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The Pittsburgh Steelers (7-8 straight up, 8-6-1 against the spread) and Baltimore Ravens (10-5 SU, 6-8-1 ATS) are booked for a Sunday Night Football showdown in Week 16.

The two teams faced off three weeks ago in unspectacular fashion, with Baltimore winning 16-14. However, there’s a lot more at stake this time around. 

Bettors can wager on not only the game itself but also player props and anytime touchdown scorer bets, and we’ve picked a few that you may want to try out.

Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Baltimore Ravens SNF Odds

The Ravens (between -130 and -144 on the moneyline as of Saturday morning) are 2- to 2.5-point home favorites against a Steelers team that has won four of its last five contests. Bettors can grab the underdog with odds ranging from +110 and +122.

Baltimore hasn’t been the most bettor-friendly team to back this season, going 1-5-1 ATS at home and 4-7 ATS as the favorite. Pittsburgh, on the other hand, is 5-3 ATS on the road and 5-4-1 ATS as the underdog.

59% of moneyline tickets and 47% of spread tickets at DraftKings have been placed on the home team.

The Over/Under total for this AFC North primetime matchup is set between 35 and 35.5 points on legal US sports betting apps, the lowest of any Week 17 contest.

Player Props, TD Scorer Bets for Week 17 SNF

J.K. Dobbins Over 56.5 Rushing Yards (-110, FanDuel)

J.K. Dobbins has resurrected his third season since coming back from an early-season knee injury. After a few unspectacular outings and an injury that sidelined him for two months, Baltimore’s top running back has since gone Over 56.5 yards rushing in each of his three games, including back-to-back 100-plus totals.

Baltimore Ravens running back J.K. Dobbins (27) heads our list of player props and TD scorer bets for Steelers vs. Ravens on Sunday Night Football. (AP Photo/David Richard)

Pittsburgh has one of the best run defenses in the NFL, but it couldn’t stop Dobbins from logging a buck 20 and a touchdown in the first go around.

Dobbins has had to shoulder a bigger workload with Tyler Huntley under center, and it’s no coincidence that his three highest rushing totals on the season have come with Huntley.

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Najee Harris Anytime TD Scorer (+140, BetRivers)

Like Dobbins, Najee Harris has also had a late-season boom. The Steelers’ most versatile and explosive offensive player scored just three times over his first eight appearances, and then scored five times over his last seven appearances.

Bettors can grab Harris’ anytime TD prop at plus money, which is a great price for a player who’s scored in about half of his games.

Baltimore doesn’t give up a lot of points, but it does give up a lot of trips to the red zone (3.3 per contest). Being that he’s scored a third of the team’s touchdowns, Harris should get the first crack at reaching the end zone once the offense enters the red zone.

Also read: Steelers vs. Ravens Odds, Injuries & Prediction | NFL Week 17 Odds

Kenny Pickett Under 0.5 Passing Touchdowns (+180, BetMGM)

Tossing for at least one touchdown isn’t the tallest of tasks for most NFL quarterbacks, though it is for Kenny Pickett. He has failed to throw for one touchdown in six of his 11 games. One of those zero-score games came against Baltimore, where he threw just one pass before leaving the game early.

This bet has a coin flip chance of hitting the Under, but the massive plus-money odds make it a no-brainer.

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