Steelers vs. Browns TNF Props and TD Scorer Bets: AFC North Rivals Ready For Primetime Stage

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The Cleveland Browns host the Pittsburgh Steelers on Thursday night of NFL Week 3, renewing a heated AFC North rivalry. Sportsbooks offer all the lines and odds bettors may want, including Steelers vs. Browns props and touchdown scorer bets.

We’re selecting a few Steelers vs. Browns player props and touchdown scorers to consider for Thursday night’s contest. NFL odds peg this as a low-scoring affair, and neither roster is built for an explosive shootout. We’re keeping this in mind as we weigh Overs, Unders, and potential touchdown scorers.

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Steelers vs. Browns Betting Lines

Here are the latest betting lines for Thursday night’s Steelers vs. Browns showdown at the industry’s top sportsbooks and betting apps.

PIT Steelers vs CLE Browns Odds NFL Odds

NFL · Thu (9/22) @ 8:15pm ET

PIT Steelers at CLE Browns
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Steelers vs. Browns Props & Touchdown Scorers

Mitchell Trubisky Under 207.5 Passing Yards (-115, DraftKings)

Trubisky is averaging a modest 35.5 pass attempts through two games and a paltry 5.1 yards-per-attempt average. It’s possible we see this Steelers offensive jell later in the season — prompted by a quarterback change, perhaps. But for now, it’s death by 1,000 papercuts. Trubisky hitting the Over calls for improved efficiency and/or a significant increase in volume. The chance of either of those occurring doesn’t feel promising, especially on a short week.

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Jacoby Brissett Over 0.5 Interceptions (+108, Caesars)

While the offense has left a lot to be desired, the Steelers defense is making life tough on opposing offenses. The unit harassed Joe Burrow into three interceptions in Week 1 and held the New England Patriots to 17 points in Week 2. Brissett isn’t particularly careless with the football, evidenced by his career 1.4% interception rate. We’re talking about plus-money for only one interception, though, and there are so many things that can happen even beyond the defense earning the takeaway. Thursday night games are often sloppy, choppy affairs that lack offensive rhythm. Those factors add to the likelihood of a Brissett pass finding the hands of a Pittsburgh defender.

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George Pickens Anytime TD (+320, Caesars)

Pickens to score is a longshot bet, but an intriguing consideration nonetheless. Conventional wisdom suggests Thursday night’s contest will be a low-scoring affair, so it’s fair to anticipate a max of two scores from Pittsburgh. Pickens has only six targets on the season, but he was the star of camp, and his snaps and snap percentage increased from Week 1 to Week 2. Neither Diontae Johnson nor Chase Claypool is establishing himself as a difference-maker in the pass game, so the door appears to be open for Pickens to enjoy a mini coming out party, perhaps sooner than later.

Kareem Hunt Anytime TD (+150, Caesars)

Perhaps Nick Chubb (-145) is the more obvious selection, especially after three scores last week. However, Hunt has demonstrated an ability to find the paint as a runner and receiver. He’s received 15 touches apiece in each of the first two games. That’s not monster volume by any stretch, but Hunt does have big play ability, and a nose for the end zone.

Najee Harris Over 77.5 Rushing + Receiving Yards (-125, DraftKings)

Harris will have to win on volume, as his efficiency leaves a lot to be desired. That may not be too problematic, since volume has generally been a constant in the early portion of Harris’ career. He received 20 touches in Week 2 despite suffering a minor foot injury in Week 1. Harris received 29 and 31 touches in two contests against the Browns last season, averaging 163 total yards across them. He doesn’t look primed to repeat his 28-carry, 188-yard Week 17 outburst, but we’re only asking him for 78 total yards.

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Craig Williams

Craig Williams

Craig Williams is a Charlotte-based writer for Gaming Today, who has worked professionally in the gaming, fantasy sports, and sports business industries. He’s an avid fantasy football player, managing over 100 leagues across multiple formats. When he’s not pouring over Vegas odds and statistics, he’s indulging in soccer and enjoys anything from LigaMX to Champions League.

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