Last week, the Giants got a late safety to cover the NFL betting line against the 49ers in a 29-17 win. The Steelers meanwhile, were held in check by the Bengals until they exploded in the fourth quarter en route to a 38-10 road win. Against the 49ers last week, the Giants played their first game under the ‘total’ off of the pro football wagering odds since the first week of the season.
The Giants won that game like they have won other games this season, with a solid defense and a strong ground attack. RB Brandon Jacobs ran the ball 17 times for 69 yards and scored a pair of touchdowns in the game for an offense that leads the NFL in rushing churning out a 169.7 yards per game average.
New York’s defense has added to the team’s success, especially at home, where the Giants have surrendered just 13.3 PPG and gone 3-1 ATS for NFL gamblers. Without Pro Bowl RB Willie Parker, the Steelers offense has continued to put up impressive numbers under QB Ben Roethlisberger.
“Big Ben” has proven his worth by having the third best quarterback rating in the AFC (98.1). In fact, since Parker was injured, the Steelers offense has exploded playing three straight games over the ‘total’ against the NFL wagering line. The Steelers are 2-0 so far this season at home SU for pro football bettors and will look to win their third straight at home this week.
Once again, Dick Lebeau’s defense is one of the best in the league. It currently ranks second in the league in points allowed with a 14.8 PPG average and is the best in the league in yards per game allowed surrendering just 228.3 YPG. The NFL lines have the Steelers as a three-point home favorite in this game with a ‘total’ of 42 points.
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