How to watch Steelers vs. Washington on DirecTV without NFL Sunday Ticket
Despite Steelers vs. Washington taking place on a Monday, it’s not a national television broadcast. DirecTV has ensured that all of its subscribers will be able to watch the game, though.
The coverage map for Pittsburgh-WFT features mostly midwest and northeast cities, with much of the country unable to watch the game rescheduled from Sunday on their local Fox affiliate. But if you’re in a grayed out area on the map below and subscribe to DirecTV, you’re in luck: The game is available to all DirecTV subscribers as part of an NFL Sunday Ticket free preview.
DirecTV confirmed to Sporting News that all of its subscribers can tune to Channel 712 to watch the game at 5 p.m. ET Monday, regardless of whether they normally subscribe to NFL Sunday Ticket or not. Below, you’ll find more information about accessing the game as a DirecTV subscriber.
What channel is Steelers vs. Washington on?
- DirecTV channel: 712
The early 700 channels on DirecTV are all part of the NFL Sunday Ticket package. But anyone who subscribes to DirecTV can tune into 712 to watch the Steelers play the Washington Football Team, even if they’re not a Sunday Ticket subscriber.
That’s due to a decision made by DirecTV and confirmed to Sporting News which is an attempt to keep its subscribers from being shut out from watching Monday’s early evening game.
NFL coverage map Week 13Steelers vs. Washington
The Steelers vs. Washington game can be viewed in any of the red regions in the map above on your local Fox channel.
If you’re in a gray region, the game won’t be available on your local Fox affiliate. In the gray areas, the game is only available to DirecTV subscribers — but that includes both Sunday Ticket and non-Sunday Ticket subcribers, as DirecTV has made the game available for free to all subscribers on channel 712.
What local channel is Steelers vs. Washington on?
The Steelers vs. Washington game will be broadcast on Fox in regions throughout the country, denoted in red in the map above. Some of the major metropolitan areas that will carry this game include Pittsburgh, Tampa, Dallas, New Orleans, Kansas City, Chicago, Baltimore, Boston and Philadelphia.
If you’re unsure which of your local channels is Fox, specific channel number information for your locality can be found here.
Viewers nationally who subscribe to DirecTV can tune into channel 712 to watch the game at 5 p.m. ET.
How to watch NFL games on TV out of market
If you live outside the desired area on the coverage map above, there are other legal ways to watch NFL games while out of market. One way is to subscribe to the NFL Sunday Ticket package with DirecTV. More information on that package is here — although a subscription is not necessary to watch Pittsburgh-Washington on Monday thanks to the free preview being offered to DirecTV subscribers.
In Canada, all NFL games can be viewed via DAZN. More information on that subscription process is here. Viewers can also subscribe to NFL Game Pass, which has full access to a replay of the game soon after the live broadcast ends.