Pittsburgh Steelers schedule and opponents

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The 2024 season will be exciting for Pittsburgh Steelers fans. After suffering through a stale offense and six combined seasons of Randy Fichtner and Matt Canada, Arthur Smith becomes the new offensive coordinator, and the Steelers revamped their quarterback room by adding Russell Wilson and Justin Fields.

Mike Tomlin continued his streak without a losing season when his team went 10-7 and earned a playoff berth in 2023. Unfortunately, the Steelers were once again one-and-done in the postseason.

'The Standard' in Pittsburgh has to change, and the pressure is on as the Steelers desperately hope to find their first playoff win in seven years. If all goes as planned, this new-look team can take the next step forward in 2024.

The road to a successful season and a playoff berth won't be easy, and there will be numerous stops against formidable opponents. The Steelers will be battle-tested along the way, and their new roster additions will have to mesh quickly to avoid digging themselves a hole early in the season.

Steelers 2024 schedule

The Pittsburgh Steelers' schedule has not been confirmed yet. The full schedule is typically released in the second week of May. This is usually accompanied by creative schedule-release videos by each team on social media.

While we don't know the exact order of the games the Steelers will play in 2024, we do know which opponents they will be facing at home and on the road.

Steelers 2024 opponents



Baltimore Ravens

Baltimore Ravens

Cincinnati Bengals

Cincinnati Bengals

Cleveland Browns

Cleveland Browns

Dallas Cowboys

Atlanta Falcons

Kansas City Chiefs

Denver Broncos

Los Angeles Chargers

Indianapolis Colts

New York Giants

Las Vegas Raiders

New York Jets

Philadelphia Eagles

Washington Commanders

The NFL is looking to expand its audience globally, but the Pittsburgh Steelers are not one of the teams confirmed to be playing an international game in 2024.

With the NFL's new 17-game schedule that began in 2021, the Steelers will play 8 home games and 9 road games in 2023 after having the additional home game last season.

The Ravens were one of the strongest teams in the NFL last season, and with the return of Joe Burrow from a season-ending injury, the Bengals could take a big step forward as the AFC North looks to remain as one of the league's toughest divisions.

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In addition to six challenging divisional games, the Steelers are expected to have daunting home matchups against the Dallas Cowboys and Kansas City Chiefs as well as a difficult road contest against the Philadelphia Eagles.