Steelers Schedule 2012: Pittsburgh To Open Against The Broncos As One Of Five Prime-Time Games

In addition to their season opener against the Denver Broncos on Sunday Night Football, the Pittsburgh Steelers will take part in at least five prime-time games this season.

Pittsburgh will also face the Bengals on Oct. 21 and the Baltimore Ravens on Nov. 18 as part of NBC's Sunday Night Football.

Also of note: The Steelers play three games during a 14-day stretch in October.

They face their usual divisional rivals, as well as the AFC West, NFC East, New York Jets and Tennessee Titans this season.

Here's the full schedule:

Week 1 -- Broncos
Week 2 -- Jets
Week 3 -- Raiders
Week 4 -- Bye
Week 5 -- Eagles
Week 6 -- Titans (Thursday Night Football, 8:20 p.m. EST, NFL Network)
Week 7 -- Bengals
Week 8 -- Redskins
Week 9 -- Giants
Week 10 -- Chiefs (Monday Night Football, 8:30 p.m. EST, ESPN)
Week 11 -- Ravens
Week 12 -- Browns
Week 13 -- Ravens
Week 14 -- Chargers
Week 15 -- Cowboys
Week 16 -- Bengals
Week 17 -- Browns

For more news and analysis related to the Pittsburgh Steelers, be sure to visit SBN's Behind The Steel Curtain. For more on all of the teams in Western Pennsylvania, stay tuned to SB Nation Pittsburgh.

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