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There were a number of eye opening performances in the opening week of the NFL betting season. Some good and some bad. The Pittsburgh Steelers no doubt found themselves in the latter category after getting taken out behind the woodshed and getting severely beaten by the defending champion New England Patriots. From the coaching staff to the players, each have a number of issues that need to be rectified if in fact Pittsburgh is to get back on course and be a viable threat in the AFC to reach the playoffs. The journey to redemption starts in Week 2 when Russell Wilson and the Seattle Seahawks pay them a visit.

2019 Pittsburgh Steelers at a Glance

Steelers Super Bowl Odds: +3300

Steelers AFC Championship Odds: +1800

Pittsburgh Steelers Week 2 Matchup Odds

Seattle Seahawks +3.5

Pittsburgh Steelers -3.5

Total: 46.5

Pittsburgh Steelers Week 2 Preview

Steelers Nation is no doubt looking to blame someone for the teams ineffective outing in Foxborough against a Patriots team many thought they’d show up for in a big way. It didn’t come to pass. Not even close! Point fingers at whomever you want, but it should all come down on a coaching staff that looked ill-prepared and overmatched against the finally tuned winning machine otherwise known as the defending champs. Down 20-0 early on in the second half, head coach Mike Tomlin elected to kick a 19-yard field goal instead of going for it on fourth down and possibly cutting the deficit to two scores. In allowing Chris Boswell to log the team’s only points on the night, the deficit remained three possessions. So I ask you, what good came from kicking the field goal? Had the Steelers failed to convert that fourth down, at least the defense would’ve had the advantage of burying New England deep in its zone and give the offense a possible shot of getting the ball right back in plus territory.

Nope, Tomlin took the three points and then proceeded to watch his defense allow New England to score another touchdown just two minutes later.

Luckily for NFL bettors, the Steelers performance against the Patriots has created a bit of line value with Pittsburgh installed 6-point favorites on the look-ahead lines heading into last week’s visit to Gillette Stadium. The results of that matchup now finds the Black and Yellow lined as 3.5-point favorites to take down a Seattle side that had all kinds of issues disposing of a Cincinnati Bengals squad not many envisioned would give them much of any problems. Even so, 67 percent of the early wagers taken in are of the belief that the road dog is live. Pittsburgh certainly looked awful last week, but are you really prepared to fade a Steelers outfit that won six of eight as hosts a season ago and split those matchups against the spread? Both tilts as 3.5-point favorites saw them cover with ease against the Falcons (41-17) and Panthers (52-21).

The total has seen the over take in 70 percent of the action, but has since fallen to 46 with even juice both ways. The over cashed in six of the Steelers eight home games a season ago, and it’s 8-2 the last 10 times they went off the board as home favorites in the 3-4 point range.

Pittsburgh Steelers Week 1 Recap

Absolutely nothing worked for the Steelers offensively. At one point at the tail end of the first half, New England had run 32 plays to Pittsburgh’s 12. From Randy Fichtner’s inexplicable play-calling on makeable third down tries to his reluctance to run the ball and try to tire the Pats’ defense out, it was an F grade all around for the unit. Ben Roethlisberger threw for 276 scoreless passing yards, while James Conner only ran the ball 10 times for a meaningless 21 yards. On the bright side, the offensive line didn’t concede a single sack and allowed Big Ben to stand tall in the pocket and throw 20 incompletions.

Defensively, Pittsburgh did a decent job limiting the Patriots’ running game holding it to 99 yards on 29 carries which equates to just 3.4 yards per carry, but it portrayed itself as having no idea how to limit the champs through the air. Tom Brady went on to complete 24 of 36 passes for 341 yards and 3 TD, and he seemingly had just as much time to peruse the field as Big Ben after only getting thrown to the turf once. The Steelers had no clue how to defend running backs out of the backfield evidenced by James White and Rex Burkhead hauling in 10 of 15 targets and turning them into 97 yards. Julian Edelman, Josh Gordon and Philip Dorsett all had solid games; especially the latter who caught all four of his targets and turned a pair of them into long scoring strikes.

Adding insult to injury from the 33-3 shellacking that saw them grossly fail to cover the closing 5.5-point spread were the injuries incurred throughout the game. T.J. Watt left the game in the fourth quarter with what was described as a hip injury. Center Maurkice Pouncey left the fourth quarter with an apparent leg injury. JuJu Smith-Schuster limped off the field late in the fourth quarter after reeling in his sixth reception that amounted to 78 scoreless yards. Even Joe Haden got banged up but did return. It was nothing more than a nightmare for a franchise making its first appearance without the services of Antonio Brown and Le’Veon Bell. The fact that it came against the former’s new team makes it that much tougher to swallow for a rabid fan base desperately seeking some good fortune after seeing it miss out on the postseason a year ago.

