Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Buffalo Bills Pick Prediction NFL Pro Football Odds Preview 11-10-2013

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The Buffalo Bills will be the road team when they travel to face the Pittsburgh Steelers in an NFL pro football game set for Sunday afternoon.

Kick off time from Pittsburgh is set for 1PM Eastern Time with national television coverage provided by CBS TV.


The betting odds from this week ten NFL contest has the home side Pittsburgh Steelers favored by –4 points with the total lined at 41 points. Bettors playing on the Steelers on the money line will lay –200 odds with the return on the underdog Bills at +170 odds on the money line.

Buffalo has lost two straight and four of five games after a 23-13 home defeat to the Kansas City Chiefs last week as a +4 ½ point betting odds underdog. The game total finished at under 40 ½ points. The Bills were up 10-3 at the half they get outscored 20-3 in the second by the Chiefs.

The team was able to gain 370 yards of offense with 241 running on 38 carries. Jeff Tuel hit on 18 of 39 passes for 229 yards with a touchdown and two picks. On pick was returned for a 100 yard interception return for the Chiefs. Thaddeus Lewis is questionable under center with a rib injury. C.J. Spiller had 12 rushes for 116 yards. On defense the team gave up 200 yards to Kanas City with only 115 yards to their passing attack.

Pittsburgh has lost two straight to go to 2-6 on the season following a 55-31 road loss to the New England Patriots as a +5 ½ point betting underdog. The game landed at over 42 ½ points. It was a 24-24 tied in the third quarter than the Steelers get outscored 31-7 the rest of the way.

The Steelers were able to amass 479 yards with 108 from their run game on 20 carries. Ben Roethlisberger hit on 28 of 48 passes for 400 yards with four touchdowns and two picks. The team scored a touchdown three of four times inside the red zone. On defense Pittsburgh allowed the Patriots offense 610 yards with 413 passing yards and four touchdown passes by Tom Brady.

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