Monday Night Football Betting – Steelers vs. Titans

November 17, 2014 Posted in US Sportsbooks Sites News by No Comments

Monday Night Football Betting - Steelers vs. Titans

Monday Night Football Betting – Steelers vs. Titans, The Pittsburgh Steelers will square off against The Tennessee Titans at The LP Field, in Nashville, Tennessee on Monday, November 17, 2014.

Both teams are coming off of a loss from week ten but The Tennessee Titans need this win if they want to get a chance to get to the NFL betting playoffs. The Tennessee Titans have lost the last three games in a row and will be looking to take advantage of their home field advantage. The Monday Night Football Betting kicks off at 8:30 PM EST and will be broadcast on ESPN.

Monday Night Football Betting Odds

Some of the USA online Sportsbooks opened up with The Pittsburgh Steelers laying four points on The Tennessee Titans. The best USA online and mobile Offshore Sportsbooks currently have The Pittsburgh Steelers laying as much as nine points on The Tennessee Titans and The Pittsburgh Steelers listed at – 255 on the moneyline. The Monday Night Football Betting fans that wager the over/under are currently seeing the total listed at forty-five points.

NFL Sportsbook Betting Predictions

The best USA online, mobile and live betting Premium Sportsbooks handicappers have predicted that The Pittsburgh Steelers will be victorious in Monday Night Football Betting action. For more free picks and predictions take a look at

NFL Sportsbook Betting Preview & Statistics

The Pittsburgh Steelers are currently sitting in third place in The AFC Northern Division with a 6-4 record this NFL betting season. The Pittsburgh Steelers were on a three game winning steak until last week, when they lost 20-13 against The New York Jets.

The Tennessee Titans are sitting in third place in The AFC Southern Division with a 2-7 record on the pro football-betting season. The Tennessee Titans are on a terrible losing streak. The lost the last three game against The Washington Redskins, Houston Texans, and The Baltimore Ravens. Top

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