What channel is Steelers vs. Ravens on today? Time, TV schedule for NFL Week 18 game

It’s kind of crazy to talk of this game as potentially pointless once the dust settles on Sunday. Neither the Steelers (8-7-1) nor the Ravens (8-8) can make the playoffs without help. But the loser of this AFC North Week 18 showdown doesn’t get a chance to get in. That means for the Steelers, this could be Ben Roethlisberger’s last game in black and gold. For the Ravens, it will be up to Tyler Huntley to get them a win to end the year.

Lamar Jackson will be out for the fifth game in a row with a persistent ankle injury, leaving the Ravens understaffed once again. The Ravens are 0-4 in their last four with Huntley leading, losing three of those games (to the Browns, Packers and Rams) by four points combined. The outlier is a 41-21 beating at the hands of Joe Burrow, Ja’Marr Chase and the formidable Bengals. If the Ravens win, they would need a Colts loss to the Jaguars, a Chargers loss to the Raiders and a Dolphins loss or a draw to the Patriots.

For the Steelers, the way forward is a little less unlikely, though it hardly hinges on a Colts loss to the Jaguars. They would need the Colts to lose and the Raiders and Chargers not to end in a draw, which would make it a long shot, but not completely insane.

All that said, this is likely to end up being a disappointing season for both teams. However, once the off-season starts, the shades will be very different. For the Ravens, it will be about recharging and preparing for the return of their star quarterback. While Huntley hasn’t been horrible, he hasn’t had that key moment like Jackson’s touchdown against the Chiefs. Even one of those moments significantly changes the landscape for the Ravens this week. Meanwhile, the Steelers enter an offseason with the looming question of who will be their new quarterback. That question will ultimately be a determining factor in how his 2022 goes, making it a big decision for Steelers general manager Kevin Colbert.

Here’s what you need to know to watch Steelers vs. Ravens this Sunday, including start time, TV channels and the full NFL week 18 schedule.

What channel are Steelers vs. Ravens today?

  • Television channel (national): CBS
  • Television channel (Pittsburgh): KDKA
  • Television channel (Baltimore): WJZ
  • Live broadcast: supreme +, fuboTV

Steelers vs. Ravens will air regionally on local CBS affiliate channels in week 18. Ian Eagles and Charles Davis will host this game for CBS, with Evan Washburn on the sidelines. Gene Steratore will provide rules analysis, along with the rest of the early CBS games.

You can find the Steelers ‘away broadcast on SiriusXM channel 382, ​​while the Ravens’ home broadcast airs on channel 226.

In Canada, viewers can watch Steelers vs. Ravens with a subscription to DAZN, including all NFL games.

Steelers vs. Ravens

  • Date: Sunday, January 9
  • Kick off: 1:00 p.m. EST, 10:00 a.m. PST

Steelers vs. Ravens is scheduled to start at 1 p.m. ET on Sunday. This game will air anywhere that doesn’t have pre-game games on CBS.

2021 Pittsburgh Steelers Schedule

Week Date Adversary Start time TV
one September 12 on invoices 1 pm ET CBS
two September 19th against assailants 1 pm ET CBS
3 September 26 against bengalis 1 pm ET CBS
4 October 3 in packers 4:25 PM Eastern Time CBS
5 October 10th against broncos 1 pm ET Fox
6 October the 17th against sea hawks 8:20 pm ET NBC
7 October 24th BYE ————— ——
8 31 October in browns 1 pm ET CBS
9 November 8th against bears 8:15 pm ET ESPN
10 November 14th against lions 1 pm ET Fox
eleven November 21 in chargers 8:20 pm ET NBC
12 November 28 in benga 1 pm ET CBS
13 December 5th against crows 4:25 PM Eastern Time CBS
14 December 9 in vikings 8:20 pm ET Fox, Red NFL, Amazon Prime Video
fifteen Decembre 19th against titans 1 pm ET CBS
sixteen December 26 in bosses 4:25 PM Eastern Time CBS
17 January 3 against browns 8:15 pm ET ESPN
18 January 9th in the crows 1 pm ET CBS

2021 Baltimore Ravens Schedule

Week Date Adversary Start time TV
one September 13th in the assailants 8:15 pm ET ESPN
two September 19th against bosses 8:20 pm ET NBC
3 September 26 in lions 1 pm ET CBS
4 October 3 in the broncos 4:25 PM Eastern Time CBS
5 October 11th against foals 8:15 pm ET ESPN
6 October the 17th against chargers 1 pm ET CBS
7 October 24th against bengalis 1 pm ET CBS
8 31 October BYE ———— ——
9 November 7 against vikings 1 pm ET Fox
10 November 11th in dolphins 8:20 pm ET Fox, Red NFL, Amazon Prime Video
eleven November 21 in the bears 1 pm ET CBS
12 November 28 against browns 8:20 pm ET NBC
13 December 5th in the steelworkers 4:25 PM Eastern Time CBS
14 December 12th in browns 1 pm ET CBS
fifteen Decembre 19th against packers 1 pm ET Fox
sixteen December 26 in flares 1 pm ET CBS
17 January 2 against rams 4:25 PM Eastern Time Fox
18 January 9th against the steelers 1 pm ET CBS