The 2013 NFL live stream and TV games on the schedule during the 4 p.m. EST time slot will include the Pittsburgh Steelers vs. New England Patriots at Gillette Stadium. The Patriots have managed to get wins, despite not doing so in the most reasonable manner. The Steelers are in need of a win, or can pretty much guarantee they won't be in the postseason. Today's televised and live stream NFL game will be presented on CBS and other sources.
According to a Nov. 3 report from Boston.com, the Patriots will be without defensive tackle Tommy Kelly who was placed on the injured reserve list this past Saturday. Kelly, who has a season-ending knee injury, is now the ninth player from the Patriots’ roster to be put on the sidelines for the rest of the season. Others on the list with Kelly include linebacker Jerod Mayo, defensive tackle Vince Wilforck and safety Adrian Wilson.
Despite the assorted injuries, the Patriots have been finding ways to win, en route to a 6-2 record so far this season. They’ll face the Steelers today who lead the all-time series against New England 14-8. The last time the two teams played was back on Oct. 30, 2011 at Pittsburgh’s home field, with the Steelers winning it 25-17. One important stat though: New England holds a 2-1 record playing against the Steelers at home.
With all those injuries, the Patriots also have three guys who are “questionable” for today’s game: Aqib Talib, Kyle Arrington and Leon Washington. Seven other guys are “probable.” Despite that, New England is favored to win against the Steelers by 6 points. The Steelers are currently 2-5 overall and lost just last weekend at Oakland 21-18. However, they rank second in the NFL in pass defense, holding their opponents to 181 yards per game. Will they be able to get to Tom Brady today and get an important win, or will Belichick's Patriots continue to roll?
Sunday's Steelers vs. Patriots game has a start time of 4:25 p.m. EST at Gillette Stadium in Massachusetts. The game will be televised in standard and hi-definition by CBS at that time. In addition, the NFL Sunday Ticket premium service on DIRECTV and the Verizon NFL Insider service may allow subscribers to watch this game live streaming online. The NFL Game Rewind subscription service will give subscribers a full on-demand replay starting at 4:25 p.m. EST.