2. Baltimore Ravens to score over 20.5 points
When you think of the Baltimore Ravens and the Pittsburgh Steelers, you usually think of the defensive game that ends in a 16-13 final score and the final Justin Tucker and Chris Boswell kick attempt deciding things. However, the Pittsburgh Steelers' defense is not quite in that same spot.
With Patrick Peterson and Levi Wallace in the secondary, teams can expose them. Beyond that, old and washed-up players like Keanu Neal and Kwon Alexander get snaps for them. There are holes to be found in this defense.
Lamar Jackson is still adjusting to his new scheme, but he started to find Mark Andrews last week. This week, one of Odell Beckham, Rashod Bateman, or both will be adding a new layer to the group. As we noted, the Ravens also should have some success rushing the football.
The Steelers have given up more than 20 points in three games, and they gave up 18 to the Las Vegas Raiders in the other. Look for Lamar Jackson to keep scoring and the Ravens to put it up on the Steelers.