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Best Same-Game Parlay Picks for Titans vs. Steelers Week 9: 3-Leg Parlay Pick (+700)

Total Points

Leg-1: Over 36.5 Points (-110)


Leg-2: Tennessee Titans to win (+125)

Receiving Yards

Leg-3: Deandre Hopkins Over 55+ Receiving Yards (-135)

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NFL Schedule Week 9 – Game info

2023 NFL Regular Season Game
Tennessee Titans (4-3) vs. Pittsburgh Steelers (3-4)
Date: Thursday, Nov. 2
Time: 8:15 p.m. ET
Venue: Acrisure Stadium in Pittsburgh, Pa.
TV Channel: NBC
Live Stream: FuboTV 

This week’s Thursday Night Football matchup between Tennessee and Pittsburgh has suddenly become much more interesting, thanks to the work of Titans rookie quarterback Will Levis in his team’s 28-23 win over Atlanta on Sunday afternoon. With Ryan Tannehill sidelined, Levis stepped in with a superb performance at home. He is now expected to get another start on Thursday night in Pittsburgh.

While the Titans were beating the Falcons on Sunday, the Steelers saw their two-game winning streak come to an end in a disappointing 20-10 home loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars. Pittsburgh QB Kenny Pickett exited that game with a rib injury. It’s still possible that he will play on Thursday night, since the team’s medical staff is monitoring his status throughout the week. 

After Pickett’s early departure against the Jags, Mitch Trubisky stepped in at quarterback for the Steelers, but he threw two interceptions while his offense struggled to run the football. The team hopes Pickett is healthy enough to play on Thursday, and his status will be something to keep a close eye on over the next couple of days.

Titans vs. Steelers Odds, Spread, Moneyline, Over/Under - NFL Odds Week 9

Moneyline: Tennessee Titans +125, Pittsburgh Steelers -150
Spread: Titans +3 (-115), Steelers -3 (-105)
Total: Over/Under 36.5 points 

Titans vs. Steelers Preview

Both Tennessee and Pittsburgh have faced offensive struggles this season, so the line is set pretty low for this Thursday night matchup.

Pittsburgh has been a low-scoring team throughout the season. Now, with QB Kenny Pickett banged up, that isn’t expected to change anytime soon. In last weekend's loss to Jacksonville, the Steelers’ top two running backs, Najee Harris and Jaylen Warren, combined for only 12 carries. Those rushes totaled only 32 yards, as the offensive line consistently failed to create space. Harris ended up with a mere 1.9 yards-per-carry average on the day.

Wide receiver Diontae Johnson returned to the Steelers lineup from Injured Reserve on Sunday, and he led the team with eight catches for 85 yards. That was a reminder of just how good Johnson can be when given the right opportunities.

The Steelers have struggled on defense this season, allowing 245 passing yards per game and 137 on the ground. Both rank within the NFL’s bottom 10, and Pittsburgh’s defense suffered another blow on Sunday when star safety Minkah Fitzpatrick exited the game with a hamstring injury. He has already been ruled out for Thursday's game, which could lead to further problems for a defense going up against Titans QB Will Levis, an excited rookie with a rocket for an arm.

Whether Pickett plays or not has yet to be determined at the time of writing, but if he does, the Steelers really need to start proving that they can threaten an opposing defense down the field. Pickett has peaked at 235 passing yards this season and thrown just five touchdowns. Granted, his offensive line is a real problem, and he faces more pressure than perhaps he should, but I’m still waiting to see him go out and blow a defense apart. That has yet to happen, and it feels like the coaches’ and fans’ level of patience for this starting Steelers quarterback might be wearing thin.

It's a different story in Tennessee, where the injury to Ryan Tannehill presented a golden opportunity for 2023 second-round draft pick Will Levis on Sunday.

Levis saw some action in the preseason, but he was named the team's third-string quarterback behind Tannehill and second-year QB Malik Willis at the start of the regular season. On Oct. 15, Willis came in to play against Baltimore following Tannehill’s injury, but after its bye week, the team announced that Levis would get the start last Sunday against Atlanta.

Before he got hurt, Tannehill’s performances were far from inspirational this season. He had thrown for just two touchdowns in six starts, and I was beginning to wonder when we might see a quarterback change even if Tannehill remained healthy.

