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This week’s “Sunday Night Football” game has the Pittsburgh Steelers (1-1) facing off against the Las Vegas Raiders (1-1). Both of these teams are undoubtedly looking to establish some early-season momentum. The Steelers won last Monday against the Browns and will be looking to start some kind of winning streak. Meanwhile, the Raiders are fresh off a definitive 38-10 loss against the Bills and will be looking to redeem themselves in front of their fans at home. Make sure you catch every second of the action – follow our guide to watching “Sunday Night Football” without cable.”

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When Is ‘Sunday Night Football’ and Where Can You Watch It?

The Steelers and Raiders are your Week 3 Sunday Night matchup. Here's everything you need to know:

  • Who's playing:  Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Las Vegas Raiders
  • When is kickoff: 8:20 p.m. ET / 5:20 p.m. PT on Sep. 24
  • Where's the game: Allegiant Stadium in Paradise, Nevada
  • Where to watch: NBC and Peacock

The Steelers and the Raiders have only played against each other 31 times, including six postseason games, and the Raiders lead the series 17-14. The Raiders have won three of the last five and six of their last ten against the Steelers, but the Steelers squeezed out a win the last time these teams met. That being said, the Steelers haven’t bested the Raiders on the Raiders’ home turf since 1995, and with Pittsburgh missing so many key players, like defensive tackle Cam Heyward, running back Anthony McFarland, and wide receiver Diontae Johnson, this week, they’ve got their work cut out for them. 

The Raiders injury report paints a very different picture on the Las Vegas side – defensive end Tyree Wilson is still questionable to play despite practicing Friday, but wide receiver Jakobi Meyers is back in action and, despite not having a designated game status, safety Chris Smith II was a full participant in practice, like Wilson. Luckily for the Raiders, this is a short week for the Steelers, and Las Vegas might have an easier time handling their fatigued opponent.

Catch every second of gridiron action by making sure you've got the right streaming service. Follow our guide below!

How to Stream 'Sunday Night Football'

NBC has exclusive rights to “Sunday Night Football,” meaning any streaming service “skinny bundle” that provides access to NBC will do in your quest for Sunday night gridiron action.

Most modern streaming services come with some plan that includes NBC access, and NBC also offers its own app, Peacock.

Here are the ways you can watch NBC, and, by extension, ‘Sunday Night Football,' without cable:

Can I Watch 'Sunday Night Football' on Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV, or Chromecast?

You can stream NBC and ‘Sunday Night Football' using any of the methods listed above, but just because you're using a streaming platform doesn't mean you're stuck on a pocket-sized screen. ‘Sunday Night Football' is better when you can see all the action without squinting at a handheld screen.

Using any modern smart TV or streaming device, you can watch NBC on your living room TV. Some of our favorite devices come from brands like Roku, FireTV, Apple TV, or Android TV.

More to Watch for Fans of Football

There’s no reason to miss seeing your favorite team in action. With the information above, you should have everything you need to watch “Sunday Night Football” without a cable TV subscription.

Nor is there a reason to limit your football consumption to Sunday nights. As a cord-cutter, you can watch NFL games — including all the weekend games — without cable online and for free over the air. Thanks to live TV streaming services, you can also catch Monday Night Football on ESPN. And don’t even get us started on the NFL playoffs and the biggest game of all. With streaming and over-the-air options all over the place, it has never been easier to watch or stream the Super Bowl without cable.

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