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STEELERS @ RAVENS
January 1, 2023
Line: BALT -2, O/U 35
5:20 PM PST
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A Sunday Night AFC North division rivalry is going to be a physical contest as the Steelers visit the Ravens for their 2nd matchup this season. Oddsmakers have the line with Baltimore favored at -2.5 and the O/U at 35.5 points. We look to the Baltimore QB prop lines for value.
Backup Tyler Huntley is playing in his 5th game this season and has lines at O/U 172.5 passing yards and O/U 37.5 rushing yards. Huntley has been decent with his legs, but has really struggled in the passing game since replacing the injured Lamar Jackson. With the point total extremely low at just 35.5 expected points, you can count on there being minimal offensive output. The Steelers defense held Huntley to just 88 passing yards on December 11th, although he did get injured in the 3rd quarter. Huntley has averaged just 132 passing yards/game and has only surpassed this number one time, taking 27 completions to get there. This yardage line would have hit at a 75% rate in his 4 appearances. In what is a must-win game for Pittsburgh you can expect them to come hungry on defense and for defensive coordinator Teryl Austin to dial up all sorts of pressure in Huntley’s face. Baltimore’s way to victory is to run the ball as they have the 2nd best running game in the NFL. Expect heavy doses of J.K. Dobbins, Gus Edwards, and Huntley on the ground as Baltimore averages the 6th most rushes/game with 31.4 attempts. The Steelers will absolutely be locked in on defense.