Steelers vs Titans: The Steelers and Titans will face off under the primetime lights this week in hopes of turning their seasons around. Playoffs aren’t out of the equation just yet, and a win on Thursday Night Football would go a long way in re-igniting those hopes.
If you’re looking to bet on Steelers vs Titans this week, we have a great Same Game Parlay for you.
Steelers vs Titans: Week 9 info
Date: Thursday, November 2nd
Time: 8:15 PM ET
Location: Acrisure Stadium, Tennessee
TV channel: Amazon Prime, NFL Gamepass (DAZN)
NFL Week 9 odds: Steelers vs Titans
Spread: Tennessee Titans +2 | Pittsburgh Steelers -2
Moneyline: Tennessee Titans +120| Pittsburgh Steelers -142
Total: Over/Under 36.5
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Derrick Henry OVER 72.5 rushing yards -125
The Steelers are giving up 137.1 yards per game on the ground which is great news for Derrick Henry. It’s been a slow year for the human wrecking ball, but things have looked up over the last two weeks and he has another opportunity to dominate here.
Henry has combined for 198 yards over his last two games on 34 carries. He could be in for a fairly large workload against Pittsburgh, especially if the Titans get in front early.
I think there’s some huge upside on a line that just doesn’t seem to have caught up with Henry’s recent breakout.
Diontate Johnson OVER 4.5 receptions -150
Now that he’s been activated off IR and had two weeks to get back into the swing of things, Johnson appears to be firing on all cylinders. He’s recorded 79+ yards in each of his last two games and combined for 13 receptions.
This shouldn’t come as a surprise, with Johnson averaging 85 catches per season since his arrival back in 2019.
The Titans have lost Kevin Byard and will be susceptible to big plays over the middle. Johnson should be a hot target on Thursday night.
Nick Westbrook-Ikhine to score an anytime TD +425
The Titans have really struggled to score through the air this season, but Nick Westbrook-Ikhine has three touchdowns to his name along with a 68% catch-rate. While DeAndre Hopkins has been a strong addition, it’s the former UDFA who has arguably been their most consistent receiver.
Getting him to score a touchdown at +425 while Hopkins, who flat-lined until a hat-trick last week, is +200 is some exceptional value.
Will Levis UNDER 202 passing yards -115
Will Levis might have thrown 4 touchdowns in his first start as an NFL quarterback, but Pittsburgh is a tough opponent that averages just over 3 sacks per game. There is bound to be pressure on a young quarterback whose opening task was to overcome an Atlanta defense ranking 27th in sacks.
Levis looked like a star in his NFL debut, but he might have a tougher time moving the ball against the Steelers.
It’s a little risky backing the under here, but I think it’s viable that Levis regresses a little here and throws for around 180 yards or so as he looks to protect the rock against a defense notorious for generating turnovers.
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