The TV broadcast for the Pittsburgh Steelers’ Week 10 home game against the Green Bay Packers will be available to a good percentage of the country, but Steelers fans across the South and Southwest might be left out.
The Steelers are hosting the Packers at Acrisure Stadium on Sunday for a 1 p.m. kickoff. CBS will have coverage of the game, with KDKA-TV Channel 2 airing it locally. Ian Eagle and Charles will have the call.
The game will be carried by CBS affiliates up and down the East Coast and throughout portions of the Midwest, but less than half of the league’s markets will be airing the game in total.
Fans living in Boston, Buffalo, New York, Philadelphia, Washington, D.C., Charlotte, Indianapolis, Chicago, Green Bay and Seattle will all be able to see the game, along with Alaska and Hawaii. Here’s the full coverage map from 506 Sports.
FOX will have a doubleheader this weekend. In Pittsburgh, WPGH-TV Channel 53 airing the Cleveland Browns at the Baltimore Ravens opposite the Steelers in the 1 p.m. window and the New York Giants at the Dallas Cowboys in the 4 p.m. window.
It’s an underwhelming slate of national broadcasts:
The Carolina Panthers will visit the Chicago Bears for Thursday Night Football on Amazon Prime Video.
Sunday morning at 9:30 a.m., the Indianapolis Colts will face the New England Patriots from Frankfurt, Germany on NFL Network.
Sunday Night Football on NBC and WPXI-TV Channel 11 in Pittsburgh will feature the New York Jets and Las Vegas Raiders.
Monday Night Football will see th Denver Broncos visit the Buffalo Bills on ABC and ESPN.