Are you ready for Sunday Night Football? We certainly are, as we’ll get to watch the Seattle Seahawks take on the Pittsburgh Steelers in what should be a very entertaining matchup. We’ll take a look at how the two franchises are faring so far, as well as sharing our latest NFL betting tips just for you!
It’s been an up-and-down season so far for the Seattle Seahawks, who find themselves 2-3 on the year after five weeks. In the opening weekend, Seattle were able to beat the Indianapolis Colts, before losing back-to-back games against the Tennessee Titans & Minnesota Vikings. As well as that, the Seahawks have a 1-1 divisional record, beating the 49ers, but losing to the Rams in their latest game. A huge blow to the franchise is that franchise QB Russell Wilson has been ruled out of action for a number of weeks.
Meanwhile, it’s been a similar story for the Pittsburgh Steelers, who are also 2-3 heading into week 6. The Steelers surprised many when they beat the Buffalo Bills in the opening weekend, but three losses on the bounce following their triumph in week 1 brought Pittsburgh back down to Earth. However, in their latest game of the season, Pittsburgh put in an impressive performance against a tough Denver Broncos defense, and came out 27-19 winners. Now, they must go up against the Seattle Seahawks on Prime Time!
With Russell Wilson out for the Seahawks on the road, backup QB Geno Smith will start for the Seahawks. We are predicting that there will be a total of at least 6 touchdowns combined on Sunday Night. Both offenses will look to their weapons to score, and we think it’s likely that at least 6 is very likely!
FanDuel are offering some rather generous odds when it comes to total touchdowns for Sunday Night Football. Bet on a total of 6+ TDs at odds of +210 - make the most of it today!
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