Steelers’ prime-time game vs. Jaguars moved to 1 p.m.
The Pittsburgh Steelers will have one fewer prime-time game this season.
The NFL on Monday announced it has flexed the Nov. 18 game at Jacksonville to a 1 pm kickoff. It will be televised by CBS.
The game originally was scheduled to be played at 8:20 pm on NBC.
Taking over the prime-time slot will be the Minnesota Vikings at the Chicago Bears.
The Steelers’ games against the Broncos (Nov. 25), Chargers (Dec. 2), Patriots (Dec. 16) and Saints (Dec. 23) were protected by CBS and cannot be moved to prime time. The team’s two remaining prime-time games are Thursday against the Panthers (8:20, Fox, NFL Network) and Sunday, Dec. 9 against the Raiders (8:20, NBC).