Pittsburgh Steelers at Buffalo Bills Saturday, August 29 at 4:00 PM ET Live on NFL Network

Saturday, August 29

Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Buffalo Bills at 4:00 PM ET LIVE on NFL Network

Free Preseason Edition of ‘NFL RedZone’ at 7:00 PM ET

Preseason Edition of ‘NFL GameDay Live’ at 7:00 PM ET

It’s time to get ‘Back to Football’ and NFL Network remains the go-to destination to do so, with Pittsburgh Steelers-Buffalo Bills carried live, re-airs of every Week 3 preseason game, a free preseason edition of NFL RedZone and a preseason edition of NFL GameDay Live.

On Saturday, August 29 at 4:00 PM ET, quarterback Ben Roethlisberger and the Pittsburgh Steelers travel to face head coach Rex Ryan and the Buffalo Bills live on NFL Network. Editions of NFL Total Access air at 3:00 PM ET, during halftime of Steelers-Bills and at 11:00 PM ET, with host Dan Hellie, and analysts Jamie Dukes and Nate Burleson.

Additionally, NFL Network provides complete game re-airs of every Week 3 preseason game.

A special preseason edition of NFL GameDay Live airs Saturday, August 29 at 7:00 PM ET, with host Rhett Lewis and analysts Heath Evans and Eric Davis providing in-progress highlights and analysis of Saturday’s preseason games.

With NFL Mobile from Verizon, fans on the go can stream all 65 preseason games on their smartphones when they air on NFL Network, including 13 LIVE preseason games. Plus, get all the latest news and highlights with live NFL Network 24/7. Verizon customers are eligible to live stream content on NFL Mobile. For more information, including how to access, visit vzw.com/nfl. For fans using other devices, all NFL Network programming can also be streamed live on the NFL app delivered on XBOX from Microsoft and through Watch NFL Network (NFL.com/watch) on PCs and tablets, with participating cable and satellite providers.

***Please note that all live games on NFL Network are subject to local blackouts***

On Saturday, August 29 at 7:00 PM ET, Scott Hanson hosts a free preseason edition of NFL RedZone, providing all of the scoring plays and exciting action from 10 Week 3 preseason games.

The final free preseason edition of NFL RedZone airs Thursday, September 3 at 7:00 PM ET.

Below is NFL Network’s Week 3 broadcast schedule.

NFL NETWORK 2015 WEEK 3 PRESEASON GAMES SCHEDULE

(ALL TIMES EASTERN; LIVE GAMES IN BOLD; ALL GAMES IN HIGH DEFINITION)

Friday, August 28

12 Midnight ET – New England Patriots vs. Carolina Panthers

3:00 AM ET – Tennessee Titans vs. Kansas City Chiefs

Saturday, August 29

6:00 AM ET – Detroit Lions vs. Jacksonville Jaguars

9:00 AM ET – Tennessee Titans vs. Kansas City Chiefs

12 Noon ET – New England Patriots vs. Carolina Panthers

4:00 PM ET – Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Buffalo Bills – LIVE

12 Midnight ET – San Francisco 49ers vs. Denver Broncos

3:00 AM ET – Washington Redskins vs. Baltimore Ravens

Sunday, August 30

6:00 AM ET – Cleveland Browns vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

9:00 AM ET – Philadelphia Eagles vs. Green Bay Packers

12 Noon ET – Minnesota Vikings vs. Dallas Cowboys

12 Midnight ET – Seattle Seahawks vs. San Diego Chargers

3:00 AM ET – Chicago Bears vs. Cincinnati Bengals

5:30 AM ET – Atlanta Falcons vs. Miami Dolphins

Monday, August 31

10:00 AM ET – Indianapolis Colts vs. St. Louis Rams

1:00 PM ET – Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Buffalo Bills

4:00 PM ET – Cleveland Browns vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

8:00 PM ET – Philadelphia Eagles vs. Green Bay Packers

12 Midnight ET – San Francisco 49ers vs. Denver Broncos

3:00 AM ET – Houston Texans vs. New Orleans Saints

5:30 AM ET – Washington Redskins vs. Baltimore Ravens

Tuesday, September 1

10:00 AM ET – New York Jets vs. New York Giants

1:00 PM ET – Tennessee Titans vs. Kansas City Chiefs

4:00 PM ET – San Francisco 49ers vs. Denver Broncos

8:00 PM ET – Minnesota Vikings vs. Dallas Cowboys

12 Midnight ET – Arizona Cardinals vs. Oakland Raiders

3:00 AM ET – Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Buffalo Bills

5:30 AM ET – Detroit Lions vs. Jacksonville Jaguars

Wednesday, September 2

10:00 AM ET – Houston Texans vs. New Orleans Saints

1:00 PM ET – Chicago Bears vs. Cincinnati Bengals

4:00 PM ET – Washington Redskins vs. Baltimore Ravens

8:00 PM ET – New England Patriots vs. Carolina Panthers

12 Midnight ET – Seattle Seahawks vs. San Diego Chargers

3:00 AM ET – Indianapolis Colts vs. St. Louis Rams

5:30 AM ET – New York Jets vs. New York Giants

Thursday, September 3

10:00 AM ET – Cleveland Browns vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

1:00 PM ET – Minnesota Vikings vs. Dallas Cowboys

3:30 PM ET – Philadelphia Eagles vs. Green Bay Packers

***Please note that all live games on NFL Network are subject to local blackouts***

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