Green Bay Packers vs. Pittsburgh Steelers TV Channel, Live Stream, Time: Preseason NFL Football 2018 Tonight

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers at Soldier Field, Chicago, Illinois, November 12. Rodgers can return in Week 15 against the Panthers. Stacy Revere/Getty

It's time for more NFL preseason 2018 week 2 action tonight, with the Green Bay Packers vs. Pittsburgh Steelers from Lambeau Field.

It's the second preseason game for both teams, with Green Bay beating the Titans 31-17 the first week. Pittsburgh defeated the Eagles 31-14 in week 1. You don't find these preseason games on TV and live streaming in the usual spots, so see below for more on how, where to watch tonight's Green Bay vs. Pittsburgh game on TV and online.

Game time tonight: 8 p.m. EDT

TV Channels: Packers TV Network (18 local channels carry the game; see the complete list here); In Pittsburgh CBS-2 (Pittsburgh), CBS-10 (Altoona), CBS-21 (Harrisburg), FOX-66 (Erie), NBC-4 (Columbus, OH), CBS-27 (Youngstown, OH)

Live Stream: FuboTV (you can try for seven days for free)

Odds: Green Bay –5.5; Over/Under 38.5

Preview Notes:

*Like any preseason game the question is which stars will play, which ones won't. Pittsburgh coach Mike Tomlin has ruled out several key players for tonight's game against the Packers including quarterback Ben Roethlisberger. Others that won't play include Antonio Brown and defensive tackle Cam Heyward, according to reports.

*Good news for Green Bay fans, though, since quarterback Aaron Rodgers is expected to get some action in preseason week 2 against the Steelers.

"The goal is to play Aaron on Thursday," head coach Mike McCarthy said this week. "Coordination of who he plays with is part of that decision. But yeah, definitely, that's the goal for him to play."