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NFL  |  Jan 22, 2017
Steelers vs. Patriots
Total
50 -115
  at  BMAKER
in 4d

Play - Patriots-Steelers OVER. 

Edges - Patriots: 10-3-1 OVER last 14 home playoff games… Steelers: 16-6-1 OVER last 23 playoff games; and 8-4 OVER last 12 games in this series. With NFL Championship round games having gone 10-5-1 OVER in games with a posted total of more than 46 points, we recommend a 1* play on the OVER total in this game.

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NFL  |  Jan 22, 2017
Steelers vs. Patriots
Total
51 -110
  at  BOVADA
in 4d

1* Free Play UNDER Steelers/Patriots.

What more can be said about these two teams which hasn’t literally been said a million times at this point. The Steelers and Patriots are both very familiar to the postseason over the last ten years. New England is led by QB Tom Brady and Pittsburgh is led by Ben Roethlisberger. These are two of the most capable QB’s in NFL history. Last week the Steelers held on for an 18-16 road win in Kansas City. Roethlisberger had 224 yards and zero TD’s. RB Le’Veon Bell had 170 rushing yards. Note that Pittsburgh scored an average of 24.9 PPG in the regular season to rank the team 11th overall. Pittsburgh looked great defensively in the win over the Chiefs, holding them to just 227 total yards. The Patriots pulled away for a 34-16 win over the Texans last weekend. While New England was third overall on offense with an average of 27.6 PPG, it was its defense which was the difference maker this year, finishing No. 1 in allowing 15.6 PPG. The bottom line is, we’re expecting more of a “chess match,” where field position ends up playing a big part in the final outcome. The Steelers had a difficult time against the Chiefs on the road, but now face the top defense in the league. This number is just a little bit high in our opinion, consider a second look at the UNDER in the AFC Championship game.

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