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2019 Pittsburgh Steelers Betting Schedule

WEEK MATCHUP DATE / TIME TV
Week 1 Steelers at New England Patriots Sunday, Sept. 8, 8:20 p.m. ET NBC
Week 2 Steelers vs. Seattle Seahawks Sunday, Sep. 15, 1 p.m. ET FOX
Week 3 Steelers at San Francisco 49ers Sunday, Sept. 22, 4:25 p.m. ET CBS
Week 4 Steelers vs. Cincinnati Bengals Monday, Sept. 30, 8:15 p.m. ET ESPN
Week 5 Steelers vs. Baltimore Ravens Sunday, Oct. 6, 1 p.m. ET CBS
Week 6 Steelers at Los Angeles Chargers Sunday, Oct. 13, 1 p.m. ET NBC
Week 7 BYE - -
Week 8 Steelers vs. Miami Dolphins Monday, Oct. 28, 8:15 p.m. ET ESPN
Week 9 Steelers vs. Indianapolis Colts Sunday, Nov. 3, 1 p.m. ET CBS
Week 10 Steelers vs. Los Angeles Rams Sunday, Nov. 10, 4:25 p.m. ET FOX
Week 11 Steelers at Cleveland Browns Thursday, Nov. 14, 8:20 p.m. ET FOX/NFLN
Week 12 Steelers at Cincinnati Bengals Sunday, Nov. 24, 1 p.m. ET CBS
Week 13 Steelers vs. Cleveland Browns Sunday, Dec. 1, 1 p.m. ET CBS
Week 14 Steelers at Arizona Cardinals Sunday, Dec. 8, 1 p.m. ET CBS
Week 15 Steelers vs. Buffalo Bills Sunday, Dec. 15, 1 p.m. ET CBS
Week 16 Steelers at New York Jets Sunday, Dec. 22, 1 p.m. ET CBS
Week 17 Steelers at Baltimore Ravens Sunday, Dec. 29, 1 p.m. ET CBS

Past Pittsburgh Steelers Seasons

YEAR RECORD PLAYOFFS
2018 9-6-1 None
2017 13-3 Lost Divisional Round
2016 11-5 Lost Conference Championship
2015 10-6 Lost Divisional Round
2014 11-5 Lost Wild Card Round
2013 8-8 None
2012 8-8 None
2011 12-4 Lost Wild Card Round
2010 12-4 Lost Super Bowl
2009 9-7 None
2008 12-4 Won Super Bowl
2007 10-6 Lost Wild Card Round
2006 8-8 None
2005 11-5 Won Super Bowl
2004 15-1 Lost Conference Championship
2003 6-10 None
2002 10-5-1 Lost Divisional Round
2001 13-3 Lost Conference Championship
2000 9-7 None
Full List
1999 6-10 None
1998 7-9 None
1997 11-5 Lost Conference Championship
1996 10-6 Lost Divisional Round
1995 11-5 Lost Super Bowl
1994 12-4 Lost Conference Championship
1993 9-7 Lost Wild Card Round
1992 11-5 Lost Divisional Round
1991 7-9 None
1990 9-7 None
1989 9-7 Lost Divisional Round
1988 5-11 None
1987 8-7 None
1986 6-10 None
1985 7-9 None
1984 9-7 Lost Conference Championship
1983 10-6 Lost Divisional Round
1982 6-3 Lost Wild Card Round
1981 8-8 None
1980 9-7 None
1979 12-4 Won Super Bowl
1978 14-2 Won Super Bowl
1977 9-5 Lost Divisional Round
1976 10-4 Lost Conference Championship
1975 12-2 Won Super Bowl
1974 10-3-1 Won Super Bowl
1973 10-4 Lost Divisional Round
1972 11-3 Lost Conference Championship
1971 6-8 None
1970 5-9 None
1969 1-13 None
1968 2-11-1 None
1967 4-9-1 None
1966 5-8-1 None

It took nearly four decades for the Steelers franchise to become an overnight success. Born in 1933 as the Pirates, the team changed to its current nickname in 1940. In 35 seasons prior to the AFL-NFL merger, the Steelers made one playoff appearance. After three uneventful seasons under Bill Austin, the club hired Chuck Noll as its head coach in 1969, and he turned the franchise around. After winning just one game in his first season, Noll built through the draft adding players that would become part of the team’s dynasty in the 1970s.

From 1972 to 1979 the Steelers went 88-27-1, won seven division titles and four Super Bowls. Noll retired following the 1991 season turning the club over to Bill Cowher, who coached the club for 15 seasons. The Steelers set a club record for wins going 15-1 in 2004 however they lost to New England in the AFC Championship Game. The following season they would win their fifth Super Bowl title by knocking off Seattle.

Tomlin became just the third coach since 1969 when he took over in 2007. He led the Steelers to their record sixth Super Bowl win the following season and has never had a losing record in his tenure. The team returned to the Super Bowl for the final time in 2010 and they came within a victory of another trip following the 2016 season.  Since first tasting playoff success in 1972, the Steelers have had just seven losing seasons and none since 2003.

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