The Browns take on the Pittsburgh Steelers in Week 11. Here are some nuggets about the contest, as well as how you can watch or listen to the game.
Game Time/Date: Sunday, November 20, 2016 at 1:00 PM ET
Location: FirstEnergy Stadium, Cleveland, OH
TV Channel: CBS - Kevin Harlan (play-by-play) & Rich Gannon (analyst)
Local Radio: 92.3 The Fan (WKRK-FM), ESPN 850 WKNR, WNCX (98.5 FM)
Online streaming: NFL Game Pass
Weather: 36 degrees (feels like 23). 25% chance of snow. Winds from WNW at 29 MPH.
Odds: Steelers by 9 points.
Per 506sports, the fans in the red areas below will be able to watch the game on TV:
-The Browns will be wearing orange tops, white pants, and orange socks.
-Steelers DB Justin Gilbert was originally drafted by the Browns in the first round (8th overall) of the 2014 NFL Draft.
-Defensive coordinator Ray Horton was the Steelers’ assistant defensive backs coach from 2004-2006, and later served as the defensive backs coach from 2007-2010. Running backs coach/run game coordinator Kirby Wilson spent seven seasons (2007-2013) as the Steelers running backs coach.
-Pittsburgh defensive coordinator Keith Butler coached the Browns linebackers from 1999-2002. Steelers wide receivers coach Richard Mann held the same position with the Browns from 1985-1993. Pittsburgh assistant head coach/defensive line coach John Mitchell spent three seasons (1991-1993) in Cleveland coaching the defensive line.
-With one pass defensed, CB Joe Haden will have recorded 100 in his career. He currently leads the league with 99 passes defensed since entering the league in 2010.
-With one or more receptions, RB Duke Johnson will become the first Browns running back to record 40 or more receptions in multiple seasons since Jamel White accomplished the feat from 2001-03.
-QB Cody Kessler has attempted 119 consecutive passes without an interception. With 16 more, he would pass Bernie Kosar (134 in 1985) for the longest streak by a Browns rookie. With 32 more he would pass Brady Quinn (150 in 2009) for the fifth-longest streak by a Brown.
-The last time these two teams was on January 3rd, 2016 in Cleveland, when the Steelers defeated the Browns by a final score of 28-12. Three field goals by K Travis Coons made is so the Browns were only down 14-9 at the half. A Steelers field goal in the third quarter made it 17-9. Unfortunately, Cleveland just couldn’t convert in the red zone — a field goal at the start of the fourth quarter made it 17-12, but Pittsburgh finished the game with 11 straight points to seal it. Cleveland started Austin Davis at quarterback. Ben Roethlisberger threw for three touchdowns and two interceptions.