The Pittsburgh Steelers (1-1) host the Cincinnati Bengals (1-1) on Sunday, September 26, 2021 in a matchup between opponents from the AFC North at Heinz Field. Cincinnati is a 3-point underdog. A total of 44 points has been established for this game.
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Odds for Steelers vs. Bengals
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More or less information
- Pittsburgh played 11 games with more than 44 points scored, the total from their current meeting last year.
- Last year, nine of Cincinnati’s 16 games had a combined total of more than 44 points scored.
- The two teams averaged 1.4 more points per game (45.4) combined a season ago than the 44 points total from this meeting.
- The two teams’ opponents averaged two more points per game last season (46) than the total of 44 points from this game.
- The total point average for the Steelers games last year was 0.9 points more than the 44 over / under in this matchup.
- The average point total for the Bengals in 2020 was 1.8 points higher than the over / under for this game.
Steelers stats and trends
- Pittsburgh covered 10 times in 16 chances against the spread last season.
- When they played as at least 3-point favorites last season, the Steelers had an ATS record of 6-6.
- Last season, eight of Pittsburgh’s games topped the point total.
- Last year, the Steelers scored just 0.5 fewer points per game (26) than the Bengals gave up (26.5).
- Pittsburgh was 8-1 against the spread and 8-1 overall in games when it posted more than 26.5 points last season.
- The Steelers collected 54.6 fewer yards per game (334.6) than the Bengals allowed per outing (389.2) last season.
- Pittsburgh was 1-2 against the spread and 1-2 overall when the team racked up more than 389.2 yards last season.
- The Steelers flipped the ball one more time (18 total) than the Bengals forced a turnover (17) last season.
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Bengals stats and trends
- Cincinnati won nine games against the spread last year, while not covering seven times.
- The Bengals covered the margin eight times last year (8-5 ATS) when they played as underdogs of at least 3 points.
- Cincinnati games reached more than eight of 16 times last season.
- Last year, the Bengals averaged just 0.1 fewer points per game (19.4) than the Steelers gave up (19.5).
- Cincinnati was 8-0 against the spread and 4-3-1 overall in games when it scored more than 19.5 points last year.
- The Bengals averaged just 14 more yards per game (319.8) than the Steelers allowed per outing (305.8) last season.
- When Cincinnati racked up more than 305.8 yards last year, the team was 6-2 against the spread and 3-5 overall.
- The Bengals turned the ball 24 times last year, three times less than the Steelers’ forced turnovers (27).
Home and road information
- Pittsburgh was 5-3 against the spread, and 7-1 overall, at home last season.
- At home last year, the Steelers were 4-3 ATS as favorites of 3 or more points.
- Last year, in eight home games, Pittsburgh topped the total five times.
- The Steelers’ home games last season averaged 44.3 total points, 0.3 more than the over / under from this meeting (44).
- On the road last season, Cincinnati was 4-4 against the spread and 1-6-1 overall.
- In four of eight road games last season, Cincinnati topped the total.
- The Bengals’ away games last season averaged 46.0 total points, 2.0 more than the over / under in this contest (44).
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