Cleveland Browns at Pittsburgh Steelers: Betting Odds and Trends

Cleveland Browns at Pittsburgh Steelers: Betting Odds and Trends

Grant Puskar
10 months ago
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Week 2 is almost complete. Before we get there, however, there is one more big-time AFC North battle taking place in Pittsburgh as the Steelers are set to host the Browns. 

On Sunday, the Ravens defeated the Cincinnati Bengals 27-24, improving their season record to 2-0. On the other hand, the Bengals are now 0-2 both overall and in the division. 

Let's take a look at the betting odds and key trends heading into this big-time Monday Night Football matchup. 


The Browns will enter this contest as 2.5-point favorites, and will be (-148) on the moneyline.

The Steelers (+2.5), will enter this game as home underdogs and will be +120 on the moneyline. 

Surprisingly enough, this game will have a low over/under total, currently sitting at 38.


Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin is 16-0 straight up at home during the regular season against the Browns.

Browns games went over 38 total points last year in 13 of their 17 games.

The Steelers played in 10 games last year that went over 38 total points. 

Last season, in away games, the Browns went 4-5 against the spread. 

The Browns went 1-0 last year on the road when they were a two-point favorite or more. 

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