clock menu more-arrow no yes

Filed under:

How to watch Steelers vs. Jets 2014 online: Time, TV schedule, live stream and radio

The Steelers are fighting for first place in the AFC North, while the Jets may be playing for Rex Ryan's job.

The Pittsburgh Steelers and New York Jets are going in entirely opposite directions this season, but the two will meet for a Week 10 matchup on Sunday. Pittsburgh certainly has a lot more to play for, with a 6-3 record and a spot atop the AFC North. The Jets are 1-8 on the year, last in a division that includes two five-win teams and the New England Patriots, who sit at 7-2 on the year.

New York really can only be playing for head coach Rex Ryan at this point. It's an uphill battle for him to keep his job after the sustained disappointment that has been the Jets over the years. It seems like few things ever change in Pittsburgh. Ben Roethlisberger still leads one of the league's top passing offenses, the defense is solid and the Steeler are right in the thick of things in the AFC North.

The Steelers have won their last three games, all in dominant fashion. Their last outing was a 43-23 victory over the division rival Baltimore Ravens, and before that they hung 51 points on the tough Indianapolis Colts. To no surprise, they're favored to win this game against the Jets.

There are a couple things the Jets do well. For one, they're pretty solid against the run, allowing just 88.4 rushing yards per game, good for seventh in the league. But they're also good against the pass, and have made things tough for some of the league's top quarterbacks this year. New York has faced Aaron Rodgers, Jay Cutler, Matthew Stafford, Philip Rivers, Peyton Manning and Tom Brady this season, but still ranks 12th in the league in pass defense. That's something to aspire to.

How to Watch

Where: MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford

When: 1 p.m. ET


Announcers: Kevin Harlan, Rich Gannon, Otis Livingston

Radio: Jets Radio NetworkSteelers Radio Network

Online Streaming: Verizon NFL Mobile


Pittsburgh opened as a narrow 2.5-point favorite, but the line quickly widened throughout the week. Some books had them favored by as much as six points, according to OddsShark.

Further Reading

For more on the Steelers, check out Behind the Steel Curtain. To keep reading about the Jets, head over to Gang Green Nation.