If you're in the RED you'll get the Broncos game on your local CBS station. If you're in the BLUE you'll get the Cincinnati @ San Francisco game. The GREEN areas will get the Miami @ San Diego game. And if you are in the GREY area you get no game
as you are likely a Sea Hawks fan due to your local team playing at home on Fox.
The last time the Denver Broncos played the Pittsburgh Steelers was September 9, 2012. It was also Peyton Manning's first regular season game as a Denver Bronco. The result of that game was a 31-19 Broncos win over the Steelers. In 2012 the game was played in Denver; this week the Broncos and Steelers are playing at Heinz Field. That's just one of the many things that are different about this Broncos-Steelers matchup.
In fact, this is the first time the Broncos have played in Pittsburgh since 2006.
The other most obvious difference for the Broncos is that Peyton Manning will be on the sidelines on Sunday. Brock Osweiler will be the Broncos starting quarterback against the Steelers, making his fifth career start. Coaching-wise you need to switch out John Fox (also in his first year with the Broncos) for Gary Kubiak. Demaryius Thomas was a Bronco in 2012, but his now fellow wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders was a Steeler the last time these two teams played. Ben Roethlisberger is still the quarterback for the Steelers of course, and his offense will be a true test for the Broncos defense.
The Broncos are 18-10-1 all-time against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Kickoff is scheduled for 2:25 p.m. Mile High time (that's 4:25 local Eastern time).