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Pittsburgh Steelers vs. New York Jets – NFL – Predictions, Betting Lines, Odds and Trends

The New York Jets (1-2) are 3.5-point underdogs heading into their matchup on Sunday, October 2, 2022 against the Pittsburgh Steelers (1-2). This matchup has an over/under of 41.5 points.

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Steelers and Jets: Betting Trends

  • The Steelers have covered the spread once over three games with a set spread.
  • Games involving the Steelers have hit the over once this season.
  • The Steelers have not played as the moneyline favorite so far this season.
  • The Steelers have yet to play as a moneyline favorite of -183 or shorter.
  • The Steelers have an implied moneyline win probability of 64.7% in this contest.
  • The Jets have covered the spread in a matchup one time this season (1-2-0).
  • In games they have played as 3.5-point underdogs or more, the Jets have an ATS record of 1-2.
  • This year, Jets games have hit the over once.
  • This season, the Jets have won one out of the three games in which they’ve been the underdog.
  • This season, the Jets have won one of their three games when they’re the underdog by at least +153 on the moneyline.

Over/Under Trends

  • The Steelers and their opponents have combined to score more than 41.5 points in a game twice this season.
  • This season, the Jets have played one game with a combined score higher than 41.5 points.
  • Together, the two teams combine for 35.3 points per game, 6.2 points fewer than the point total of 41.5 for this matchup.
  • The 49 points per game these two teams surrender to opponents on average this season are 7.5 more than the 41.5 total in this contest.
  • On average, the over/under in Steelers games is 0.7 points fewer than the over/under of 41.5 points in this matchup.
  • The over/under for this game is 1.3 points fewer than the average over/under in Jets’ games this season (42.8 points).

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Steelers Players to Watch

  • Mitchell Trubisky is the No. 35 fantasy player overall and the No. 20 fantasy QB with 39.1 points (averaging 13 per game).
  • Najee Harris has racked up total 27.6 fantasy points this year (9.2 per game), which make him the 75th-ranked player overall and the 20th-ranked RB.
  • So far this season, Pat Freiermuth’s 19.8 total fantasy points make him the No. 112 fantasy player and No. 7 TE. He averages 6.6 fantasy points per game.
  • Diontae Johnson is working on the 117th-ranked fantasy season (43rd among WRs) with 19.6 fantasy points, averaging 6.5 per game.

Jets Players to Watch

  • So far this season, Joe Flacco is the No. 23 fantasy player overall and the No. 15 fantasy QB. He’s scored 44.6 points and is averaging 14.9 per game.
  • Garrett Wilson has collected 33.2 fantasy points this year (11.1 per game), good enough to rank him 14th among WRs and 54th overall in league-wide fantasy standings.
  • Breece Hall averages 8.4 fantasy points per game on the way to 25.3 total fantasy points. That makes him the 83rd-ranked fantasy player overall and the 23rd-ranked RB.
  • Corey Davis has put together the 90th-ranked fantasy season (32nd among WRs) with 24.7 fantasy points, averaging 8.2 per game.

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