Bengals vs. Steelers: Odds, Point Spread & Over-Under

Le'Veon Bell is fourth in the NFL in rushing, even after missing two games due to suspension. (Getty)

Le’Veon Bell is fourth in the NFL in rushing, even after missing two games due to suspension. (Getty)

Editor’s note: The odds below are courtesy of Heavy’s partners at OddsShark. Click here for more odds and betting info at OddsShark.com.

The spotlight turns to the AFC North this week, as the 6-0 Bengals return from the bye week to meet the Steelers, who are hoping to see the return of Ben Roethlisberger for the first time since Week 3.

Roethlisberger practiced last week, but was declared inactive just a few hours before the Steelers 23-13 loss to the Chiefs. Landry Jones made his first career start, and turned the ball over three times.

With the return of Roethlisberger, the Steelers skill positions will finally return to full strength. He, as well as Le’Veon Bell and Martavis Bryant, have all missed time during the season and have yet to all be on the field together. It could come at the perfect time, as Sunday could end up being a shootout. The Bengals average over 30 points per game this season, and both teams rank in the bottom third of the league in pass defense.

Here’s a look at all the betting info for this matchup, courtesy of OddsShark.com:


Game Info

A healthy AJ Green has the Bengals offense clicking. (Getty)

A healthy AJ Green has the Bengals offense clicking. (Getty)

Line: Cincinnati (-1)

Moneyline: Cincinnati (-120), Pittsburgh (+100)

Over/Under: 48.5

Trend to Know: Pittsburgh is 8-2 ATS & SU in the last 10 games vs. Cincinnati


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