Best Tweets from the Undefeated Pittsburgh Steelers Week 6 Win vs. the Browns

Posted on October 19, 2020 - Last Updated on October 20, 2020

The Pittsburgh Steelers dismantled the Cleveland Browns 38-7 in an AFC North showdown. The Steelers moved to 5-0 for the first time since 1978. Some Black and Yellow faithful might remember that squad. They opened their season with seven straight wins, finished 14-2 and beat the Dallas Cowboys in Super Bowl XIII. Happy memories.

The current iteration of the Steelers has been good to bettors (4-1 ATS) and has its fan base stoked. That’s what happens when you are one of three remaining undefeated teams in the NFL. The Steelers will face off with the one other AFC unbeaten on Sunday when they visit the Tennessee Titans. Although things have been sunny for the Steelers, on Sunday they lost linebacker/defensive play caller Devin Bush for the year with a torn ACL.

Opening lines from the PA online sportsbooks have the Steelers as 1.5-point favorites against the Titans.

Road favorites against the team that lost in the AFC Championship last year? Hey, it’s no wonder Steelers Twitter is excited.

Browns vs. Steelers Week 6 betting review

By kickoff at FanDuel, the Steelers were favored by 3. Here is a breakdown of the public betting splits.

  • 75% of the money on the Steelers to cover the Spread
  • 54% of the money on the Steelers on the Moneyline
  • 82% of the money on the OVER (50)

A Pennsylvania PlaySugarHouse bettor wagered $10,000 on the Steelers -(180) ML. It was the largest winning bet of the 1 p.m. games with a payout of $17,050.

Steelers stunt on Browns

Steelers Twitter undefeated and loving it

Comedian and Pittsburgh native Anthony Jeselnik’s new pup may be the Steelers good luck charm.

Lead image via Anthony Jeselnik twitter page.

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