What channel is the Steelers game on today?

  • All eyes are going to be on the Dolphins vs. Bills this afternoon
  • It's about to get tricky for non-local Steelers fans
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As fun as it has been watching the Pittsburgh Steelers in primetime each of the past two weeks, it's time for the early afternoon slate once again. For hardcore football fans who love watching multiple games at once or putting on NFL Red Zone, you might not be able to this week if you want to focus on the Steelers game in Week 4.

Pittsburgh will soon be lacing up to take on the Houston Texans. After two straight losses to open the season, the Texans bounced back in a big way with a 37-17 point victory over Trevor Lawrence and the Jaguars last week. Led by rookie QB C.J. Stroud, Jacksonville will look to build on this momentum with a home win over the Steelers today.

The Steelers, meanwhile, are seeking their third win in a row after taking care of the Browns and Raiders in back-to-back weeks in primetime football action. So what channel are the Steelers on today, and how can you be sure to catch the game?

What channel are the Steelers on today?

The Pittsburgh Steelers and Houston Texans will square off at 1:00 p.m. Eastern Time on CBS. Spero Dedes and Adam Archuleta will be calling the game. Unfortunately, this will not be the nationally televised game on CBS, so finding the game might be challenging.

Only a small portion of the country will be receiving the Steelers vs. Texans broadcast on CBS. You can check 506 Sports to see the map coverage for today. Those in Pittsburgh and areas and most of West Virginia will be getting the Steelers game, as will most of Texas. However, most viewers will be getting the Dolphins vs. Bills game in Week 4.

If you are out of network and won't be receiving the CBS broadcast for Steelers vs. Texans in Week 4, there are a few other options you can explore. Fans can watch the Steelers game with a subscription to NFL+, Paramount+, or with NFL Sunday Ticket on YouTube TV. Please note that blackout restrictions may apply.

If all else fails and you don't feel like forking up for another subscription, you may have luck catching the Steelers game at a sports bar that has purchased the rights to show NFL Sunday Ticket.

This is going to be a very tricky week for many fans when it comes to catching the game. For those out of the viewing area, NFL Sunday Ticket might be the best option. Make sure you get things situated ahead of the 1:00 p.m. ET kickoff so that you are ready for the action today!