Although the Pittsburgh Steelers face the Carolina Panthers every year in the preseason, regular season meetings are quite rare as these teams are interconference opponents. The two sides have only played each other six times dating back to 1996, and after losing their first encounter, the Steelers have not lost to the Panthers since.
Boasting a 6-2 record, Carolina has been one of the league’s more impressive teams this season. Behind the strong running of Christian McCaffery and the improved play of Cam Newton, the Panthers have been difficult to stop on offense and they represent a significant challenge for the Steelers on Thursday night. However, with the short week notably favoring the home team, Pittsburgh are well positioned to record their fifth consecutive win of the season in Week 10.
As a nationally televised game, the broadcast should be available in all regions.
Game: Carolina Panthers (6-2) @ Pittsburgh Steelers (5-2-1).
Date: Thursday, November 8.
Kickoff: 8.20 p.m. ET.
Venue: Heinz Field.
Weather: Live weather update.
TV Channel: Fox and NFL Network, broadcast locally on WPGH-TV, with Joe Buck and Troy Aikman as commentators and Erin Andrews and Kristina Pink the sideline reporters.
Online Streaming: Amazon Prime customers can watch the game via the video streaming site Twitch or on any other device. FuboTV allows you to stream the game online. The NFL Game Center will update the action on a play-by-play basis.
Replay: NFL.com Game Pass allows for replay in the U.S and live viewing for international viewers.
Radio: Steeler Nation Radio with Bill Hillgrove and Tunch Ilkin as commentators and Craig Wolfley as the sideline reporter. Broadcast live on WDVE 102.5 FM and WBGG 970 AM in the Pittsburgh area and via their local affiliates. Listen online via Steelers.com and with the Steelers Official Mobile App. Alternatively, you can listen to a radio broadcast on SiriusXM.
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The Steelers look likely to be forced to play without Marcus Gilbert for the third consecutive week due to a knee injury, while Daniel McCullers is in danger of missing his first game of the year on Thursday because of an ankle problem.