Bills vs. Steelers Sunday Night Football Sharp Betting Pick: How Pros Are Shaping Season-Low Over/Under

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  • Sharp money is quietly hitting the Buffalo Bills vs. Pittsburgh Steelers over/under.
  • We detail how pro bettors are shaping this potentially season-low Sunday Night Football total.

Fans hoping for explosive offense may want to look away during Sunday Night Football. Tonight’s Bills vs. Steelers matchup is expected to be a defensive battle, and the betting market supports this.

At 37, the Bills-Steelers over/under is on pace to tie a handful of games for the lowest total of the NFL season.

And considering there are already a few books that have ticked below the market consensus to 36.5, we might see a new season-low over/under.

The total for Sunday Night Football opened at 37, meaning simply comparing that to the current line doesn’t reveal much in terms of professional action.


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However, by combining The Action Network’s betting tools and a detailed look at the the line history, we can see how sharps quietly shaped this number throughout the week.

Bills vs. Steelers Sunday Night Football Sharp Betting Pick

At the time of writing, 57% of bets and 55% of the money wagered have hit the Bills vs. Steelers over.

Interestingly, this total dipped to 35.5 as recently as Thursday afternoon, and that’s when sharps struck.

Sports Insights’ Bet Signals, which track and report professional betting action in real-time, triggered two Steam Moves on the over — at lines of 35.5 and 36 — leaving no doubt as to why the total has climbed back to the opener.

According to our Bet Labs data, overs have a slight edge in games with totals of 37 or below, hitting at 52% since 2003.