Titans vs Steelers Live Stream NFL Football Week 11: Watch The Thursday Night Football between Tennessee Titans vs. Pittsburgh Steelers Live Stream Online, Live Update, Odds, Start Time, Game Time, Preview, Team News and TV Info.
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Date: November 16
Start Time: 8:00 p.m. ET
Heinz Field, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
TV Info: CBS,ESPN
The Pittsburgh Steelers are regarded highly enough to be favored by a touchdown or more five times already this season, but they’re also just 1-4 against the spread in those contests. Can the Steelers cover a touchdown against the Tennessee Titans on Thursday night at Heinz Field?
NFL point spread: The Steelers opened as seven-point favorites; the total was 43.5 early in the week, according to sportsbooks monitored by OddsShark (line updates and matchup report).
NFL betting pick, via OddsShark computer: 31.5-10.2 Steelers (NFL picks on every game).
Marcus Mariota and the Tennessee Titans have won four consecutive games, their longest win streak since 2009. The Titans will attempt to extend their winning streak against the tough Pittsburgh Steelers on Thursday Night Football (5:25 p.m. PT/8:25 p.m. ET, KGW-8, NBC, NFL Network).
The Titans ride a four-game winning streak into Thursday night, following their 24-20 victory over Cincinnati last week. Tennessee led the Bengals early 7-0 and 14-6, fell down 20-17 in the fourth quarter but immediately drove 73 yards and won the game on a short Marcus Mariota-to-DeMarco Murray touchdown connection with 30 seconds left.
On the afternoon, the Titans outgained Cincinnati 416-308, outrushed the Bengals 180-53 and dominated time of possession by a 40-20 margin. But two Tennessee turnovers basically cost them 14 points, which helped keep Cincy in the game.
For the season, the Titans are outrushing opponents by a per-game average of 125-92. And at 6-3 overall, Tennessee would be the No. 4 seed in the AFC if the playoffs started today.
The Steelers also own a four-game winning streak, after rallying to beat Indianapolis last week 20-17. Pittsburgh fell down to the Colts 10-0 in the second quarter and trailed 17-3 midway through the third. But the Steelers then ended the game with a 17-0 run, winning it on a short Chris Boswell field goal at the buzzer.
On the day, Pittsburgh only came up with 310 yards of offense but held Indianapolis to 267. So the Steelers have outgained five of their last six opponents, and they have outrushed their last four foes in a row.
At 7-2 overall and 5-1 in conference play, Pittsburgh would be the No. 1 seed in the AFC if the playoffs started today. On top of that, the Steelers get five of their final seven games at home.