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Steelers vs. Broncos Week 2: Time, TV Schedule, and game information

All the information needed to watch, listen, or follow the Steelers game on Sunday against Denver at Heinz Field.

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The Pittsburgh Steelers returned home Monday night with a 1-0 record after defeating the New York Giants. Turning around on a short week, Steelers look to take down the Denver Broncos at Hines Field this coming Sunday. Despite struggles with the Broncos in the past, 2020 is a new year and the Steelers are hoping to continue in their winning ways.

How will the short week affect both teams? Will Ben Roethlisberger continue his impressive comeback? Can the Steeleres defense continue stifling the run?

This Sunday will answer all these questions as the Steelers look to start their 2020 season 2-0. Make sure you get all the information you need below so you can enjoy the Week 2 showdown:


Week 2:

Game: Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Denver Broncos

Date: Sunday, September 20th

Kickoff: 1:00 P.M. ET

Venue: Heinz Field, Pittsburgh, PA

Weather: Live weather update

TV Channel: Broadcast locally on KDKA-CBS with Greg Gumble and Rich Gannon as commentators and Jay Feely as the sideline reporter. 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 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.

Radio: Steeler Nation Radio with Rob King, 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. The Steelers broadcast is also available on XM Radio channel 232 and Sirius Radio channel 99.

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.