The New York City market has been added to the Steelers-Ravens TV broadcast map for Sunday’s 1 p.m. slate on CBS, 506 Sports reports. Previously, the New York City market was scheduled to show Saints-Patriots, but with the Steelers and Ravens broadcast being the nationwide broadcast, the network made a call to expand the market share.
Ian Eagle and Charles Davis will be on the call, available throughout almost the entire Western United States, most of the Midwest and Mid-Atlantic regions, and the East Coast of Florida.
Fans in the Erie, Harrisburg, Philadelphia, and Scranton markets in Pennsylvania, all of Maryland, Washington D.C., and West Virginia, and large parts of Ohio, Michigan, and Virginia will be able to see the game.
In Pittsburgh, CBS will have a doubleheader broadcast, with the Kansas City Chiefs at the Minnesota Vikings following the Steelers. FOX has a single national broadcast, with WPGH-TV in Pittsburgh carrying the Cincinnati Bengals at the Arizona Cardinals in the late afternoon.
Fans in other areas can watch the game by purchasing NFL Sunday Ticket through YouTube TV. Pittsburgh fans will also have access to three national broadcasts. The Jacksonville Jaguars and Buffalo Bills play in London at 9:30 a.m. Eastern on Sunday. That game will be carried by NFL Network.
Sunday Night Football on NBC and WPXI-TV in Pittsburgh will feature the Dallas Cowboys at the San Francisco 49ers. On Monday night, the Green Bay Packers visit the Las Vegas Raiders. That game will be carried on both ESPN and ABC.