- The Pittsburgh Steelers have +100 odds to beat the Tennessee Titans in Week 15.
- The Tennessee Titans are 1.5-point favorites to beat the Steelers.
- The Steelers have won five straight games as a home underdog.
PITTSBURGH – The Pittsburgh Steelers will be put to the test in Week 15 of the season as they host the Tennessee Titans in a game where they are being seen as home team underdog.
Pittsburgh Steelers Vs. Tennessee Titans
- Moneyline: Titans (-120) vs. Steelers (+100)
- Spread: Steelers +1.5
- Total: 41.5 Points
Steelers Thriving When In Doubt
For those that are quick to count out the Steelers underdog odds should reconsider. Especially being that in the Steelers last five home games where NFL betting sites listed them as an underdog since 2019, they have gone 5-0 overall including two times this season in Week 5 against the Denver Broncos and Week 13 against the Baltimore Ravens.
As for the Steelers odds heading into this matchup with the Tennessee Titans, it is expected to be a close game being that both teams have dealt with injuries and inconsistency all season. However, the Titans injuries are far more impactful as they lost Derrick Henry earlier in the year and have been without star wideout, A.J. Brown since Week 11 as he is on IR.
With injuries alone, the Steelers could look to take advantage of the holes the Titans are facing on offense and go on to win their sixth straight as a home underdog.
As a 1.5-point underdog in general with Ben Roethlisberger lining up under center, the Steelers have been unmatched as they have gone 6-0 in that scenario.
Also backing up the Steelers odds is that the Titans have hit a bump in the road their last three games as they have gone 1-2 in that span. If the Titans take their struggles on the road here where the Steelers are 4-2 when playing at home, Pittsburgh would have no problem walking away with a win.
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