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Browns-Steelers total opens at 46.5

by Mike Spector | Steelers Correspondent |
Mon, Jan 4th 11:50am EST

The over/under for the Wild Card round game between the Cleveland Browns and Pittsburgh Steelers opened at 46.5 points, per BettingPros consensus odds.

Betting Impact:

The 46.5 point total is tied for the second-lowest of the six Wild Card round games. As divisional opponents, the Browns and Steelers met twice in the regular season, with those games seeing a combined 45 and 46 points scored respectively. Thus, the projected 46.5 point total is on par with the two regular season outcomes, despite the fact that Pittsburgh rested Ben Roethlisberger and a number of other key starters in their game against the Browns last week. Both teams were slightly profitable to the over in the regular season. Cleveland's over/under record was 9-7 while Pittsburgh had an over/under record of 8-7-1.

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