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Next Steelers Game

Game Details
vs Dallas Cowboys
Dallas
location pin
Fri 8/0612:00 AM

Steelers vs Cowboys Odds

More Odds
SpreadTotalMoneyline
PIT
-1.5
-110
u33.5
-112
-120
DAL
+1.5
-110
o33.5
-105
+100

Steelers Injuries

All NFL Injuries
  • Melvin Ingram

    LB

    Melvin Ingram (Knee) is out this week.

    Out

  • Joe Haden

    CB

    Joe Haden (Illness) is out this week.

    Out

  • B.J. Finney

    OL

    B.J. Finney (Abdomen) is out this week.

    Out

  • Trey Edmunds

    RB

    Trey Edmunds (Undisclosed) is out this week.

    Out

  • Devin Bush Jr.

    LB

    Devin Bush (Leg) is out for the season.

    Out for Season

  • Benny Snell Jr.

    RB

    Snell is doubtful with knee

    Doubtful

  • Zach Gentry

    TE

    Zach Gentry (Knee) is out this week.

    Out

Steelers 2021 Schedule

dateopponentscorespreadover/undermoneyline
Aug 21stDET----
Aug 12th@PHI--33.5+101
Aug 6thDAL--1.533.5-120

Depth Chart

Starter2ND3RD4TH
QBBen RoethlisbergerMason RudolphJoshua Dobbs
RBJames ConnerBenny Snell
WRChase Claypool
WRJuju Smith-SchusterJames Washington
TEEric EbronVance McDonaldZach Gentry
LTAlejandro Villanueva
LGMatt Feiler
CMaurkice PounceyJames Hassenauer
RGDavid DeCastroKevin Dotson
RTZach BannerChukwuma Okorafor
LCBJoe Haden
SSTerrell EdmundsJordan Dangerfield
FSMinkah FitzpatrickSean Davis
RCBSteven NelsonJustin Layne
PRDiontae JohnsonRay-Ray McCloudJames Pierre
KRAnthony McFarland
LSKameron Canaday
FBDerek Watt
RILBVince WilliamsRobert Spillane
ROLBBud DupreeAlex Highsmith
NTTyson AlualuIsaiah Buggs
DTCameron HeywardCarlos Davis
DEStephon TuittChris Wormley
NICKMike HiltonCameron Sutton
LOLBTJ WattOlasunkanmi Adeniyi
KChris Boswell
LILBUlysees Gilbert

Pittsburgh Steelers Player Stats

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Pittsburgh Steelers

The Pittsburgh Steelers bounced back in a big way from a mediocre 8-8 campaign in 2019, starting the 2020 season on an 11-game win streak and ultimately finishing 12-4 in the regular season. The season didn't end quite as the Steelers would've hoped, however, as Pittsburgh fell to division rival Cleveland in the first round of the playoffs.

Oddsmakers are a little more bearish on the Steelers this season, expecting Pittsburgh to fall back into single-digit win territory again in what could be QB Ben Roethlisberger's final year under center. See all of the Steelers odds above, as well as their full schedule, depth charts, against-the-spread (ATS) records, and much more.

Steelers Point Spreads

Even oddsmakers at sportsbooks weren't expecting such an amazing season from Pittsburgh last year, as indicated by the Steelers' ATS record. The Black and Gold finished 10-6 against-the-spread during the regular season, the second-best record in the league behind only Buffalo and Miami.

Spread bets, if you're unaware, are wagers you'll find right on the homepages of U.S. sportsbook apps. They're the most common bet type: A spread bet is a wager on the margin of victory in any particular game.

Here’s a brief example of a spread for a Steelers game:

  • Steelers -7.5 (-110)
  • Bengals +7.5 (-110)

In this situation, the Steelers are "laying" 7.5 points, indicating (along with the minus sign) that they're the favorites in the game. A bet on the Steelers spread in this instance would win if Pittsburgh beat the Bengals by eight or more points. If the Bengals won outright or the Steelers won by a touchdown or less, the Steelers spread bet would lose; in contrast, a Bengals spread bet would win.

Pittsburgh Steelers Over/Unders

The Steelers finished third in the league during the regular season last year in points per game allowed, coughing up just 19.5 per game. Still, the over/unders in the Steelers games went an even 7-7-2.

Over/under bets, often called totals, are bets on the combined point total of both teams in a match. Let's say the Steelers faced off against the Ravens, and a sportsbook posted a total of 55 points. You could bet either the over or under of the game: An over bet would cash if Pittsburgh and Baltimore together scored 56 or more points, and an under bet would cash if there were 54 or fewer points scored.

If the game finished at 55 points exactly, the over/under bets would be called a "push" and be refunded to bettors. That happened a league-high twice to the Steelers last season.

Steelers Moneylines

Let's say the Steelers are +3.5 on the spread against the Ravens, but you think Pittsburgh won't just cover the spread -- they'll win the game outright. You might be interested in a moneyline bet, which is a wager on the outright outcome of the game. And in this instance, you'd get a better payout since the Steelers are underdogs.

Moneylines can be read like the "juice" or "vig" of a spread bet, though they'll be different numbers than -110. The idea is still the same: If the Steelers moneyline was +135, you'd win $135 on a $100 bet. In contrast, if Pittsburgh was -135 on the moneyline, you'd have to bet $135 to win $100, or $13.50 to win $10.

You can use our Odds Calculator to calculate any bet amount or conversion.

