The Pittsburgh Steelers (8-7 SU, 7-9 ATS) are 0-4 SU and 1-3 ATS in their past four games on the road. The Steelers will travel to take on the Baltimore Ravens (8-8, 8-8) on Sunday in what many believe is Ben Roethlisberger’s final game. Let’s dig into the best Pittsburgh Steelers vs Baltimore Ravens Betting Picks, Predictions, and Odds.
The Ravens were initially given a 6.5-point spread at home and have since been bet down to Baltimore -5.5, at the best Pittsburgh online betting sites. The total in the AFC North rivalry game has settled in at 41.5 points following an opening of 42 points, as it is now 6.5-point favorites over the Eagles at Philadelphia at the top Baltimore wagering apps. In their last seven games at home against the Steelers, the UNDER is 5-2.
On Monday night, Ben Roethlisberger’s final statistics were unimpressive: 24-for-46 for 123 passing yards with one touchdown and one interception.
Steelers fans were in a frenzy during the team’s 26-14 victory over the Cleveland Browns, with emotions running high and Steelers supporters showing their affection for their franchise quarterback. Since 2004, Roethlisberger has been the Steelers’ starting quarterback and has indicated that he plans to retire after the 2021 season.
On Sunday, the Eagles demolished Cleveland and Najee Harris was their star player. With 188 rushing yards and a rushing touchdown on 28 rushes, he was the leader on offense.The rookie player has been pretty good. He has a lot of yards and touchdowns. Whoever is quarterback for the Steelers, the rookie will be important because he can do lots of things.
The Ravens’ losing streak reached seven games on Sunday, as they fell to the Los Angeles Rams 19-20. Baltimore went up 16-7 in the fourth quarter and then allowed a touchdown on Los Angeles’ last drive of the game to lose 20-19.The Baltimore Ravens have lost four of their last five games by two points or fewer, and they are 0-5 SU and 3-2 ATS in that time.
Tyler Huntley was 20-for-32 with 197 passing yards and 54 rushing yards. One time, he made a mistake and threw an interception. The Ravens’ backup quarterbacks were not playing bad, but it’s fair to think that some of the games we lost would have been turned into victories if Lamar Jackson had been healthy.
Despite the fact that Joe Flacco is considered questionable to return for the final game of the regular season because of an ankle ailment that has kept him out of Baltimore’s last five outings, there are some positive signs.
The Steelers have played considerably worse on the road this season than they have at home. However, since the Steelers defeated the Ravens 20-19 in January, little has changed, and getting 5.5 points in what should be another tight game makes a cover appear feasible.
Lamar Jackson’s return can help spark the offense and lead the team to a victory and cover at home. Even without Lamar Jackson, however, the Ravens should be able to cover against a Steelers defense that has given up 38.5 points during its past four road games.