What channel is the Steelers game tonight?

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The Pittsburgh Steelers had an extended week to go back to the drawing board after their loss against the San Francisco 49ers in Week 1. Mike Tomlin's team was caught napping in the season-opener and suffered a humiliating defeat in the 30-7 blowout, and they will be looking to avoid a disastrous start.

In his head coaching career, Tomlin has only ever started the season 0-2 twice. Each time, his team would go on to miss the playoffs. The Steelers know what's on the line tonight on Monday Night Football against their heated division rivals.

The Cleveland Browns were one of the biggest surprises from Week 1, as they pulverized Joe Burrow and the Cincinnati Bengals in a 24-3 massacre. A Jim Schwartz-led defense has the media talking up the Browns, and Cleveland all of the sudden has the best odds to win the AFC North. The Steelers, meanwhile, have plummeted even further to a distant fourth in the division in betting odds.

With everyone writing them off, the Steelers will be looking to silence the haters tonight on Monday Night Football. You're not going to want to miss this pivotal AFC North matchup.

What channel are the Steelers on tonight?

The Steelers vs. Browns Monday Night Football game will be broadcast on ABC at 8:15 p.m. Eastern Time tonight (check your local listings). This Week 2 AFC North contest will be played at Acrisure Stadium in Pittsburgh.

With the NFL trying to maximize their viewership, more primetime games are heading our way. The Steelers vs. Browns isn't the only game that will be played tonight. Over on ESPN, the Saints vs. Panthers game will kick off exactly an hour earlier at 7:15 p.m. ET. These games will mostly overlap and give general football fans options to tune in or even flip back and forth between the games.

For those who can't get the game on TV, there are streaming options as well. You can stream the game with a subscription to YouTube TV or NFL+. For your football streaming needs, we recommend using FuboTV.