Will you be able to watch on TV?

The Kansas City Chiefs (10-4) face the Pittsburgh Steelers (7-6-1) in their 15th game of the season at Jayhead Stadium at Arrowhead Stadium on Sunday, December 26 at 3:25 GMT. The game will be shown on CBS and market fans can stream the game on Fubo.TV (7-day free trial).

Will you be able to watch this game on TV? If you live in the red areas on the map below, you’ll get this game on your local CBS channels, according to 506sports.com:

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For the third time this season, Chiefs fans will get Tony Romo and Jim Nantz At the broadcast booth with Tracy Wolfson as The marginal reporter of the game. Fans should know that Kansas City’s record is 1-1 with this broadcast crew calling out games of the season, with a win in the first week of the season and a loss to the Chargers in Week 3.

If you live in the southwest, northwest, and west coasts, you’ll probably be lucky with the Broncos and Raiders playing at the same time. Colorado, New Mexico, Northern California, Nevada, Oregon, Wyoming, parts of Idaho and parts of Montana won’t get the game on their local CBS stations.

Kansas City opened as the 9.5-point favorite over Pittsburgh but that number has been in flux due to the COVID-19 outbreak for chiefs. As of now, star players like Travis Kelce and Tyreek Hill are still on the Reserve/COVID-19 list. There is still time to activate both players, but that time is quickly running out. The Steelers are not without their own issues regarding both COVID and injuries heading into this game. It is also a pivotal match that could decide their fate in the play-off going forward.

Who will be the biggest winner in the game in week 16? Be sure to tune in on Sundays to find out.


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