Patriots vs Steelers

Patriots vs Steelers : The Pittsburgh Steelers and New England Patriots are both coming off unexpected upset losses. In the Steelers case, their bungled game a week ago puts them in a difficult position to reach the postseason.

Patriots vs Steelers live

The start time for this afternoon’s New England and Pittsburgh football game kicks off at 4:25 pm EST / 1:25 pm PST. CBS is the television channel handling coverage for the game, and you can watch Pittsburgh vs New England online live streaming without cable by choosing one of the following options:

With a free 7-day trial of CBS All Access via Amazon Prime for Prime Members, you can easily watch the Steelers vs Patriots football game online free as a Prime member and decide if you want to keep CBS All Access later.

If you don’t have Amazon Prime yet then simply sign-up for a 30-day Prime free trial, then take advantage of the 7-day CBS All Access free trial and you’re good to go.

Another way to watch the Patriots Steelers game online free is with a 7-day free trial of CBS All Access directly from CBS. No Amazon Prime account is needed, and this can be used if you’ve already used your Amazon free trial.

Cable and satellite subscribers can go to the official CBS Sports website here or mobile app to login with their provider credentials and access the CBS live stream.

The Steelers (7-5-1) have been the streakiest team in the NFL this season. When they’re on they run off a series of impressive wins. When they’re off, like they’ve been the past three games, it’s ugly to watch.

Last week’s loss to the Raiders was especially bad as it put their postseason hopes in jeopardy. They are only a half game up on the Ravens in the AFC North. Baltimore is facing the Buccaneers today and down by two points in the second quarter.

New England (9-4) have already won the AFC East despite their debacle loss to the Dolphins on the final play a week ago.

Right now the Patriots are playing for positioning and hoping the Chiefs and/or Chargers drop a couple of their final regular season games.

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