Dolphins vs. Steelers Odds, Picks & Betting Cheat Sheet
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- Monday Night Football features a double-digit spread between the Miami Dolphins and Pittsburgh Steelers.
- Find the full betting odds, our staff's picks and more below.
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Dolphins at Steelers Odds & Picks
- Odds: Steelers -14
- Over/Under: 43.5
- Kickoff: 8:15 p.m. ET
- TV Channel: ESPN
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Our analysts and experts break down the most important angles of this game.
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The Dolphins have had to deal with negative game script, which has inflated their opponent rushing numbers. Still, they’ve allowed a league-high 139 yards rushing per game to opposing running backs.
Not all of that can be explained away just because they have lost all their games. They’ve lost in part because they can be run on easily.
The Steelers, meanwhile, are returning from a bye so should be rested and ready. They welcome Jaylen Samuels — one of the best receiving and wildcat backs in the league — back for the first time since Week 5. James Conner should play in full as well.
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