Cleveland Browns vs. Pittsburgh Steelers: Watch Saturday Night Football live for free (9/22/22)

CLEVELAND, Ohio – The Browns and Steelers renewed their rivalry Thursday night to begin week three of the 2022 NFL season. The game kicks off in Cleveland at 8:15 p.m. ET.

Watch live broadcasts for free in the market: DirecTV Stream (Free Trial); FuboTV (Free Trial) and Hulu Live TV (Free Trial).

If you don’t live in the Cleveland Market, the only way to watch this game is by Amazon Prime Video. You can get a free 30-day trial to register online. After the free trial, a Prime membership costs $14.99 per month plus taxes.

Brown blew up a 13-point lead with 1:55 to play in a shock 31-30 loss to the Gates on Sunday. The Steelers also lost to 1-1 on Sunday as their attack struggled in a 17-14 loss to the Patriots.

FromThe Pittsburgh Steelers (1-1) at the Cleveland Browns (1-1).

WhenThursday, September 22, 2022.

time: 8:15 p.m. ET.

where: FirstEnergy Stadium, Cleveland (67895).

Television: WEWS Channel 5 (in the Cleveland area);

cable channel finderAT&T U-Verse, Comcast Xfinity, Spectrum/Charter, Optimum/Altice, Cox, DIRECTV, Dish, Verizon Fios, WOW.

live streams: DirecTV Stream (Free Trial); FuboTV (Free Trial) and Hulu Live TV (Free Trial). Fans who don’t live in Cleveland can only watch the game on Amazon Prime Video (30-day free trial).

latest line: Brown -4.5.

Announcers: Al Michaels, Kirk Herbstreet and Kylie Hartung.

Read some of’s Mary Kay Capote about Brown trying to figure out their connectivity issues from Sunday’s crash against the Jets.

Brown Corner back Denzel Ward, taking the heat for Joe Flacco’s 66-yard pass to receiver Corey Davis in Sunday’s unlikely loss of planes“It wasn’t my coverage,” he said on Monday.

But Ward, Brown’s new $20.1 million man, said he’d take the rap.

“If there’s someone you want to blame, I’ll take all the blame for that play or any of our plays,” he said Monday at a Zoom conference. “I think the most important thing is that we all just need to get to the same page.”

TD was one of two Ravens old foe Joe Flacco in the 1:22 final that cost the Browns a 31-30 loss after going 30-17 with 1:55 remaining. The other was the 15-yard winner to Jarrett Wilson in the middle of the end zone with 22 seconds remaining.

But on the way to go, Ward let Davis run behind on the right, and Grant Delbitt seemed to be the last line of defense. But it’s still somewhat unclear who he was supposed to have who.

“I was playing flat,” Ward said. “I was playing like Cover-2.”

In that case, Ward said, he was supposed to let Davis leave while he ran the apartment and that he shouldn’t have left his area in an effort to salvage potential coverage. As it were, Tyler Conklin was going a flat road late to occupy Ward.

But Delpit, who appeared to be the culprit if he wasn’t Ward, did not admit that he had blown it up.

“It was a two-call game and depending on how we play, we play either call,” Delpit said. “So, it was a communication error.”

When asked about his mission, Delpit stuck to the guns.

“connection error.”

But with Ward stating that it wasn’t his coverage, was his coverage of Delpit?

“I’m not going to play the blame game with my teammates, so I’m just going to let it go because it was a communication error,” Delbit said.

Does he wish everyone was vague about whether or not it was their responsibility?

“Yes,” he said, “until next week.”

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