The Pittsburgh Steelers and Cleveland Browns rivalry is one of the oldest in NFL history. The two will meet again in Cleveland on Thursday. Both teams started their regular season with a win but were beaten by their opponents in their Week 2 game.
The Steelers entered the season having won all three preseason games against the Seattle Seahawks, Jacksonville Jaguars and Detroit Lions. They beat the Cincinnati Bengals 23-20 in their Week 1 overtime game. Week 2 was a little frustrating for the Steelers who lost to the New England Patriots, 14-17.
The Browns were beaten twice in the preseason, but started Week 1 with a win over the Carolina Panthers. The Browns faced the New York Jets last weekend and led the scoreboard until the final 22 seconds of the fourth quarter. Joe Flacco threw a 15-yard touchdown pass to rookie Garrett Wilson and Cleveland lost the game 31-30.
Who will win their Week 3 game – the Pittsburgh Steelers or the Cleveland Browns?
What time is it Steelers vs. Browns Week 2 game?
The Steelers and Browns will face off on Thursday, September 22, 2022. The game kicks off at 8:15 p.m. ET and will be played at Cleveland’s home of FirstEnergy Stadium, Cleveland, Ohio.
What string are the Steelers vs Browns Game on?
The game will stream live on Amazon Prime Video at 8:15 p.m. EST. Kirk Herbstreit will be on the microphone, Al Michaels will participate in play-by-play and Kaylee Hartung will be on the sidelines.
Steelers vs Browns live stream guide
The game can be streamed live on NFL+. Fans who reside outside the United States can stream the game through the NFL Game Pass app. The free streaming option will be available on Fubo TV (free trial). You can also listen to the game live on Radio: For the Cleveland area – ESPN 850, 92.3 The Fan and 98.5 WNCX. For the Pittsburgh area – WDVE 102.5 FM and WBGG 970 AM.
Steelers injury record vs. Browns
For the Steelers, only two players were listed on their Week 3 injury report. Steelers star safety Minkah Fitzpatrick was a limited participant in Wednesday’s practice as he suffered from lower leg cramps. Linebacker Devin Bush was also injured but was seen in practices Tuesday and Wednesday. Both players will play on Thursday.
The Browns suffered a loss as defensive end Jadeveon Clowney will not play in the Week 3 game due to a foot injury.
Steelers vs. Browns head-to-head record
The Steelers and Browns have met 141 times. The first time they faced each other was in 1950 when the Browns beat the Steelers 30-17. The Steelers are currently 79-61-1 against the Browns. If Pittsburgh wins Thursday, then it will be their third straight win over the Browns.