Ravens vs. Steelers Odds, Picks & Betting Predictions

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  • Our betting cheat sheet features comprehensive coverage of Ravens-Steelers.
  • We outline odds, picks and more below.

Ravens at Steelers Odds, Picks & Betting Predictions

  • Spread: Ravens -3
  • Over/Under: 44
  • Time: 1 p.m. ET
  • TV Channel: CBS

Odds as of Sunday morning and via PointsBet, where Action Network users can access an exclusive promotion to get a 200% deposit match (deposit $50, bet with $150).

Our analysts and experts break down the most important angles of this game.

Here’s an excerpt, but you can read the full thing here.

The underdog in this series has gone 19-10-3 against the spread since 2003. And 21 of the 32 meetings have been decided by one possession — including 16 by three or fewer points.

Mike Tomlin is also 30-17 against the spread as an underdog.

So is the value on the Steelers as 3.5-point dogs at home?

See our full betting breakdown for Ravens-Steelers here.

Our Favorite Bets for Sunday’s Main Slate

Our staff breaks down how they’re betting the 1 and 4 p.m. ET games. See their favorite picks.

Sean Koerner’s Projected Patriots-Redskins Odds

Sean Koerner uses his NFL Power Ratings to project a spread and total for every game. See whether he thinks either are worth a bet in this matchup.

Pick ‘Em Confidence Rating

Sean Koerner ranks every straight-up and against-the-spread pick for pools in his Pick ‘Em Confidence Ratings. You can even create custom ATS ratings based on the specific spreads your league is using.

See where the Ravens and Steelers rank.

Survivor Pool Recommendations

Four weeks down. Thirteen to go. But should you roll with Pittsburgh or Baltimore in Week 5? Our NFL simulations reveal the best survivor pool picks.

Week 5 Fantasy Football Rankings

Our trio of experts are obsessively updating their fantasy football rankings so you can set your lineups with confidence. Here’s how they rank QBs, RBs, WRs, TEs and Flex players for PPR, standard and half PPR leagues.

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