On Sunday afternoon, the Pittsburgh Steelers will head to historic Lambeau Field to take on the Green Bay Packers and Unibet PA has some fantastic player props available.
Unibet PA has a number of player props and game-related odds available for this Week 4 meeting between the Steelers and Packers.
The Packers have been installed by the oddsmakers at Unibet PA as a -295 favorite, which means it would take a $295 wager to win $100. On the other hand, the Steelers (+230) are the underdogs, with a $100 wager on Pittsburgh to win giving $230 upside.
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Let’s take a look at our picks for the best Steelers Week 4 player props available with Unibet PA.
How to Bet on Steelers vs. Packers with Unibet PA
Unibet PA is offering some of the best player props and game odds for this inter-conference meeting between the Steelers and Packers. If you’re interested in betting on this Week 4 matchup with Unibet PA, you’ll have to sign up for a new sportsbook account.
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- Select the NFL tab and click on the Steelers-Packers game.
- Place your wager(s).
Best 3 Week 4 Steelers Player Props at Unibet PA
Najee Harris to Score a Touchdown (-109)
There’s no debating that the Pittsburgh Steelers have had real issues finding the endzone thus far this season. Through three games, Pittsburgh has scored just four total offensive touchdowns, including three through the air and one on the ground.
Interestingly enough, running back Najee Harris has seen plenty of targets through the air with 27, recording 20 receptions, including one receiving TD. He’s also rushed the ball 40 times on the season, so it stands to reason that if there’s one player who should see enough opportunities to score a touchdown, it’s Harris.
Diontae Johnson to Score a Touchdown (+220)
Pittsburgh has had its fair share of injuries, specifically at the wide receiver position. Chase Claypool was added to the injury report late in the week with a hamstring injury, throwing his status for Sunday’s game into doubt. Meanwhile fellow wideout JuJu Smith-Schuster was only a limited participant in practice on Thursday.
Diontae Johnson, however, was able to practice in full, which means he’s the healthiest of this receiving trio. Johnson has been targeted 22 times int he passing game this season, and has 141 yards across two games played this season. Given the uncertainty of Claypool and Smith-Schuster’s status for Sunday, Johnson is the best bet to score a TD from the WR position.
Najee Harris to Record Under 51.5 Rushing Yards (-114)
Najee Harris is coming off a much-needed breakout performance. In a 24-10 Week 3 loss, Harris recorded an incredible 14 receptions for 102 yards. Considering the question marks out wide due to injury, it stands to reason that Harris could end up being a huge factor in the passing game once again.
That leads us to the rushing side of things. After only getting 10 rushing attempts in Week 2, Harris put recorded 14 attempts, his most since Week 1. The issue is that the rushes weren’t nearly as impactful as Mike Tomlin had hoped, averaging just 2.9 yards per carry. In fact, 20 of Harris’ 40 yards rushing came on one play. Harris is averaging just 39 yards rushing over his past two games and hasn’t had more than 45 rushing yards in any of his first three games this season.
Other Week 4 Action
On the other side of the state, the Philadelphia Eagles will host former head coach Andy Reid and the Kansas City Chiefs. This matchup features a pair of 1-2 teams, which could have been expected for Philadelphia, but is a shock for the Chiefs.
A hard-hitting NFC West takes place in the late Sunday afternoon window as the Seattle Seahawks take on the San Francisco 49ers.
However, the biggest showdown of the week is on Sunday night as Tom Brady leads the Tampa Bay Buccaneers into New England to take on the Patriots and head coach Bill Belichick.
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