Pittsburgh (5-2 SU, 3-4 ATS) is coming off of a tough pro football betting 21-14 home loss to the Giants last Sunday afternoon. Meanwhile, Washington (6-2 SU, 5-3 ATS) became the latest team to beat up on the hapless Detroit Lions, securing a 25-17 road victory that covered the spread by just one point.
Pro Bowl QB Ben Roethlisberger had his worst game of the season last week against the Giants, only completing 13-of-29 passes for 189 yards and a touchdown while throwing four interceptions in the defeat. Along with the four picks, Roethlisberger was also sacked five times and was only able to convert 1-of-10 third downs and went 0-4 on 4th down conversion attempts.
NFL bettors have seen mixed results when betting on Pittsburgh away from home, watching the Steelers go 3-1 SU but only 2-2 ATS per the closing football betting odds. As a home favorite this year, Redskins bettors have seen their team struggle against the NFL odds managing just a 1-2 record ATS.
However, the Redskins have posted an impressive pro football gambling record of 9-4 ATS over their past 13 games. Leading the way for the Skins has been QB Jason Campbell who has completed over 66% of his passes for 1754 yards and eight touchdowns while being the only starting quarterback yet to have thrown an interception.
Gamblers who bet on NFL football games to go under the ‘total’ should know that the under is 3-0-1 in the Redskins past four games. NFL betting lines have Washington favored by a deuce in this pre-election night game with a ‘total’ of 37 points.
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