The Pittsburgh Steelers (0-0) are 6.5-point underdogs in a road AFC North matchup against the Cincinnati Bengals (0-0) on Sunday, September 11, 2022 at Paul Brown Stadium. The over/under is set at 44.5 points for the outing.
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- The Bengals had 10 wins in 17 games against the spread last season.
- The Bengals won once ATS (1-2) as a 6.5-point favorite or greater last season.
- In 17 Bengals games last year, eight hit the over.
- The Bengals won five of the eight games they were the moneyline favorite last season (62.5%).
- The Bengals had a 2-1 record last year (winning 66.7% of their games) when they played as a moneyline favorite of -272 or shorter.
- The Bengals have a 73.1% chance to win this contest based on the moneyline’s implied probability.
- Against the spread, the Steelers were 8-9-0 last year.
- The Steelers had two wins ATS (2-1) as a 6.5-point underdog or greater last season.
- Out of the 17 Steelers’ games last year, six hit the over.
- Last season, the Steelers won five out of the 10 games in which they were the underdog.
- Last season, the Steelers won one of their three games when they were the underdog by at least +220 on the moneyline.
- Bengals games had more than 44.5 points scored on 13 occasions last season.
- Steelers games went over 44.5 points on six occasions last year.
- The total for this matchup is 44.5 points, 2.8 fewer than the combined scoring average of the two teams for last season.
- Last season, the opponents of these two teams scored a combined 45.5 points per game, 1.0 more than the point total in this matchup.
- The over/under in this matchup is 44.5 points, 1.5 fewer than the average total in last season’s Bengals contests.
- Games involving the Steelers last year averaged 43.5 points per game, a 1.0-point differential when compared to the over/under for this contest.
Bengals Players to Watch
- Joe Burrow ended the 2021 season as the 17th-best fantasy player overall and the 15th-best fantasy QB with 314.2 fantasy points (19.6 per game).
- Burrow’s 314.2 total fantasy points a season ago (an average of 18.5 per game), were good enough to rank him 17th overall and 15th among QBs.
- Last year, Joe Mixon’s 245.9 total fantasy points made him the No. 37 fantasy player and No. 5 RB. He averaged 15.4 fantasy points per game.
- Mixon put together the 37th-ranked fantasy season (fifth among RBs) in 2021 with 245.9 fantasy points, averaging 14.5 per game.
Steelers Players to Watch
- Najee Harris racked up 226.7 fantasy points (13.3 per game) in 2021 and finished 45th overall among all players and seventh among all RBs.
- Harris placed seventh among RBs and 45th overall in league-wide fantasy standings last season after finishing with 226.7 fantasy points (13.3 per game).
- Last year, Diontae Johnson’s 167.4 total fantasy points made him the No. 22 WR and the No. 111 fantasy player overall after he averaged 10.5 fantasy points per game.
- Johnson put together the 116th-ranked fantasy season (24th among WRs) last season. He scored 165.4 fantasy points (9.7 per game).
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