The TV broadcast of the Week 11 game this Sunday between the Pittsburgh Steelers and Cleveland Browns will be available to most of the nation on CBS.
The Browns and Steelers will kick off from Cleveland Browns Stadium on the shore of Lake Erie at 1 p.m., and CBS affiliates in over half of the league’s markets will be carrying the game. KDKA-TV Channel 2 in Pittsburgh will broadcast the game locally. Ian Eagle and Charles Davis will be on the call.
Out-of-town fans in New England, the Mid-Atlantic, Midwest, South and Pacific Northwest regions of the country will all be able to get the Steelers’ AFC North matchup.
Fans in Florida, Tennessee, Texas, Colorado, Nevada, Utah, Arizona and California will need to find another way to watch the game. Every NFL game is available every week via NFL Sunday Ticket on YouTube TV.
Here’s the full coverage map from 506 Sports:
CBS has the doubleheader this weekend. In Pittsburgh, KDKA will be carrying the New York Jets at the Buffalo Bills after the conclusion of the Steelers game.
On FOX, WPGH-TV Channel 53 in Pittsburgh will also choose to air a late game, broadcasting the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at the San Francisco 49ers at 4 p.m.
There are just three national broadcasts this week, but all should have intrigue.
Thursday Night Football features an AFC North showdown between the Baltimore Ravens and Cincinnati Bengals. A Bengals will would move the Steelers into first place in the AFC North. Amazon Prime Football will carry the game live from Baltimore.
On Sunday Night Football on NBC and WPXI-TV Channel 11, former Steelers quarterback Josh Dobbs will look to continue his magical run with the Minnesota Vikings against the Denver Broncos.
Monday Night Football on ABC and ESPN features a Super Bowl rematch between the Philadelphia Eagles and Kansas City Chiefs.