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Before the 2019 NFL season started, a mid-November game between the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Cleveland Browns might have looked like a contest with big implications for the AFC North crown. Instead, the Baltimore Ravens have flown away from their rivals, with the Steelers and Browns both trying to rally from poor starts. You can see both teams attempt to do just that in the best possible resolution by watching the Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Cleveland Browns in 4K on Fubo TV.

The search for answers for both squads continues Nov. 14 on Thursday Night Football. The action begins at 8 p.m. Eastern on Fox, NFL Network, and streaming in 4K on Fubo TV.

Of the two teams, the Steelers (5-4), have done more to pull out of an early season swoon that threatened to torpedo the entire campaign when starting quarterback Ben Roethlisberger was lost to injury. Running back James Conner has been in and out of the lineup as well, but Pittsburgh has steadied the ship behind the play of second-year signal-caller Mason Rudolph, along with a big play defense sparked by the arrival of Minkah Fitzpatrick in a trade from the Miami Dolphins. As a result, the Steelers have won four straight games and are very much alive in the Wild Card hunt.

The same can't be said for the Browns (3-6), who barely squeaked by the Buffalo Bills in Week 10 to snap a four-game losing streak. Quarterback Baker Mayfield sure is in a lot of commercials these days, but his on-field performance has regressed in his second year as a starter, and he's yet to develop any kind of chemistry with Odell Beckham Jr. Those are big reasons why the offense hasn't provided much support for a defense that can be stout behind star pass rusher Myles Garrett. Still, defending the Dawg Pound against the Steelers would mean something and could even be the first step back toward a .500 season.

While this Thursday Night Football showdown is readily available on cable or other TV providers, there's little question it will look best while watching in 4K HDR. It's the kind of experience most football fans didn't even know they were missing until they see it for the first time, and once they do, it's hard to go back to plain old HD ever again.

Fortunately, with Fubo TV, you don't have to, since select 4K broadcasts are included in the service's live TV streaming plans without any extra fees or charges. As you might have guessed, this includes most Thursday Night Football games in 2019, including Steelers at Browns. Better yet, you can watch the game in 4K with Fubo on a variety of connected devices, including all of the following:

  • Apple TV 4K
  • Chromecast Ultra
  • Fire TV 4K Stick
  • Fire TV Cube
  • Internet Explorer
  • Nvidia Shield TV and other Android TVs
  • Roku 4K TVs
  • Roku Premiere / Premiere+
  • Roku Streaming Stick+
  • Roku Ultra
  • Safari
  • Supported Android phones

The standard Fubo TV plan costs $55 a month and comes with 83 channels that can be viewed on up to two devices simultaneously, along with 30 hours of cloud DVR storage. Fubo's additional plans let you add on things like premium channels, the ability to stream to additional screens, extra DVR storage, and more.

You can even sign up for a seven-day free trial if you just want to see how Steelers at Browns looks in 4K before making the leap. The rest of November is packed with 4K gridiron goodness on Fubo as well, including college football with Texas at Iowa State on Nov. 16, the Indianapolis Colts at Houston Texans on Thursday Night Football on Nov. 21, and two additional college games that have yet to be finalized.

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