Cleveland Browns vs. Pittsburgh Steelers Odds: 73% Of The Money On Steelers To Cover
Cleveland Browns vs. Pittsburgh Steelers Odds: 70% Of The Money On Steelers To Cover
The Cleveland Browns take on the Pittsburgh Steelers this Thursday in what should be one of the more interesting TNF games of the entire season. Hopefully, for the sake of football fans, the game is interesting for the right reasons. This isn't exactly a marquee matchup by any means, but it's football and there's still money to be made.
According to the latest Browns vs. Steelers odds, Cleveland is going to be coming into this one as 4.5-point favorites. With this one being in Cleveland and Mitch Trubsiky being the Steelers' starting quarterback, it makes sense why the line is the way that it is.
We know what the sportsbooks have the line at but what is the public on in this TNF contest? Let's break down what the public is betting for this game with the Browns vs. Steelers odds.
Cleveland Browns vs. Pittsburgh Steelers Odds
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Divisional games are typically difficult to bet on for multiple reasons. However, the public is all over Pittsburgh in this one when it comes to Browns vs. Steelers odds. With Cleveland being on the road, they might have a difficult task at hand, but they did win their Week 1 game against the Cincinnati Bengals on the road.
Cleveland Browns vs. Pittsburgh Steelers Odds Breakdown
When looking at the spread, more than 70% of the money is coming in on the Steelers. Pittsburgh comes into Week 3 at 1-0-1 ATS. They covered the spread against the Cincinnati Bengals and had a push against the New England Patriots in Week 2.
The Cleveland Browns come into this one after covering the spread in Week 1 but failing to do so against the New York Jets in their disappointing Week 2 loss.
Cleveland currently has +400 odds to win the AFC North and +6600 odds to win the Super Bowl. Pittsburgh has +1200 odds to win the AFC North and +10000 odds to win the Super Bowl. Due to two below-average quarterbacks running their offense, it's unlikely that either team will win the division or a Super Bowl this season.
The public likes the Pittsburgh Steelers to get out to a 2-1 record ATS to start the season and it might not be a bad idea.
The Browns vs. Steelers odds are a bit interesting because Brissett is the starting quarterback. We can certainly make an argument that Cleveland shouldn't be a 4.5-point favorite against anyone.
An Editor and Analyst for OddsChecker, Jon Conahan has been covering all major sports since 2019. He is a 2022 graduate of the Bellisario School of Journalism at Penn State University and previously played D1 baseball.