The Pittsburgh Steelers (6-0) head to M&T Bank Stadium in Week 8 to face the AFC North rival Baltimore Ravens (5-1) for the first time this season. The Ravens open as the betting favorites over the undefeated Steelers. Below, we take a look at the early Week 8 betting odds and lines at BetMGM Sportsbook.
The Steelers are the NFL’s final undefeated team of 2020 following their 27-24 road win over the Tennessee Titans in Week 7. Pittsburgh took a 24-7 lead into halftime and survived the Titans’ late comeback bid. QB Ben Roethlisberger completed 32 of 49 pass attempts for 268 yards and two touchdowns but threw three interceptions.
The Ravens come off a Week 7 bye which followed their 30-28 road win over the Philadelphia Eagles in Week 6. Reigning MVP QB Lamar Jackson has thrown for 10 touchdowns against two interceptions and has rushed for 346 yards and two touchdowns through six games. The Ravens have won three straight games after losing 34-20 against the Kansas City Chiefs in Week 3.
Steelers at Ravens betting odds, spread and line
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A winning bet on the underdog Steelers almost doubles your investment at the +175 odds. They have an implied win probability of 36.36%, 7/4 fractional odds and 2.75 decimal odds. They’ll need to stay within 4 points in a loss or win outright in order to cover the spread.
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The Ravens need to win by at least 6 points to cover their side of the spread. Their -209 money line odds represent an implied win probability of 67.64% with 89/186 fractional odds.
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