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This Thursday will answer these questions as the Steelers look to extend their winning streak to five in a row. Make sure you get all the information you need below so you can enjoy the Week 11 showdown:
Game: Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Cleveland Browns
Date: Thursday, November 14th
Kickoff: 8:20 P.M. ET
Venue: First Energy Stadium, Cleveland
Weather: Live weather update
TV Channel: Broadcast locally on WPGH-FOX 53 and nationally on NFL Networks with Joe Buck and Troy Aikman as commentators and Erin Andews and Kristina Pink as the sideline reporters. Check the national broadcast map to see if the game is on in your area.
Online: NFL.com Game Pass offers live games for international viewers and replays of every game during upon conclusion with a paid subscription. A subscription to NFL Sunday Ticket gives access to stream games as well. fuboTV also allows you to stream NFL games online with a subscription. NFL Game Center will update the action on a play-by-play basis. The game is also available on the Yahoo! Sports App in some areas. The NFL Network App plays all progams on NFL Network or the Red one Channel.
Radio: Steeler Nation Radio with Bill Hillgrove, Tunch Ilkin, and Craig Wolfley. The broadcast will be live on WDVE 102.5 FM and WBGG 970 AM in the Pittsburgh area or check the list of Steelers Radio Affiliates. Viewers can listen anywhere in the world online via Steelers.com, but the Steelers Official Mobile App does have geographical restrictions.
You can also follow Behind the Steel Curtain on Twitter or in the game thread article to catch all of the highlights. Be sure to check back with BTSC after the game for our post-match roundup, and subscribe to BTSC Steelers Radio on YouTube to catch The Steelers Post Game Show with Jeff Hartman and Lance Williams.
The Baltimore Ravens might be leading the AFC North, but all of a sudden, the Pittsburgh Steelers look like potential playoff contenders after winning their fourth straight. And they’ll have a chance to gain even more divisional ground on Thursday night, when their rival Cleveland Browns play host to the Week 11 kickoff.
Before we reveal why the Steelers, not the Browns, are set to take another step forward in the North, let’s get you some details on how and when to tune in
The Steelers (5-4) were largely considered dead in the water after starting 0-3 and losing Ben Roethlisberger to a season-ending injury. But they’ve since won four of their last five, in part because the coaching staff has found different ways each week to utilize second-year signal-caller Mason Rudolph and a young supporting cast of weapons, but mostly because the defense is just absurdly good. Minkah Fitzpatrick has made headlines for his turnovers, but he’s just one part of a bigger machine, and as long as Pittsburgh’s “D,” which is truly steady at every level, stays hungry, the Steelers cannot be overlooked. Even their first three losses, in retrospect, came against playoff-caliber opponents. Their youth on offense is sometimes a question mark, but their grit is real.
The Browns (3-6) have pretty much been the opposite of the Steelers, at least in terms of expectations, this season. After an offseason full of hype (and most of it justified, considering Baker Mayfield looked so poised as a rookie), Cleveland dropped six of its first eight games and put on a clinic for inept coaching, blocking and, well, all-around execution. The Browns finally got back on track Sunday with a win over the Buffalo Bills, in which Mayfield finally appeared at least somewhat at ease, but they’ve still got major issues at the top of their staff, where Freddie Kitchens looks a step or three behind as a play-caller. When their play-makers click, they can be dangerous, but they’ve clicked so few times in 2019 that it’s hard to get too worked up about a turnaround.
The Browns will be in this game. There’s no doubt about it. They’re at home. Their opponent has to travel on a short week. It’s a divisional matchup. And no matter how good the Steelers defense is, some combination of Nick Chubb, Kareem Hunt, Jarvis Landry, Odell Beckham Jr. is bound to make a splash play or two. If they can also swing a takeaway or two off Rudolph, which is very possible, they’ll have a legitimate shot of disrupting Pittsburgh’s winning streak.
The Steelers are too gritty and too aggressive to write off, however. Even if Rudolph struggles in prime time, is anyone that confident in Kitchens’ plan, with that Browns O-line, against Pittsburgh’s pass rush? Mike Tomlin will know what to dial up and when for Thursday night’s affair, and it’ll thrust his team firmly into the playoff picture down the stretch.
Check out CBSSports.com for even more predictions on this game and the rest of Week 11, including from Pete Prisco and Will Brinson.