Cleveland Browns vs. Steelers live stream: How to watch the Wild Card Round

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The Cleveland Browns take on Pittsburgh Steelers in the Wild Card Round

It’s finally here. The Cleveland Browns are back in the playoffs and we all want more than this one game. The matchup makes it even more interesting as they take on the hated Pittsburgh Steelers — who are also the last team they saw in a postseason game way back in 2003.

Of course, it’s not the first time this Cleveland squad is facing a do-or-die game against the Steelers. These two played back in Week 17 and while the Steelers rested many of their starters, the Browns still had to score a victory to get into the playoffs and they did so while holding off a late surge from the Steelers.

Now, they play again one week later but the Browns will now be short-handed. Early in the week, it was discovered that head coach Kevin Stefanski would have to miss the game after testing positive for COVID-19. That means special teams coordinator Mike Priefer will take his place as the acting head coach but offensive coordinator Alex Van Pelt will be calling the plays for Stefanski.

The team is preaching staying the course even without Stefanski and starters such as Joel Bitonio and Denzel Ward, but it’s still a lot to overcome. Should they do so, this would make the postseason win even sweeter.

Here, we have all the information you need to catch your Cleveland Browns in the postseason.

Details for Sunday’s game are below:

Date: Sunday, Jan. 10
Start time: 8:15 p.m. ET
Location: Pittsburgh, PA
Stadium: Heinz Field
TV Info: NBC, Browns TV Programming News 5 (Pregame)
Radio Broadcast: Live Browns Radio, Pregame 98.5 WNCX; Game: 92.4 The Fan, ESPN 850, 98.5 WNCX; Postgame available on 92.3 The Fan, Browns Mobile App
Live Stream: NBC, NFL Sunday Ticket

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It’s survive and advance and the Browns are out to prove that they can overcome anything against the Steelers this weekend.