Not since Super Bowl XLV have Aaron Rodgers and Ben Roethlisberger played in a game against one another. The two meetings between the Green Bay Packers and Pittsburgh Steelers since then have seen Rodgers inactive with injuries, which also makes Pittsburgh the only team (other than the Packers, of course) Rodgers has not beaten in a regular season game.
Packers fans around the country will have a good shot of seeing the two teams square off on Sunday afternoon, as it is the primary late-afternoon game on CBS’ week 4 doubleheader. That means that unless you reside in the Denver Broncos’ or Baltimore Ravens’ home markets, you should be able to see Packers-Steelers on your local CBS affiliate.
Just to be safe, we have your broadcast map and a list of streaming options here for you in this week’s Game Primer. This marks only the second game out of four so far this season for the Packers that they have not been on national television, but it kicks off a stretch of four straight Sunday afternoon games for the team, with the next three set to kick off at noon Central time.
Here are your details for today’s game.
Pittsburgh Steelers (1-2) vs. Green Bay Packers (2-1)
Green Bay, Wisconsin
Sunday, October 3, 2021
3:25 PM Central Time
Commentators: Jim Nantz, Tony Romo, Tracy Wolfson
Broadcast Map (PIT-GB shown in red)
Packers-Steelers will also be broadcast locally in the Anchorage, Fairbanks, and Hawaii TV markets.
- Packers Radio Network (local)
- Compass Media Networks (national)
- Satellite: Sirius 82, XM 227
NFL Sunday Ticket (out-of-market locations only)
In-market streaming options:
Odds (via DraftKings)
Point spread: Packers favored by 6.5 points
Over/under total: 45.5
Week 12 2017: @Steelers 31, Packers 28
All-Time Head-to-Head Record
Regular season: Packers lead 18-16-0
Playoffs: Packers lead 1-0 (Super Bowl XLV)