Pittsburgh Steelers vs Tennessee Titans News & Picks
Pittsburgh Steelers vs Tennessee Titans Odds
|Pittsburgh Steelers||+1½ -110||51 -110o|
|Tennessee Titans||-6½ -110||51 -110u|
**Odds as of 10/23**
Straight Up (Sebastian Morera)
The Steelers remain undefeated and have no intention of letting up anytime soon. Pittsburgh is coming off their most dominant win but has to face off against the toughest opponent of its schedule thus far. Tennessee is no joke and how this contest turns out will help us determine the upper echelons of the AFC hierarchy.
The Titans are also undefeated and reign atop the AFC South. Both the Steelers and the Titans rank in the top 5 of the NFL in scoring so I’m hoping this one delivers.The Steelers are giving up fewer points per game so I’ll be siding with Big Ben here.
Against the Spread (Devlin Duckett)
The clash of the last remaining AFC undefeateds is upon us! I’m truly excited to watch every snap. The Steelers are coming off a 38-7 pummeling of the Browns last week, but the Titans’ magic is still alive as well. Tennessee averted disaster against the seething Houston Texans in Week 6, with RB Derrick Henry leading the charge.
Henry will batter and wear down this Pittsburgh D, and Ryan Tanehill is playing smart, efficient football at the quarterback position. There’s a lot to like about this team, and they’ve overcome a lot of obstacles to remain on top. Coach Mike Vrabel and kicker Stephen Gostkowski sprinkle in some Patriots’ pedigree, and the formula is working. The Steelers’ loss of LB Devin Bush to injury will make enough of a difference to affect the outcome. WR Corey Davis (covid19) scores a much-needed TD in his return to the Tennessee offense. Titans 25, Steelers 21
Over/Under (Zack Robinson)
Probably, the most anticipated game of the week as both teams remain unbeaten.
The Pittsburgh Steelers have established a well-balanced offense with Ben Roethlisberger and RB James Conner as co-captains.
Yes, Juju Smith-Schuster is the No. 1 receiver but in the last couple of weeks some other reliable options have emerged: Chase Claypool, James Washington and Eric Ebron.
The Steelers average 31.2 points per game (fourth-best in the league) but the total has gone under in eight of Pittsburgh’s last nine games on the road.
The Tennessee Titans are running wild with an exceptional QB in Ryan Tannehill and an exceptional RB in Derrick Henry.
Both can carry the team when needed. The Titans average 32.8 points per game (second-best in the league) and the total has gone over in five of Tennessee’s last six games. Expect some fireworks and go over.