Sunday Night Boring Game - Steelers vs. Jags

Sunday Night Boring Game - Steelers vs. Jags

Who does everyone like?  I am leaning Steelers +7 by gametime, this one could be similar to last Monday night's snoozer.  Well, I shouldn't be biased, if you like defense and short yardage plays you will love this game tonight!

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I'm leaning towards Jax here. They are one of the top picks in the Hilton this week and the public has them 62%. They are 2-1 ATS in the last 3 games against Pitt. 

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I went over 37 for a little just to make the game intresting since I have no opinion what so ever on the game.

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After 3-0 yesterday Ill, Missouri, Ohio state and 2-0 today on Arizona and NE id say i would pick against me on this one but i like Jacksonville although i hate 5 to 6 pt spreads...im gonna say Jax by 13 as they do seem to own Pittsburgh...id say jax forces some turnovers in this one catching pittsburgh off monday night...i always bet against the winner on prev monday night  and bet on loser of prev mon nite small over last 20 years it has paid off nicely as a play...just an opinion from the oldballcoach

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Glad I didn't back the public bet on this one (took Steelers +5.5 and SU +205), but could have gone either way second half.  Big Ben should have never got out of that would be sack on the Jags 33 that went for a 20 yarder inside the Jags 10. The big story of this game was the Steelers defensive pressure against the worst offensive line in the league.  Better game overall than expected with much more points than expected for sure.  Wonder how many bettors backed the under in this one?

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Glad I didn't back the public bet on this one (took Steelers +5.5 and SU +205), but could have gone either way second half.  Big Ben should have never got out of that would be sack on the Jags 33 that went for a 20 yarder inside the Jags 10. The big story of this game was the Steelers defensive pressure against the worst offensive line in the league.  Better game overall than expected with much more points than expected for sure.  Wonder how many bettors backed the under in this one?

Nice call on the ML Samson  wink

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