Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Cleveland Browns Week 8 Betting Odds: Steelers Small Underdogs In Big AFC North Battle

Written By Katie Kohler on October 26, 2021
Steelers vs. Browns Week 8 betting odds

The Pittsburgh Steelers rode a two-game winning streak into their Week 7 bye. They face a crucial midseason AFC North test in Week 8 when they visit the Cleveland Browns. The Steelers (3-3) sit in last place in the division and the Browns are ahead of them at 4-3. The surprising Bengals (5-2) and Ravens (5-2) lead a competitive AFC North.

Baker Mayfield missed the Browns Week 7 Thursday night game against the Denver Broncos with a left shoulder injury. Journeyman quarterback Case Keenum got the start against the Broncos and the Browns pulled out a 17-14 win. As of early in the week, Mayfield’s status for Week 8 is still uncertain.

Sports betting apps opened with the Steelers as 3.5-point underdogs with the total points line at 42.

Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Cleveland Browns Week 8 betting lines

Week 8 lines for Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Cleveland Browns

Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Cleveland Browns betting preview

Betting preview from DraftKings

  • The Browns have a 63% win probability.
  • The Steelers are 2-4 ATS; Browns 4-3 ATS
  • Steelers O/U record 1-5; Browns O/U record 4-3
  • Steelers avg. points for 19.5; Browns avg. points for 24.7
  • Steelers avg. points against 22; Browns avg. points against 23.6
  • The Steelers have won seven of their last 8 games in October.
  • The Browns have failed to cover the spread in eight of their last nine games against AFC North opponents.
  • Five of the Steelers’ last six games have gone under the total points line.

Promos at sportsbooks for NFL Week 8

DraftKings

  • Bet $1 and get $150: New users who bet $1+ on any NFL or college football game get $150 in free bets
  • Risk-free same game parlay: Place a same game parlay and if your bet loses, DraftKings will refund you a free bet up to $25.

BetMGM

  • Risk-free first bet up to $1,000: For new customers, if your first bet loses, you’ll get the amount of your wager up to $1,000 back in free bets.
  • Risk free touchdown bet: Place a prop bet on a player to score the first touchdown of any NFL game and get up to $25 in free bets if your wager loses.
  • One game parlay insurance: Opt in and place a one game parlay wager with four legs or more. If one leg loses, you get up to $25 back.

Promos at FanDuel Sportsbook PA

  • $1,000 risk free: New sportsbook users get up to a $1,00 refund in site credit if they lose their first bet.
  • Same Game Parlay: Place a 3+ leg same game parlay wager on any NFL game and if your bet loses, get a refund in site credit (max $10.)

Pittsburgh Steelers 2021/2022 odds tracker

FanDuel put the Steelers win total at 8.5 in the expanded 17-game season and +170 for them to make the playoffs.

Pittsburgh Steelers 2021 odds tracker

 PreseasonWeek 1
(1-0)
Week 2
(1-1)
Week 3
(1-2
Week 4
(1-3)
Week 5
(2-3)
Week 7
(3-3)
Week 8
(4-3)
Week 9
(5-3)
Week 10
(5-3-1)
Week 11
(5-4-1)
Week 12
(5-5-1)
Week 13
(6-5-1)
Week 14
6-6-1
Super Bowl+4500+3500+5000+10000+15000+15000+10000+5000+5000+8000+10000+15000+10000+20000
AFC Winner+2500+2000+2500+5000+6500+6000+5000+2500+2000+5600+10000+5000+8000
AFC North+500+310+600+1400+2000+1400+1500+650+450+650+1000+3000+1400+1200

Najee Harris Rookie of the Year odds tracker

 JulyPreseasonAfter Week 1After Week 2After Week 3After Week 4After Week 7After Week 9After Week 11After Week 12After Week 14
Najee Harris ROY odds +500+850+650+800+1600+1200+800+800+1200+5000+10000

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Katie Kohler is a Philadelphia-area based award-winning journalist and Managing Editor at PlayPennsylvania. Katie especially enjoys creating unique content and on-the-ground reporting in PA. She is focused on creating valuable, timely content about casinos and sports betting for readers. Katie has covered the legal Pennsylvania gambling industry for Catena Media since 2019.

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