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Special Offer: Sunday ‘Steelers’ & It’s Always Scoring in Philadelphia from DraftKings (2019)

by December 5, 2019

Pennsylvania bettors are in for a treat this weekend as the good folks over at DraftKings are back with another incredible promotion for NFL Week 14. When the Steelers take on the Cardinals Sunday, new users who make a moneyline bet on the Steelers to win will get $5 for every turnover they force! While that alone should be profitable given the Steelers nasty defense, DraftKings is offering an even better deal for the Steelers’ cross-state rival. This Monday night only, when new users make a moneyline bet on the Eagles to win, they will get $6 for every touchdown they score! As the Eagles look to bounce back from one of their worst losses of the season, that should also be a profitable endeavor behind Wentz and company.

As always, Pennsylvania sports bettors can place their bets on the app via iOS and Android, as well as online. Let’s take a closer look at the eligible games going down this week.

Who’s playing?

Pittsburgh Steelers (-2.5, 43.5 O/U) at Arizona Cardinals (4:25 PM EST) (DraftKings)
These two last played in 2015, a win in Pittsburgh with rosters and coaching staffs that looked significantly different. For the Steelers, the injury bug has bitten harder than it has for almost any team in the league as they have been forced to play much of the season without their starting quarterback, running back, and wide receiver. In Arizona, the rookie combo of head coach Kliff Kingsbury and quarterback Kyler Murray has shown flashes this season but has yet to put together a string of notable wins.

New York Giants (-10, 46 O/U) at Philadelphia Eagles (Monday, 8:15 PM EST) (DraftKings)
Despite losing three straight and sitting at just 5-7, the Eagles are still very much alive in an NFC East that seemingly no one wants to win. For the Giants, Eli Manning makes his return to the starting lineup following an injury to rookie Daniel Jones, who has shown signs of athleticism and size, but little else. Things are getting desperate in New York, and I expect them to get worse before they get better.


TJ Perun is a featured writer at BettingPros. For more from TJ, check out his archive and follow him @JohnnyCovers.