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The Pittsburgh Steelers and Cincinnati Bengals will renew their rivalry once again on Sunday. While both teams are not the powerhouses they once were, their meetings usually provide us with thrilling matchups.
Though injuries have hit both teams hard, there are a ton of great prop bets to choose from in this AFC North battle. Below, we will share our three favorite prop bets, giving you the odds and insights you need to win big.
Jaylen Warren has become one of the Steelers' top playmakers of late. After serving primarily as a change of pace back through the first seven games, he has been electric over the last three. He has rushed for 318 combined yards over those three games, averaging a ridiculous 9.1 yards per carry. While he is still not seeing a ton of carries, he is getting enough to make a major impact on games, and he will do so again tonight.
The Bengals look far from the team they were in 2022, and that won’t change with Joe Burrow set to miss the remainder of the season with an injury. His absence will make life harder for their defense, who was already struggling. They have been especially bad against the run, ranking thirty-first in the league in rushing yards per game (138.3). No defense has been able to slow Warren down of late, and the Bengals just don’t have the talent to do it on Sunday.
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While Jaylen Warren has been the far better rusher, Najee Harris is still a dangerous red zone threat. He has scored in two of his previous three, both of which came within the ten-yard line. His low YPC average limits his ability to drive down the field, but his size gives him a significant advantage toward the goal line.
We talked about how bad the Bengals' run defense is above, but it is worth mentioning again for this bet. Not only are they allowing a lot of yards, but they have also given up the eighth-most rushing touchdowns in the league.
Mixon may not be the same explosive running back he once was, but he is still a solid ball carrier. He is averaging 4.0 yards per carry for 605 yards and four touchdowns on the ground. While consistency has been an issue, Mixon has succeeded against some excellent defenses, including the Ravens and Niners. He averaged over 64 yards in each, averaging at least 4.3 YPC. The Steelers rank twenty-third in rushing yards per game (127.7), meaning Mixon will have a far easier test on Sunday.
We also expect to see a significant workload with Joe Burrow out. That means the Bengals' game plan will revolve around attacking a weak Steelers run defense, especially since the Steelers offense is unlikely to do much damage. This may be an ugly game, but we love this bet.
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What: Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Cincinnati Bengals
Where: Paycor Stadium in Cincinnati, Ohio
When: Sunday, November 26, 1:00 PM EST
How to Watch: FOX, YouTube TV, NFL Network
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