The Cleveland Browns will host the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday at 1 p.m. in a game that can be seen on WBNS-10TV.
The Browns (2-8) are coming off an overtime loss versus the Dallas Cowboys.
The Steelers (6-4) are in second place in the AFC North standings.
The NFL rivalry between the Steelers and Browns has featured 120 games with Pittsburgh holding a 64-56 series lead.
WBNS-10TV has only one game on Sunday and regular programming will be seen in the afternoon following the game.
Because of NFL rules, WBNS-10TV cannot air another game, even on our digital channel, 10.2; or on 10TV.com.
The 10TV programming department has identified several conflicting weeks during the 2012 season when both the Browns and Bengals play. The Steelers also have a strong following in central Ohio and are scheduled when possible after the Browns and Bengals.
Another common question that is asked is why the station doesn't conduct polls on 10TV.com so viewers could decide the games they want to see.
"CBS and the NFL frown on this practice for many reasons, not the least of which are message boards that try and skew the poll to one side or the other," said Frank Willson, 10TV's director of operations. "We analyze the ratings each Monday morning and try to track which teams are garnering the most viewers. This is the most accurate polling we have."
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