Perhaps the Titans are merely giving Levis an opportunity to show what he can do, since Tennessee has seemingly been trying to mend its quarterback situation for multiple years now and spent relatively high draft picks on both Willis and Levis over the past two seasons alone.

Last Sunday, the switch paid off, and the rookie delivered. Levis threw for 235 yards and four touchdowns against the Falcons, including three TDs to DeAndre Hopkins in a game that turned out to be a breath of fresh air for Tennessee’s offense.

Naturally, Levis wasn’t perfect, but his passing ability and eagerness to make a play were in stark contrast to the stye of Tannehill, whose deep ball is often questionable and – when thrown with any degree of risk -- typically ends up being intercepted.

Prior to Sunday, Hopkins hadn’t caught one TD pass this season. Some people were undoubtedly wondering if he would even be in Tennessee after Tuesday’s trade deadline. Then Sunday happened, and Levis hit Hopkins for three touchdowns. Those TD strikes might have rescued the Titans’ season and avoided a potential fire sale before the deadline passed.

Titans defensive tackle Jeffery Simmons will be hoping to give the shaky Steelers offensive line some trouble on Thursday. He is coming off a two-sack game against Atlanta in which he managed six pressures and forced a fumble. The Steelers’ T.J. Watt will be looking to do the same on the opposite side, and he could be in for a big day against a Tennessee offense that allows the NFL’s fourth-most sacks per game this year.

The Steelers will need Pickett to show up and show out, because Tennessee’s Levis is on a mission, and he’s going to be slinging the football all night. Pittsburgh has a failed running game right now, so this one’s on the Steelers quarterback, provided that he is able to play, of course.

Titans vs. Steelers Predictions and Pick

I always try to be cautious and refuse to crown any rookie quarterback too quickly, but it's hard to ignore the tape from Will Levis’ game against Atlanta this past weekend. The Falcons’ defense is far superior to Pittsburgh’s right now, particularly against the passing game, and Levis put on a show against it while -- almost just as impressively -- refusing to turn over the football.

That poise will be tested against a Steelers team ranked third in the league when it comes to turnover differential. Their 15 takeaways are second in the league, proving just how dangerous they can be. Indeed, Pittsburgh has already forced eight fumbles this year.

If Levis can hold on to the ball and doesn’t turn it over throwing downfield, I think Tennessee will win this game. So far this season, the Titans’ offensive weapons have been hampered by mediocre quarterback play, which is putting it politely. A fresh face and elite-level confidence under center can change a lot, and I like the Titans to win because of it.

The Pick: Tennessee Titans Moneyline (+125)

The line is tough with this one, especially since it’s set really low for two teams that haven’t exactly been reliable as far as scoring points this year.

Pittsburgh has a 1-6 record against totals this year, and Tennessee stands at 2-5. However, considering the Titans’ recent performance -- with Levis contributing significantly to their highest scoring total of the season – I would be leaning toward the over.

The Pick: Over 36.5 Points (-110)

Best NFL Player Prop Bets: Titans vs. Steelers

DeAndre Hopkins

DeAndre Hopkins' time in Tennessee has been frustrating so far this year, since he is one of the Titans’ elite receivers who are getting lost in a struggling offense. Players such as Hopkins, Green Bay’s Davante Adams, and the Jets’ Garrett Wilson all fall into this category, but a change at quarterback has already sparked a change of fate for Tennessee’s star wideout.

Rookie Will Levis threw the ball to Hopkins five times against Atlanta, and the receiver caught four passes for 128 yards and three touchdowns. I anticipate an even higher volume of passes will be heading his way on Thursday night, and in my opinion, he will easily surpass the 49.5 receiving-yards line.

The Pick: DeAndre Hopkins Over 49.5 Receiving Yards (-125)

George Pickens

Last Sunday’s game showed us that several factors could prevent Steelers wide receiver George Pickens from having much success on Thursday night. Diontae Johnson has returned to Pittsburgh’s lineup, and he immediately took over as WR1 against Jacksonville, reducing Pickens to just one catch for 22 yards (which was, in fairness, a touchdown).

In addition, the Steelers’ quarterback situation is far from ideal. Even if Kenny Pickett can play, he won't be at full strength. If he can’t go, then the team will be forced to rely on Mitch Trubisky, which is far from an ideal scenario.

I’ll take the under on Pickens, who might bounce back from his one-catch game, but not for 50+ yards this week.

The Pick: George Pickens Under 50.5 Receiving Yards (-110)

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