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How to Watch Steelers Game vs. Packers



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Steelers HC Mike Tomlin against the Jacksonville Jaguars, Oct. 29, 2023 - Ed Thompson / Steelers Now

The Pittsburgh Steelers will welcome the Green Bay Packers to Acrisure Stadium for their Week 10 clash. Pittsburgh is 5-3, while Green Bay is 3-5, having different aspirations for this game and reasons to win. But the game should be a drag-it-out rock fight, with the defenses being highlighted over the below-average offenses.

The Steelers and Packers will kick off from Acrisure Stadium at 1:00 p.m. and will be broadcast on CBS. KDKA-TV Channel 2 will air the matchup locally. This game will be broadcast to much of the East Coast and Midwest. However, less than half of the league’s markets will air the game.

Fans living in Boston, Buffalo, New York, Philadelphia, Washington, D.C., Charlotte, Indianapolis, Chicago, Green Bay, and Seattle can see the game, along with Alaska and Hawaii. Ian Eagle, Charles Davis, and Evan Washburn will call the game.

Out-of-town fans who want to be guaranteed to see every Steelers game can purchase NFL Sunday Ticket, which has moved from DirecTV to YouTube for the 2023 season. Plans to purchase Sunday Ticket with YouTube TV start at $299 annually. For other streaming options, fans can download various apps to watch the game live on TV. These all include Paramount Plus, which does require a subscription. All of the apps are free but do most require a subscription with a TV provider to work. Other ways to watch it include FUBO, Hulu+ Live TV, Sling TV, and YouTube TV. FUBO offers a free trial.

The game will be broadcast on radio in three locations on Westwood One, Steeler Nation Radio, WDVE 102.5 FM and WBGG 970, AM.

Pittsburgh has plenty to think about before the game, with Matt Canada starting to find some of that success and a defense banged up with questions surrounding Minkah Fitzpatrick. The group lost Cole Holcomb for the season with a serious knee injury. That should open up the lane for Mark Robinson to play more, but the team needs to be comfortable with his level of play to embrace him moving forward.