Today marks the first day that the Pittsburgh Steelers and Chicago Bears will play in a Super Bowl.
You can watch the game in your local area today, and if you’re feeling especially lucky, you can get a free, high-speed download of the game on Apple TV.
The Steelers and Bears have played in the playoffs four times in the last seven years, but they’ve never reached the Super Bowl since 2004.
They’re playing the Steelers in the AFC title game this year, and the Bears are playing the Bears in the NFC title game next year.
The game will be televised live from the stadium at 3 p.m.
ET on CBS.
The Bears are 3-0 against the Steelers this season, including a 35-0 victory in 2015.
The Pittsburgh Steelers won the last meeting of the season 34-10.
The Bengals and the Browns both have the same record as the Steelers, with the Bengals having won six of the last eight meetings.
Cleveland and the Bengals have played each other once since the 2016 season, but the Browns have won all three meetings between the two teams since the 2014 season.
You’ll have to tune into the game, which kicks off at 4 p.t. on CBS, to get a better look at the action.
The Cincinnati Bengals and Cleveland Browns are the only teams with the same winning percentage since the NFL-AFC North divisional round.
The Browns have lost all four of their playoff games since the 2013 season.
The Miami Dolphins are currently tied for the league lead in the NFL in total defense, and are allowing just 6.4 points per game.
Miami’s defense is tied for third in the league with just two sacks allowed.