NFL Week Six Monday Lines – Steelers Early Dogs Vs Browns

Cleveland Browns v Pittsburgh Steelers

Date & Time Favorite Line Underdog Total
10/9 8:25 ET Indianapolis -2.5 At Houston 45.5
10/12 1:00 ET Denver -7.5 At NY Jets 46.5
10/12 1:00 ET At Cleveland -2 Pittsburgh 46.5
10/12 1:00 ET At Tennessee -6 Jacksonville
10/12 4:25 ET At Atlanta -3 Chicago 53.5
10/12 1:00 ET Green Bay -3.5 At Miami 48.5
10/12 1:00 ET Detroit -3 At Minnesota
10/12 1:00 ET At Cincinnati -6.5 Carolina Off
10/12 1:00 ET New England -3 At Buffalo Off
10/12 1:00 ET Baltimore -3 At Tampa Bay 43
10/12 4:05 ET San Diego -7 At Oakland 43
10/12 4:25 ET At Seattle -8.5 Dallas Off
10/12 4:25 ET At Arizona -3 Washington Off
10/12 8:30 ET At Philadelphia -2.5 NY Giants 50

Monday Night Football Line

10/13 8:30 ET San Francisco -3.5 At St. Louis 43.5

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Matt Loede
Matt Loede has been in the sports media for over 16 years, with experience covering the MLB, NBA, and NFL. On Sunday’s during football season, you can hear Matt on national networks like Fox Sports Radio, Associated Press, and others. Born and raised in Cleveland Ohio, Matt studies and talks football inside and out, and is anxious to share his thoughts and comments with readers on a daily basis.

1 Comment on "NFL Week Six Monday Lines – Steelers Early Dogs Vs Browns"

  1. The Cleveland Browns are not God’s gift to football, but at home against the Steelers, they ought to be favored by more than 2. The Browns got behind 28-3 against the Titans before Jake Locker got hurt. After that, the Browns put up 26 unanswered points to beat the Titans 29-28. Nineteen of those points came in the second half. That’s more points than the Steelers scored against the lowly Jags in the whole game.

    Even so, the Browns are as inconsistent as the Steelers; they tend to get off to a slow start and close hard. In the first meeting, the Steelers jumped on them early and barely held on to win. While the Steelers defense shouldn’t be surprised by Hoyer and the no-huddle attack this time, the Browns’ offense can score. Thus, the game hinges on the Steelers offense putting up 30 points on the Browns defense, as they did last time. If we do, we win.

    However, football games are not won by logic. Bad breaks, bad calls, poor weather, and turnovers decide most of them. And, with that in mind, I wouldn’t be a bit amazed if either team wins this game by twenty points or more. They are both equally good at their best and equally bad at their worst to make that possible on any given Sunday.

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