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Browns vs. Steelers 2018 TV schedule, channel, uniform, streaming, and more

A look at which cities the game will air in and other interesting nuggets.

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The Browns are on the road this week to take on the Steelers in Week 8. Here are some nuggets about Sunday’s contest, as well as how you can watch or listen to the game.

Game Information

  • Game Time/Date: Sunday, October 28, 2018 at 1:00 PM ET
  • Location: Heinz Field, Pittsburgh, PA
  • TV Channel: CBS - Ian Eagle (play-by-play) & Dan Fouts (analyst)
  • Local Radio: 92.3 The Fan (WKRK-FM), ESPN 850 WKNR, WNCX (98.5 FM)
  • Online streaming: FuboTV
  • Weather: 46 degrees (feels like 41). 5% chance of precipitation at the start of the game but rising to 85% at 4 PM, 11 MPH wind from the Southwest.
  • Odds: Steelers by 8 points.
  • Over/under: 49

The areas in BLUE will get to watch the game live, per 506sports:


Unfortunately, the Browns did not tweet out any information about which uniforms they will wear this week. Orange for Halloween would be nice, no?

Interesting Stats / Notes

  • QB Baker Mayfield - His 1,090 passing yards are the most by a Brown in their first four career starts.
  • DE Myles Garrett - Garrett’s seven sacks are the most by a Brown through the first seven weeks of a season and his 14 career sacks are the fourth-most sacks by a Brown in their first two seasons.
  • A rushing score by any Brown will give the team 10 on the year and will be the most by a Browns team through the first eight games of a season since 1974 (10).
  • With another successful two-point conversion, the 2018 Browns would set the franchise record for most in a single season (five).


  • Browns offensive coordinator Todd Haley spent the previous six seasons in the same role with the Pittsburgh Steelers. Haley led the Steelers’ offensive efforts to three divisional championships and four playoff berths. He also helped guide multiple offensive players to Pro Bowl selections. In 2017, six Steelers on the offensive side of the ball made the Pro Bowl, a league best.
  • Browns special teams coordinator Amos Jones was a member of the Steelers’ staff from 2007-12 and helped WR Antonio Brown earn a Pro Bowl selection as a returner in 2011. He also won a Super Bowl with the Steelers (XLIII). Jones also served as kicking game coordinator at the University of Pittsburgh in 1992.
  • Dee and Jimmy Haslam were part owners of the Steelers from 2008-12.
  • Browns OL Chris Hubbard was a Steeler from 2013-17. He played in 40 career games for Pittsburgh, including six playoff contests.
  • Steelers DB Joe Haden was originally drafted by the Browns in the first round of the 2010 NFL Draft. Haden was selected to two Pro Bowls as a Brown.
  • Steelers defensive coordinator Keith Butler coached the Browns linebackers from 1999-02.
  • Steelers LB L.J. Fort was originally signed by the Browns as an undrafted free agent in 2012. He appeared in all 16 games with one start during his rookie season in Cleveland.
  • Steelers assistant head coach/DL coach John Mitchell spent three seasons (1991-93) in Cleveland as an assistant coach.
  • Steelers OL Zach Banner played in eight games for the Browns last season.


  • The Browns have a 58-72-1 all-time record against the Steelers.
  • The last time these two teams met was on September 9, 2018, in Week 1 at FirstEnergy Stadium, when the game finished in a 21-21 tie. The Browns were down 21-7 in the fourth quarter, but defensive pressure and timely offense by Cleveland got a late tie. Zane Gonzalez game-winning field goal attempt in overtime was blocked, cementing the tie.