The Buffalo Bills and Pittsburgh Steelers will face-off in Week 2 of the NFL preseason in a game between two teams who won their preseason debut.
The Bills took down the Colts by a final score of 23-19, while the Steelers handled the Tampa Bay Buccaneers with ease, beating them 27-17.
Someone's (preseason) "0" has got to go. Let's take a look at the odds for the game and then I'll break down which side I'm betting on.
Bills vs. Steelers odds, spread, and total
Bills vs. Steelers prediction and pick
Instead of backing a side in this game, I'm looking at the total and I'm going to back the OVER instead. I expect plenty of points in this game.
The Steelers put up 27 points in their first game against the Buccaneers, and their quarterbacks looks fantastic. Kenny Picket went 6-for-7 for 70 yards and a touchdown.
Meanwhile, the Bills also looked great on offense against the Colts. There's no word whether or not Josh Allen will play against the Steelers, but Matt Barkley completed 14-of-15 passes for 172 yards and two touchdowns in his place.
Both these coaches like to win in exhibition games, which should lead ot plenty of points on both sides. Mike Tomlin has a 38-24 record in the preseason in his career and Sean McDermott is 13-6.
Let's sit back and root for points in this preseason interconference exhibition matchup.
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