Pittsburgh Steelers versus Tennessee Titans NFL Pro Football Betting Preview

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Monday Night Football for Week 11 on November 17th will feature the Tennessee Titans playing host to the Pittsburgh Steelers. The Titans and Steelers will get things started from Tennessee at 8:30PM Eastern Time and ESPN has the coast to coast broadcast.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business have the road side Pittsburgh Steelers the -6 ½ point wagering favorite with a total set at 46 ½ points. Those betting the Steelers on the money line will lay -265 odds with the return on the home underdog Tennessee Titans at +225 odds on the money line.

The Pittsburgh Steelers have been an 8-8 team the past two seasons. In 2014 the club is off to a 6-4 start. Despite being two games over .500 the Steelers still have the look of a team that is inconsistent earning impressive wins against good teams then playing down to lower levels of weak competition and losing. As evidenced by the Steelers three point home loss to Tampa Bay and a seven point defeat last week at the New York Jets. In the loss the Steelers committed four turnovers and failed to force any away from the Jets. Ben Roethlisberger prior to the lost to New York had played well as he threw for six touchdown passes in home wins against Indianapolis and Baltimore where the Steelers put up a combined 94 points in those double digit victories. Roethlisberger has 23 touchdowns and 5 picks on the year. It has been a poor season for the Tennessee Titans as they take the field at home on Monday Night Football with a 2-7 record. It appears the Jake Locker era in Tennessee has come to an end. Locker does provide spark and competitiveness on the offensive side of the football for the Titans but the problem is he cannot stay healthy. The front offense has had enough of Locker’s injuries the team had decided to go with LSU rookie Zach Mettenberger the rest of the way. The Titans are 0-2 in Mettenberger’s two starts as they scored a total of 23 points combined in losses to Houston and Baltimore.

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