Week 2 was a little too close for comfort for Pittsburgh Steelers fans. Despite Mike Tomlin's perfect record at home against the Browns, that streak was in jeopardy on Monday Night Football, and we essentially salvaged by a pair of defensive touchdowns by Alex Highsmith and T.J. Watt -- bringing Tomlin's home record against Cleveland to 17-0 in the regular season, per Statmuse.
But with how sloppy their Week 2 performance was, Pittsburgh certainly can't afford to let off the gas pedal. Now they are out on the West Coast for a road game against the Las Vegas Raiders. For some reason or another, the Steelers always seem to struggle playing the Raiders on their own turf (even in years when they weren't a good team).
With an offense that is averaging just 9.5 points per game (excluding defensive scores), this will be no walk in the park for the Steelers. The Raiders aren't much better at just 13.5 points per game, and many believe this will be a defensive struggle.
Obviously, watching the game is always the preferred choice, but sometimes blackouts, streaming restrictions, or prior obligations can get in the way. For those who need to listen to the Steelers vs. Raiders game tonight, we've got you covered!
How to listen to the Steelers game on the radio tonight
The Pittsburgh Steelers play on Sunday Night Football tonight. This is a nationally broadcast game and those who have cable or a streaming platform like YouTube TV or FuboTV should have access to watch. But listening isn't a bad option either.
One great thing about radio is that it's reliable. When all else fails, this is always a quality option to catch the game -- even if it requires you to use your imagination to envision what's happening. For those looking to listen to the game tonight, there are several options you can choose from.
The first way to catch the Steelers vs. Raiders game on the radio is by tuning into Steelers Nation Radio, hosted by Bill Hargrove and Craig Wolfley. This can be streamed free online. Fans in the Pittsburgh area can also listen locally by tuning into Steelers Radio Network on WDVE 102.5 FM or WBGG 970 AM. Listeners in the surrounding Pennsylvania areas can check out their local listings here.
For those out of market or looking for a different outlet to listen to the game, you can do so with a subscription to SiriusXM Radio. The Steelers broadcast can be found on channel 226 this week or you can listen to the Raiders announcers on channel 225.
Kickoff for Sunday Night Football is set for 8:20 p.m. Eastern Time on NBC. This is a big matchup for both teams, so be sure to find a way to watch or listen to tonight's game!