The Pittsburgh Steelers avoided a dreaded 0-2 start to the 2023 season with a win over the Cleveland Browns on Monday Night Football. However, their Week 2 slop-fest left a lot to be desired. Outside of strong performances from edge defenders Alex Highsmith and T.J. Watt, there wasn't much from that game to write home about.
Mike Tomlin will take a win any way he can get it, but he's hoping his team cleans up their act a bit in Week 3. This week, the Steelers will have their first of back-to-back road games this year as they are getting set to take on the Las Vegas Raiders.
Historically, traveling to face this team on the West Coast has not produced favorable results for the Steelers, as Pittsburgh is 0-4 in their last four road games against the Raiders. This time, however, the game will be played in Las Vegas -- not Oakland.
There is a crowded slate of games set to take place this Sunday in Week 3, so how can you catch the Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Las Vegas Raiders this week?
What channel is the Steelers game on today?
It's a dream scenario for diehard football fans, as they will get to enjoy games all day long before kicking back their feet and watching the Steelers vs. Raiders on Sunday Night Football. As it has every week during the season dating back to August of 2006, Sunday Night Football we be aired on NBC.
This is a nationally broadcast game, so those with cable television should be able to tune into their local NBC station. In today's new age of streaming platforms and services, not everyone will have access to this game. If this is your issue, there are still several ways you can catch the game.
The Steelers vs. Browns Sunday Night Football game on NBC can be streamed with a subscription to YouTube TV or NFL+, but we recommend using FuboTV. You can start your free trial today. Fans can also stream the game on NBC.com or with a subscription to their streaming platform, Peacock. Kickoff is set for 8:20 p.m. Eastern Time with Sunday Night Football pregame beginning at 7:00 p.m. on NBC.
This is a big game for both squads as the Steelers and Raiders will each look to avoid falling below .500 in an overcrowded AFC playoff picture. Be sure to tune into the action tonight!