Bengals vs. Steelers Odds, Betting Picks: Sharp Money Moving Over/Under
Jamie Sabau/Getty Images. Pictured: Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger.
- Sharp money is moving odds for Sunday's Cincinnati Bengals vs. Pittsburgh Steelers NFL Week 10 game.
- Find out how professional bettors are driving significant over/under line movement.
NFL Odds: Bengals vs. Steelers
|PRO Projections||Steelers -7.1 | O/U: 48.1|
|Time/Channel||4:25 p.m. ET/FOX|
Today’s Bengals vs. Steelers game has been on and off the board throughout the week after Pittsburgh put a handful of players on the reserve/COVID-19 list, including quarterback Ben Roethlisberger.
However, Big Ben has been cleared to play and odds are back up for bettors. Interestingly, sharp bettors have taken a liking to the Bengals-Steelers total and it’s not what you’d expect, considering Pittsburgh will have its starting quarterback on the field.
Let’s take a look how late Sunday money is moving the Bengals vs. Steelers over/under.
NFL Picks: Bengals vs. Steelers
As recently as 10 a.m. today this total sat at 46, and that’s exactly when sharps struck.
Pro bettors steamed under 46, driving this number down to the current line of 45 (click here for live NFL odds).
Steam refers to sudden and uniform line movement across the entire betting market that is often the result of respected bettors getting down on the same side of one game at multiple sportsbooks, all at once.
Why do wise guys like the Bengals-Steelers under so much? The weather is likely a significant reason.
Sports Insights’ weather data is calling for winds between 16-20 mph throughout today’s game, which should make scoring a tougher task than normal.