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NFL Week 3 Streaming Guide: Pittsburgh Steelers at Cleveland Browns

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Week 3 of the NFL season starts with an AFC North matchup between the Pittsburgh Steelers at the Cleveland Browns. It looks to be a close defense-oriented game.

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Here are all the details of this week’s Thursday Night Football game:

  • Who: Pittsburgh Steelers (1-1) at Cleveland Browns (1-1)
  • When: Thursday, September 22nd 8:15 pm (EDT)
  • Where: Amazon Prime.

Coverage starts at 7:00 pm with an 8:15 pm kickoff. Al Michaels will be on hand for play-by-play with color commentary by Kirk Herbstreit. Pregame and postgame analysis will feature Tony Gonzales and Richard Sherman.

Most sportsbooks have the Browns winning by 4.5 points (although we’ve seen it as low as 3.5 points). But this is likely due to the Browns looking stronger and hopes for the Steelers fading because most people’s power rankings for the teams are roughly the same.

The total for the game is 38.5 points but we’ve seen it as low as 38.0 and as high as 40.5. This implies a final score of 17 to 21, Browns. So this is likely to be a good game.

Streaming Options

Amazon Prime Video is the default way to watch Thursday Night Football. Other than the first Thursday of the season (when NBC aired the first Sunday Night Football game — we know, it’s confusing), all the games are exclusive to Amazon.

You can watch Amazon Prime Video on pretty much any device: Fire TV, Apple TV, Roku. It even supports Xbox and PlayStation gaming devices. And, of course, you can watch on Android and iOS mobile devices.

In addition to watching this game on Amazon Prime Video, you can watch it on NFL+ for just $4.99/mo. The catch? You will have to watch it on your phone or tablet. But it allows you to watch more than just TNF. You also get to watch Sunday Night Football, Monday Night Football, and any Sunday afternoon games that feature your local team. Get all the details in our review.

How to Live Stream All the NFL Games

Few fans will be satisfied with Thursday nights alone. The rest of the games all air on traditional TV channels. Here’s this week’s schedule:

Most of these games are available for free OTA if you set up an antenna. But you can also watch them with live TV streaming services like FuboTV, DIRECTV STREAM, and Hulu + Live TV.

You can also learn how to watch those Sunday afternoon games in our out-of-market viewer’s guide.

Featured image cropped from Cleveland Browns vs Pittsburgh Steelers by Erik Drost under CC BY 2.0.

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