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Steelers Open as 6-point Underdogs to Chargers




The Steelers have opened as six-point underdogs for their Week 6 trip to Los Angeles, according to the line posted on Monday by

The line was held back from early action on Sunday night, perhaps as a result of the uncertainty surrounding the Steelers quarterback situation.

The team has still not updated the status of Mason Rudolph, who left Sunday’s 26-23 overtime loss to the Baltimore Ravens and was hospitalized with a concussion. Rudolph was reportedly allowed to return home Sunday night.

He was replaced at quarterback by undrafted rookie Devlin Hodges.

The 1-4 Steelers have fared better against the spread than they have on the scoreboard. After covering 3.5 points on Sunday, the Steelers are now 2-2-1 against the spread.

The Chargers melted down on Sunday, falling into a 17-point hole before coming back to make things close in a 20-13 loss to the previously winless Denver Broncos.

Los Angeles is 2-3 overall, but 1-3-1 against the spread this season after losing outright on Sunday in game they were favored to win by a touchdown.

This will the the Steelers’ first — and likely only — trip to Dignity Health Sports Park in Carson, California, the Chargers’ temporary home while SoFi Stadium in Inglewood is being built. The 27,000-seat soccer stadium is the smallest in the NFL and has not provided much of a home-field advantage for the Chargers since they moved there from San Diego. LA is 10-8 in home games at the facility they share with the Los Angeles Galaxy.


Steelers Super Bowl Odds Improve Again, Now Third-Best in NFL



The Pittsburgh Steelers have seen their Super Bowl odds shorten again following their 6-0 start, and now own the third-best odds in the league.

Pittsburgh is now 15/2 to win Super Bowl LV in Tampa, up from 12/1 last week, courtesy of BetOnline.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers also saw their odds shorten after a Week Seven victory, and are now 13/2.

Even though they were idle last week, the Baltimore Ravens was their odds lengthen from 6/1 to 13/2. The Kansas City Chiefs saw their Super Bowl odds remain the same at 15/4.

Pittsburgh’s 6-0 start to the season is their best since 1978. They won Super Bowl XIII that year.

The Steelers will once again put their unbeaten record on the line against a top AFC contender when they visit the 5-1 Baltimore Ravens this Sunday.

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Steelers Open as 5.5-Point Underdogs at Baltimore



The Pittsburgh Steelers have opened as 5.5-point underdogs on the road on Sunday against Baltimore Ravens, according to odds released by

The Steelers are 6-0 this season after Sunday’s win over the Tennessee Titans. They also own victories over the Cleveland Browns, Philadelphia Eagles New York Giants, Denver Broncos and Houston Texans.

The Ravens are 5-1 and coming off their bye week. They’ve beaten Cleveland, Philadelphia, Houston, the Cincinnati Bengals and the Washington Football Team, while losing to the Kansas City Chiefs.

The Steelers are 5-1 against the spread, winning as a one-point underdog to the Titans and covering as favorites against the Browns, Eagles, Giants and Texans, but failing to cover six points in a five-point win over Denver.

Baltimore is 3-3 against the spread. They’ve been favored in all six games to this point, three times by double digits. They covered 12.5 points in a 24-point win over Cincinnati, but couldn’t hit the mark as 10.5-point favorites at Philadelphia or 14.5 point favorites at Washington. They lost as home favorites to Chiefs.

A total (over/under) line has not yet been released by most sports books. Sunday’s game will kick off at 1 p.m. at M&T Bank Stadium.

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Steelers Own Fifth-Best Odds to Win Super Bowl LV



The Pittsburgh Steelers’ Super Bowl odds have shortened again after their 5-0 start and their drubbing of the Cleveland Browns last Sunday.

The Steelers are now 12/1 to win Super Bowl LV in Tampa, tied with the Green Bay Packers for the fifth-best odds in the league, courtesy of They were 16/1 entering Week 6.

Pittsburgh was one of five teams to see their odds shorten, as did the Kansas City Chiefs, Seattle Seahawks, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and Tennessee Titans.

The Baltimore Ravens, New Orleans Saints and Packers all have longer odds entering Week 7.

The Steelers will look to build on their historic start when they visit the undefeated Titans this weekend, which will be just the eighth meeting in league history between unbeaten teams with five or more wins.

Pittsburgh is 5-0 for the first time since 1978, when the Steelers won Super Bowl XIII.

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