Pittsburgh Steelers Props

If you enjoy rostering Big Ben in fantasy football, you might be interested in player prop bets, which are wagers on the outcomes of single players. Some Steelers props that might interest you this season include Big Ben to throw over/under a set amount of passing yards, JuJu Smith-Schuster to catch a certain amount of passes, Najee Harris to rush for over/under a set amount of yards, and more.

Pittsburgh Steelers Futures

If you think the historic Steelers franchise can send Big Ben off into the sunset of retirement on a high note, you can bet on exactly that, too. A futures bet is a broad term that applies to pretty much any wager on an end-of-season outcome. Some examples of Steelers futures include Pittsburgh to win the Super Bowl, the Steelers to win the AFC North, Big Ben to win MVP, and more.

Next Steelers Game

Game Details
vs Dallas Cowboys
Dallas
location pin
Fri 8/0612:00 AM

Steelers vs Cowboys Odds

More Odds
SpreadTotalMoneyline
PIT
-1.5
-110
u33.5
-112
-120
DAL
+1.5
-110
o33.5
-105
+100

Steelers Injuries

All NFL Injuries
  • Melvin Ingram

    LB

    Melvin Ingram (Knee) is out this week.

    Out

  • Joe Haden

    CB

    Joe Haden (Illness) is out this week.

    Out

  • B.J. Finney

    OL

    B.J. Finney (Abdomen) is out this week.

    Out

  • Trey Edmunds

    RB

    Trey Edmunds (Undisclosed) is out this week.

    Out

  • Devin Bush Jr.

    LB

    Devin Bush (Leg) is out for the season.

    Out for Season

  • Benny Snell Jr.

    RB

    Snell is doubtful with knee

    Doubtful

  • Zach Gentry

    TE

    Zach Gentry (Knee) is out this week.

    Out

Best Steelers Betting Sites

Pittsburgh Steelers

The Pittsburgh Steelers bounced back in a big way from a mediocre 8-8 campaign in 2019, starting the 2020 season on an 11-game win streak and ultimately finishing 12-4 in the regular season. The season didn't end quite as the Steelers would've hoped, however, as Pittsburgh fell to division rival Cleveland in the first round of the playoffs.

Oddsmakers are a little more bearish on the Steelers this season, expecting Pittsburgh to fall back into single-digit win territory again in what could be QB Ben Roethlisberger's final year under center. See all of the Steelers odds above, as well as their full schedule, depth charts, against-the-spread (ATS) records, and much more.

Steelers Point Spreads

Even oddsmakers at sportsbooks weren't expecting such an amazing season from Pittsburgh last year, as indicated by the Steelers' ATS record. The Black and Gold finished 10-6 against-the-spread during the regular season, the second-best record in the league behind only Buffalo and Miami.

Spread bets, if you're unaware, are wagers you'll find right on the homepages of U.S. sportsbook apps. They're the most common bet type: A spread bet is a wager on the margin of victory in any particular game.

Here’s a brief example of a spread for a Steelers game:

  • Steelers -7.5 (-110)
  • Bengals +7.5 (-110)

In this situation, the Steelers are "laying" 7.5 points, indicating (along with the minus sign) that they're the favorites in the game. A bet on the Steelers spread in this instance would win if Pittsburgh beat the Bengals by eight or more points. If the Bengals won outright or the Steelers won by a touchdown or less, the Steelers spread bet would lose; in contrast, a Bengals spread bet would win.

Pittsburgh Steelers Over/Unders

The Steelers finished third in the league during the regular season last year in points per game allowed, coughing up just 19.5 per game. Still, the over/unders in the Steelers games went an even 7-7-2.

Over/under bets, often called totals, are bets on the combined point total of both teams in a match. Let's say the Steelers faced off against the Ravens, and a sportsbook posted a total of 55 points. You could bet either the over or under of the game: An over bet would cash if Pittsburgh and Baltimore together scored 56 or more points, and an under bet would cash if there were 54 or fewer points scored.

If the game finished at 55 points exactly, the over/under bets would be called a "push" and be refunded to bettors. That happened a league-high twice to the Steelers last season.

Steelers Moneylines

Let's say the Steelers are +3.5 on the spread against the Ravens, but you think Pittsburgh won't just cover the spread -- they'll win the game outright. You might be interested in a moneyline bet, which is a wager on the outright outcome of the game. And in this instance, you'd get a better payout since the Steelers are underdogs.

Moneylines can be read like the "juice" or "vig" of a spread bet, though they'll be different numbers than -110. The idea is still the same: If the Steelers moneyline was +135, you'd win $135 on a $100 bet. In contrast, if Pittsburgh was -135 on the moneyline, you'd have to bet $135 to win $100, or $13.50 to win $10.

You can use our Odds Calculator to calculate any bet amount or conversion.

Pittsburgh Steelers Props

If you enjoy rostering Big Ben in fantasy football, you might be interested in player prop bets, which are wagers on the outcomes of single players. Some Steelers props that might interest you this season include Big Ben to throw over/under a set amount of passing yards, JuJu Smith-Schuster to catch a certain amount of passes, Najee Harris to rush for over/under a set amount of yards, and more.

Pittsburgh Steelers Futures

If you think the historic Steelers franchise can send Big Ben off into the sunset of retirement on a high note, you can bet on exactly that, too. A futures bet is a broad term that applies to pretty much any wager on an end-of-season outcome. Some examples of Steelers futures include Pittsburgh to win the Super Bowl, the Steelers to win the AFC North, Big Ben to win MVP, and more.