Steelers vs Rams Week 7 Opening Odds Provide Hope for Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh is only a 3-point underdog on the road at one of the better teams in the NFC

The Steelers have won three of their past four games and oddsmakers are buying into their success!

Pittsburgh is just a 3-point underdog on the road at the Los Angeles Rams this weekend – a team with the 10th-best point differential in the NFL.

Let’s explore these opening odds a little further to find some betting value (and learn how to earn a no-sweat bet worth up to $1,000)!

Steelers vs Rams Week 7 Opening Odds

The Steelers (3-2) have suffered a pair of blowout losses, but have otherwise played relatively complete games against solid competition with wins over the Browns, Raiders and Ravens. 

Los Angeles (3-3) has a slightly worse record than Pittsburgh, but its losses have come to teams that made deep playoff runs last season – San Francisco, Cincinnati and Philadelphia.

If you think the Steelers can win this matchup straight up, you can bet on them at +143 odds! 

A better bet to make might be on under 43 total points. 

Pittsburgh is 30th in the NFL averaging 15.8 points per game and a surprisingly solid Rams defense has allowed just 19.5 points per game this season. 

The Steelers have scored 20+ points in just two games this season – topping out in a 26-22 win over Cleveland – and the Rams have held opponents to 23 points or less in five of six games. 

When you also consider that Pittsburgh’s defense is only allowing 22 points per game and is also tied for second in the NFL in takeaways per game, it wouldn’t be a surprise to see this game turn into a race to 20 points. 

You might have to sweat out the outcome of this game for the sake of your Steelers, but not your bankroll! 

All you have to do is sign up with Caesars Sportsbook, use the promo code FSNFL1000 and then deposit $10 or more. Then, your first bet will be backed by the house (and returned as bonus bets) if you lose for up to $1,000!

Game odds refresh periodically and are subject to change.