The Pittsburgh Steelers will not take the field this Sunday after beating the Tennessee Titans on Thursday Night Football, but Pittsburgh still has a bumper crop of National Football League games to keep tabs on, with a huge slate of games on television, starting at 9:30 in the morning and running until 11:30 p.m.
The Miami Dolphins and Kansas City Chiefs will get things started in a battle of AFC powers with a 9:30 a.m. kickoff for their game, which is being played in Frankfurt, Germany — the first NFL regular-season game played in Germany. That game will be broadcast nationwide on NFL Network.
At 1 p.m. on CBS (KDKA), the AFC North-leading Baltimore Ravens will be in action against the Seattle Seahawks. The Steelers are assured of finishing the weekend in second place in the division, as they cannot pass the 6-2 Ravens, and own tie-breakers over the 4-2 Cleveland Browns and Cincinnati Bengals.
On FOX (WPGH), the Washington Commanders will visit the New England Patriots in the early window, followed by one of the top rivalries in the NFL as the Dallas Cowboys visit the Philadelphia Eagles.
In the Sunday Night Football game on NBC (WPXI), the Cincinnati Bengals will host the Buffalo Bills in another matchup of top AFC contenders, as the Bills return to the site of Damar Hamlin’s scary medical situation last season.
After a full Sunday, the Los Angeles Chargers visit the New York Jets on Monday Night Football in a game with surprising Wild Card connotations, given the injury to Aaron Rodgers.
Other games of interest that are not on local television include the Arizona Cardinals at the Cleveland Browns and the Los Angeles Rams at the Steelers’ Week 10 opponents, the Green Bay Packers, at 1 p.m.
The Steelers will get back in action next Sunday with a home game against the Packers.