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The Week 3 Sunday Night Football battle between Pittsburgh and Las Vegas pits two teams with a historic rivalry that includes dominant runs by both in the late ‘70s and early ‘80s.

The 1-1 Steelers are coming off a wild win over the Browns on Monday Night Football, while the 1-1 Raiders were blown out on the road in Buffalo in Week 2. 


Let’s analyze the Steelers vs. Raiders odds, props, and a prediction.

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Steelers vs. Raiders Spread, Moneyline, Total

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Steelers vs. Raiders Betting News

The Raiders are slight favorites in their first home game of the year at Allegiant Stadium. These teams, who both have a close win and a one-sided loss through two weeks, are longshots to win the Super Bowl, and they’re also underdogs in the AFC futures market.

The Steelers are to win the Super Bowl and to win the AFC. The Raiders’ Super Bowl () and AFC () are much longer.

In the AFC North, despite their Week 2 win over the Browns and the Bengals’ 0-2 start, the Steelers still have the longest odds to win the division at The Raiders are to win the AFC West, just ahead of the Broncos but well behind the heavily favored Chiefs and the Chargers .

These teams are both projected to finish around .500 — the Raiders’ regular season win total is , compared to the Steelers at .

Both Mike Tomlin’s Steelers and Josh McDaniels’ Raiders are 1-1 ATS this season. In 2022, Pittsburgh went 10-6-1 ATS, while the Raiders were 8-9 ATS.

Steelers vs. Raiders Props




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1st Half (FanDuel)

  • Steelers: +1.5 (-130), Moneyline (+104)
  • Raiders: -1.5 (+110), Moneyline (-128)

Steelers vs. Raiders Analysis and Prediction

The Raiders opened the season with a road win over the AFC West rival Broncos but struggled in Week 2 against Buffalo. On the road against the Bills, Las Vegas fell behind 21-10 at halftime and were outscored 17-0 the rest of the way en route to a 38-10 loss. The Raiders allowed Buffalo to control time of possession with a balanced attack, as Josh Allen and the Bills’ offense piled up 29 first downs, over 180 yards rushing, and 274 yards through the air. After losing the total yardage battle 450-240 and committing three turnovers while not forcing any by Buffalo, the Raiders did not have any positives to take away from Week 2.

The Steelers are hoping for a repeat of the dominant defensive effort that allowed them to beat Cleveland on a night when the offense accounted for just 12 points: one touchdown (and missed extra point), and two field goals. Pittsburgh beat the Browns thanks to a pair of defensive touchdowns: a first-quarter pick-six by Alex Highsmith and the go-ahead score with 6:58 remaining on a scoop-and-score by T.J. Watt. Those were two of four turnovers forced by the Watt-led defense, which also recorded six sacks.

Neither offense in this matchup has shown much through two weeks. But the Steelers’ D will be by far the best unit on the field on Sunday night, and that will be enough for Pittsburgh to move to 2-1. The Raiders entered the season facing questions about QB Jimmy Garoppolo, who has been solid. But Las Vegas won’t win many games with RB Josh Jacobs struggling the way he has (28 carries for just 46 yards on the year).

Especially against a Pittsburgh D-line that proved on Monday night how dominant it can be — even without veteran tackle Cam Heyward — expect the Vegas offense to come up short in a low-scoring affair (not unlike last year’s 13-10 Steelers’ victory over the Raiders in December).

PICK: Steelers Moneyline

How to Watch Steelers vs. Raiders

  • Date: Sunday, Sept. 24, 2023
  • Time: 8:20 p.m. ET
  • Location: Allegiant Stadium — Las Vegas, NV
  • Network: NBC
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Tyler Everett

Tyler Everett

Tyler Everett has been a sports writer since joining the student newspaper at his alma mater, NC State, back in 2008. He's covered sports and sports business for a number of newspapers and websites, including the Denver Broncos, Charlotte Observer, High Press Soccer, and Sports Business Journal, where he currently works full-time.

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