Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Cleveland Browns, live stream, preview, TV channel, time, odds, how to watch TNF

The Pittsburgh Steelers will meet the Cleveland Browns in Week 3 NFL action on Thursday Night Football from FirstEnergy Stadium.

The Steelers will look to bounce back after a 17-14 loss to the Patriots last week to give them a 1-1 record on the season. Mitch Trubisky will look to put up some points while the fans are screaming for Kenny Pickett. Meanwhile, the Browns are coming off a 31-30 loss to the Jets as they look to turn things around after a frustrating loss last week. Jacoby Brissett will need to lead this team tonight and show that Cleveland is a serious team this season.

This will be a great start to the NFL season, here is everything you need to know to watch and stream the game this evening.

Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Cleveland Browns

When: Thursday, September 22

Time: 8:15 p.m. ET

TV Channel: Amazon Prime, fuboTV (local networks only)

Live Stream: Prime Vido (watch now)

Live Stream: fuboTV (watch for free) (local networks only)

How to watch the TNF this season

Prime Video is the exclusive home of Thursday Night Football, streaming 15 regular-season games throughout the 2022 NFL season. Each week, pregame coverage begins at 7:00 PM ET, with kickoff set for 8:15 PM ET

If you are an Amazon Prime member, you already have full access to all of Prime Video’s offerings. If not, you can easily sign up for a free 30-day trial and begin watching immediately.

NFL Football Odds and Betting Lines

NFL odds courtesy of Tipico Sportsbook. Odds were last updated Thursday at 6:30 p.m. ET.  

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Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Cleveland Browns (-3.5)

Over/Under: 37.5 

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