You can also listen to the Steelers vs. Browns game with a subscription to SiriusXM Radio. Fans can listen along with the Steelers broadcast on channel 228 or, if you feel so inclined, you can listen the the Browns broadcast on channel 229 tonight.