Game Info: Pittsburgh Steelers (4-2, 2-0-1 Away) @ Baltimore Ravens (6-4, 2-1 Home)
Date: Sunday, Nov. 4
Time: 1:00 p.m. EST
Location: M&T Bank Stadium - Baltimore, Maryland
Odds: Provided by FanDuel Sportsbook
Moneyline: PIT: (+110) | BAL: (-126)
Spread: PIT: +1 (+100) | BAL: -1 (-120)
Total: 46 – Over (-110) | Under (-110)
- Ben Roethlisberger has never thrown for 300 passing yards in Baltimore.
- The Ravens are wearing black jerseys and white pants today. Under coach Jim Harbaugh, the Ravens are 6-2 SU while wearing that jersey uniform combination.
- In eight career games in Baltimore, Antonio Brown only has one total touchdown and has never eclipsed 90-yards receiving.
If Ravens beat Steelers and Bengals over next two games, their playoff chances spike to 85.6 percent. If they lose both games, Baltimore's projected chances of reaching the postseason plummet to 10.4 percent https://t.co/0l5l2vZ8vB— Jamison Hensley (@jamisonhensley) November 4, 2018
Best Prop Bets:
- John Brown to score a touchdown (+220): The Steelers give up the seventh most fantasy points to opposing receivers. Brown is second to Julio Jones in the league for receiving yards through the air (meaning where he caught it). Brown could be in a good spot for some big plays Sunday.
- James Conner to score 2+ Touchdowns (+600): Despite Baltimore having one of the best run defenses in the NFL, Steelers-Ravens is always a grind-it-out game. Both teams will be pounding the rock. If and when the Steelers get close to the end zone, expect them to give Conner chances in those spots.
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