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Week 9 of the NFL season is here as the Pittsburgh Steelers host the Tennessee Titans. Below are the three best prop bets for this matchup.
Despite having a more explosive running back on the roster in Jaylen Warren, the Steelers used Harris more, and he gets pass-catching opportunities. He has 13 receptions this season and nine of those over his last three games. He had 42 receiving yards last week and 15 before that. Looking back at Week 4, he had 32 receiving yards on a single catch. The Titans allow 232 passing yards per game.
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Coming off a four-touchdown game, the hype for Levis will be there despite his line of 1.5 passing touchdowns here with +195 line value. This season, through seven games, the Steelers have allowed ten passing touchdowns. The Steelers have allowed 1.4 per game. That’s been lowered to 0.7 per game in the last three weeks. That said, the only way to develop Levis effectively is to get him throwing to players like wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins. Look for him to keep slinging here. Take a chance on the +195 value.
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Hopkins caught four passes for well over 100 yards and three scores last week. He’s going to continue being a favorite target of the rookie signal caller here as he opposes veteran Patrick Peterson, who’s allowed four touchdowns this season and 360 yards (more than 15 yards per catch). Hopkins had more than 100 yards in a game just once this season before Levis and no more than 65 other than that one game.
Look for Hopkins to, once again, be heavily involved and get into the endzone once again on a short week.
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After graduating from the University of New Hampshire with a BA in Journalism, Richard Janvrin has been covering iGaming and sports betting since December 2018. Richard has covered betting at Bleacher Report, Gambling.com, The Game Day, Forbes, and more.More info on Richard Janvrin
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