The Denver Broncos (4-6) have won two of their last four games and were just two points from making it three of four, so they are playing much better over the last month. They’ll need to continue that effort as they host a hot Pittsburgh Steelers (7-2-1) that has won six-straight games.
If you see RED in your region in the map below, then you will get the Broncos-Steelers game on your local CBS station this weekend. Most of you will, including those living in Alaska and Hawaii.
The Broncos sit just one game out of the sixth playoff spot in the AFC, so every win is critical if this team wants to recover from their slow start to the season. Head Coach Vance Joseph doesn’t want to talk playoffs just yet as he has a very small focus week to week trying to get this team turned around.
“Playoffs? Come on,” Joseph said on Thursday. “We’ve won one game and we’ve got small focus. To talk playoffs right now, with our football team, is unfair. We’ve got to work every day to get better and better every day and play our best ball to win the game on Sunday. We’ll see. We’ve talked about having small-picture focus but big-picture awareness. We know what’s out there. Everyone reads the stuff, but right now, we’ve got to focus on Pittsburgh.”
The game will be called by Jim Nantz (play-by-play), Tony Romo (analyst), and Tracy Wolfson (sideline reporting). Kickoff is set for 2:25 p.m. on Sunday, November 25, 2018 at Broncos Stadium at Mile High in Denver, Colorado.