What channel is Browns vs. Steelers on today? Schedule, time for ‘Monday Night Football’ in Week 2


If the Steelers earned the title of “most disappointing” in Week 1, the Browns might have come away as the biggest winner of the weekend.

Cleveland’s defense tormented Joe Burrow and the Bengals, holding Cincinnati to three points and quickly inspiring hope that this season will be much different than last season. Despite the Browns’ success, Deshaun Watson struggled in Week 1.

The Steelers fell on their face in a loss to the 49ers in Week 1, falling behind early and not showing enough offensive firepower to threaten San Francisco the rest of the way. After Kenny Pickett spent the summer building momentum, pressure is already starting to mount on the second-year quarterback to show he’s making progress.

Pickett won’t have WR Diontae Johnson at his disposal Monday, which makes what could be an uphill battle against an improved Cleveland defense even more challenging.

The Steelers still haven’t had a losing season under Mike Tomlin. If they drop to 0-2 with back-to-back home losses, murmurs about the streak will undoubtedly start to become a focus.

MORE: Watch Browns vs. Steelers live with Fubo (free trial)

Here’s what you need to know to watch the “Monday Night Football” game between the Browns and Steelers.

What channel is Browns vs. Steelers on today?

  • Game: Cleveland Browns vs. Pittsburgh Steelers
  • Date: Monday, Sept. 18
  • TV channel: ABC
  • Live stream: ESPN+, NFL+, Fubo (U.S.) | DAZN (Canada)

Monday’s game between the Browns and Steelers will be broadcast on ABC. With the Panthers and Saints facing off on ESPN, Joe Buck and Troy Aikman will call the game on ABC.

There will be no “ManningCast” this week, as the Manning brothers will be off until Week 4.

Browns vs. Steelers start time

  • Date: Monday, Sept. 18
  • Start time: 8:15 p.m. ET

While part of a doubleheader, Monday’s game between the Browns and Steelers will still start in the customary “Monday Night Football” timeslot of 8:15 p.m. ET. 

NFL live stream for Browns vs. Steelers

  • Live stream (U.S.): ESPN+, NFL+, Fubo
  • Live stream (Canada): DAZN

Viewers in the United States have a few different options to live stream Browns vs. Steelers. ESPN will broadcast the game over its proprietary streaming service, ESPN+ (subscription required). NFL+ will also carry the game, but a subscription is required, as well.

Cord-cutters in the U.S. can turn to Fubo for their streaming needs. Fubo carries the ESPN family of networks, ABC, NBC, CBS and NFL Network, so fans can catch a bevy of football action throughout the 2023 season. Fubo also offers a free trial.

Viewers in Canada can sign up for DAZN, which carries NFL Game Pass.

NFL Week 2 schedule

  • Thursday, Sept. 14
Time (ET) Game Live stream
8:15 p.m. Vikings vs. Eagles Amazon Prime Video
  • Sunday, Sept. 17
Time (ET) Game TV channel
1 p.m. Packers vs. Falcons Fox
1 p.m. Raiders vs. Bills CBS
1 p.m. Ravens vs. Bengals CBS
1 p.m. Seahawks vs. Lions Fox
1 p.m. Colts vs. Texans Fox
1 p.m. Chiefs vs. Jaguars CBS
1 p.m. Bears vs. Buccaneers Fox
1 p.m. Chargers vs. Titans CBS
4:05 p.m. Giants vs. Cardinals Fox
4:05 p.m. 49ers vs. Rams Fox
4:25 p.m. Jets vs. Cowboys CBS
4:25 p.m. Commanders vs. Broncos CBS
8:20 p.m. Dolphins vs. Patriots NBC
  • Monday, Sept. 18
Time (ET) Game TV channel
7:15 p.m. Saints vs. Panthers ESPN
8:15 p.m. Browns vs. Steelers ABC

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