- The Pittsburgh Steelers are 6.0-point underdogs to the Los Angeles Chargers on Sunday Night Football.
- The Steelers have won two games this year as a road underdog of 5.0 or more points.
- The total is set at 47.0 points with (-110) odds on either side.
LOS ANGELES – The Pittsburgh Steelers have done pretty well this season as a road underdog which may leave the Los Angeles Chargers in trouble in their Week 11 Sunday Night Football matchup.
Pittsburgh Steelers As Road Underdog In 2021
The Pittsburgh Steelers have been underdogs on the road three times this season, all by five or more points. However, they continue proving legal betting sites right by performing well in those games.
They’ve won two games straight up as road dogs this year and could potentially make it third on Sunday.
Steelers vs Chargers Moneyline Odds
- Pittsburgh Steelers +225
- Los Angeles Chargers -275
The Los Angeles Chargers will attempt to avoid the same fate as the Cleveland Browns and Buffalo Bills, but may see success by no doing of their own. The Steelers are expected to be without a handful of key players on both sides of the ball. If both teams were fully healthy, the game would likely have a closer spread.
Steelers vs Chargers Spread Odds
- Pittsburgh Steelers +6.0 -110
- Los Angeles Chargers -6.0 -110
Despite all of the injuries, Najee Harris is healthy and ready to play. He should be able to have a big day on the ground as the Los Angeles defense allows the most rushing yards per game in the NFL with 155.1. However, the Chargers also have the fourth-best pass defense that allows just 206 yards per game and could give Mason Rudolph issues.
Is The UNDER Too Good To Be True?
The Steelers are already one of the lowest-scoring teams in the NFL, ranking top 10 in both fewest points scored and allowed this season. Now, with a backup quarterback in they could score even fewer points than usual. However, NFL sportsbooks have the total set at a higher number than they’re used to.
Steelers vs Chargers Total Odds
- OVER 47.0 -110
- UNDER 47.0 -110
The average Steelers game only totals 40.3 points and just one of their nine games this season has gone OVER 47 points. The Chargers are a bit more high-scoring, averaging 49.6 points in their games and seeing four of their nine games go OVER the set total, but they still go UNDER more often than not.
The game will begin at 8:20 p.m. EST on Sunday night and can be seen on NBC.
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