NFL Pro Football 2019 Pittsburgh Steelers Regular Season Win Odds Preview

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The Pittsburgh Steelers finished off the regular season in the 2018 season at 9-6-1 and failed to make the playoffs. The team struggled down the stretch losing four of their final six games with a critical road loss at a bad Oakland team that proved costly to the teams postseason chances.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the Pittsburgh Steelers lined at 9 wins with the over set at -130 odds and the under returning +100 odds.

Pittsburgh saw some key losses offensively in the offseason. Wide receiver Antonio Brown and tight end Jesse James were lost in free agency. Running back Le’Veon Bell signed in the offseason with the New York Jets. Steelers were a good offensive team that posted 403 yards and 27 points per game. Ben Roethlisberger had a productive season completing 67% of his throws for 5129 yards with 34 touchdowns and 16 picks. With the holdout of Le’Veon Bell the Steelers found production from young running back James Connor. They also found available in the fourth round of the 2019 draft Benny Snell out of Kentucky. Snell was a work horse in the Wildcats backfield facing SEC competition who averaged at least five yards per carry in all his seasons in college.

To help in the passing game the Steelers selected Diontae Johnson in the second round out of Toledo. Also coming over in free agency is Donte Moncrief formally of the Jaguars. JuJu Smith Schuster is a young talented receiver who has been productive since being drafted by the Steelers out of USC. James Washington is also a talented target.

Pittsburgh defense held opponents to 22 points and 327 yards per game. They did add depth in the draft selecting two defensive players with the first three picks in the draft. Steelers selected talented linebacker Devin Bush with their first pick out of Michigan then in the third round took Justin Layne a cornerback from Michigan St.

Steelers lost their final three road games last season. Team has been good against the Division with a 15-2-1 record the past three seasons. Pittsburgh will face the AFC East and NFC West this season. They do have two sets of back to back road games in mid-November and in their final two games of the regular season.

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