Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Tampa Bay Bucs

  • The Bucs are nine-point favorites at Heinz Field against the 1-4 Steelers on Sunday afternoon who are starting Kenny Pickett for the second week.
  • Tom Brady has -115 odds to hit the over for passing yards at 277.5 and has an average of over 280 during the 2022 season.
  • Pickett’s passing yards total is set at 236.5 over/under at -115 odds and the rookie QB had 53 pass attempts in week five and a total of 327 passing yards.

PITTSBURGH – The Tampa Bay Bucs are visiting the Steelers in week six of the 2022 NFL season and the Bucs have -420 odds to win and are favored to win by nine points at Bovada. The Steelers have gone 1-4 on the season and are still searching for their first win at Heinz Field.

This matchup is between one extremely experienced team led by Tom Brady and one of the youngest teams in the NFL that is currently led by Kenny Pickett and legal sports betting sites have hundreds of different player props for this Sunday game.

Pickett’s Betting Props

Total Passing Yards

  • Over 236.5 -115
  • Under 236.5 -115

Total Passing TDs

  • Over 1.5 +185
  • Under 1.5 -250

After taking over for Trubisky in week four, Kenny Pickett threw four 120 yards, going 10 for 13. During his first career NFL start in week five, the Steelers lost to the Bills by 35 points but Pickett completed 34 of his 52 passing attempts for a total of 327 yards. Picket is still seeking the first TD pass of his career.

Pickett and Tom Brady were tied in week five for the most passing attempts at 52, giving legal NFL bettors the best outcome for betting on the over for the passing yards for both QBs but the under for Pickett’s passing TDs.

Tom Brady’s Betting Props

Total Passing Yards

  • Over 277.5 -115
  • Under 277.5 -115

Total Passing TDs

  • Over 1.5 -200
  • Under 1.5 -250

Averaging 281 passing yards per game, Tom Brady should have no issues hitting the over on his passing props for week six. Even though he only threw one touchdown pass in week five, his over odds are also favorable for total TD passes.

The Steeler’s defense allowed Josh Allen to throw four TDs in week five and Brady should get back on track with a few of his own during week six with his healthy wide receiver core.

Mike Evans Total Receiving Yards

  • Over 64.5 -115
  • Under 64.5 -115

Evans did not score in week five but still managed to record four receptions for a total of 81 yards. In Evan’s four games played in the 2022 season, he has only hauled in less than 64.5 yards in one game in week two, where he has a total of 61.

George Pickens Receiving Props

  • Over 44.5 receiving yards -115
  • Under 44.5 receiving yards -115
  • Over 4.5 receptions +120
  • Under 4.5 receptions -160

Between Pickens, Dionte Johnson, and Chase Claypool, the Steelers have plenty of depth at receiver  but Pickett targeted Pickens the most in week five. During the Steeler’s week five loss, Pickens had a total of 83 yards on eight targets and six receptions.

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