Steelers Need Victory to Stay Alive – November 2


It’s only the beginning of November, but the Pittsburgh Steelers need a win on Thursday Night Football to keep their postseason hopes alive. The Steelers are currently 4-3 and trail the AFC North-leading Baltimore Ravens (6-2) by two games. If history is any indication, Pittsburgh should add another W in the win column tonight. Will Sports Hub’s experts buy into these historical trends?

Steelers Need Victory to Stay Alive
The Steelers have won four straight against the Titans

Whatever our Sports Hub handicappers are doing, it’s working. Our top-5 cappers over the first two months of the season are all SportsHub exclusive handicappers. And, they all have winning percentages of 60 percent or higher and have added at least $700 to their bankrolls. If you are planning to bet on the Steelers or Titans tonight, let Sports Hub help you make your final decision.

Steelers Have Owned Tennessee

What is very interesting heading into tonight’s game is that the Steelers have dominated the Titans for the last 20 years. Pittsburgh and Tennessee have not played each that often since they are in different divisions in the AFC. However, in their 11 games since 2003, the Steelers are 8-3 straight up. Over the last 10 years, the two teams have played four times. The Steelers have won all four!

Pittsburgh has also fared well in primetime games recently. The Steelers have won their last five straight games under the lights and they are 5-1 ATS in their last six. As challenged as the Steelers may be, they are 8-3 both SU and ATS in their last 11 games. What has powered that run is a defense that can score. In the Steelers first primetime game this season, the defense scored twice as Pittsburgh beat Cleveland 26-22.

The Steelers will face Tennessee rookie quarterback Will Levis tonight. Levis started last week in place of starter Ryan Tannehill, who is injured. Levis became the third quarterback in NFL history to throw four touchdown passes in his debut. Tennessee scored 28 points, its highest since 2021, and upset Atlanta as 2.5-point underdogs. Can the Titans win on the road in Pittsburgh? The Steelers are 5-1 against Tennessee when playing in Pittsburgh.

Our Experts Shine Again

William Taylor was the Sports Hub guru last night nailing all of his picks and topping the leaderboard in winnings. After him, two more Sports Hub experts were perfect, and two more rounded out the top-5. When I talk about how good our handicappers are, I’m not just blowing smoke. 

Steelers Need Victory to Stay Alive
Does William Taylor like the Steelers tonight?

Day after day, the best handicappers are here at Sports Hub. They are the big reason why Sports Hub is becoming the go-to source for sports picks. In addition to the top handicappers in the world, our computer picks and free picks win consistently too. All of these are accessible with a Sports Hub membership.

So, just how good were our cappers yesterday? Let’s find out.

  • Top dog: As mentioned, William Taylor was No. 1 on the leaderboard yesterday. He was a perfect 4-0 and added $400 to his bankroll. It’s been a nice three-day tear for William, who has correctly predicted 8 of 11 picks. 
  • We went 3-0: Not one, but two Sports Hub experts turned in 3-0 days. Both Al Grant and Dan Jones won $300 on their picks yesterday. Al is actually one of our top NBA cappers right now and he hit three basketball picks last night. Over the last seven days, Al is 12-6 and has added $495 to his bankroll. Two of Dan’s picks were on the NBA.
  • Old school Sal: Good ole Sal Lombardi continues his winning ways. Sal put in 10 picks yesterday and went 6-4. He ended up $298 to the good after hitting all four of his NHL picks. Remember, Sal is one of our leading NHL experts here at Sports Hub. Over the last seven days, Sal has earned $1063 on his NHL picks!
  • Rounding out the top-5: That would be the new guy, Randall Dickelman. He put in a whopping 14 picks yesterday and ended up going 9-5. Even better, he earned $237 to add to his bankroll. Like Sal, Randall is an NHL expert here at SportsHub. Over the last seven days, he is right behind Sal on the leaderboard. Randall is 34-22 and has winnings of $790 over the last week!

Rangers Win the World Series

Baseball is finally over. The Texas Rangers were held hitless and scoreless for six innings before they finally got to Arizona ace Zac Gallen. That was the big news from Wednesday. And then just like that, the odds are out for next year’s World Series champion. The Atlanta Braves are the favorite once again. 

A basketball legend passed away yesterday and the Lakers were finally able to beat their crosstown rival, the Clippers last night. 

What’s trending in sports? 

  • World Series champions: The Rangers broke through in the seventh inning and ended up beating Arizona 5-0 to win the franchise’s first World Series title. Texas pitcher Nathan Eovaldi pitched six innings, gave up four hits, and held Arizona scoreless. Eovaldi picked up the win to go 5-0 this postseason, tying a MLB record for the most wins in the playoffs.
  • Another World Series MVP: Corey Seager won a World Series MVP with the Dodgers in 2020. He hit .286 with three home runs and six RBIs to win a second World Series MVP for Texas. Seager joins some pretty elite company. Only three other MLB players have won two World Series MVPs – Bob Gibson, Sandy Koufax, and Reggie Jackson.
Steelers Need Victory to Stay Alive
Seager was the World Series MVP
  • Legendary hoops coach passes away: Basketball lost a legend. Love him or hate him, Bobby Knight was one of the most successful coaches ever in college basketball. Knight won 902 games, which was the NCAA record when he retired. It is currently fifth all-time. Knight was known for his brash personality and maybe best known for throwing a chair onto the court during a game between his Indiana Hoosiers and Purdue. 
  • Becoming a legend: Bruce Bochy was enjoying retirement when he got a call from the Texas Rangers. A year later, Bochy is the sixth MLB manager to win four World Series championships. The other five – Casey Stengel, Joe McCarthy, Connie Mack, Walter Alston, and Joe Torre – are all in the Baseball Hall of Fame.

Steelers-Titans Head Up Thursday Sports Schedule

The Steelers-Titans game already has about a dozen picks in our database. There will be more throughout the day. Keep an eye on that and make sure to check it out before you place your bets. 

Thursday night football isn’t the only thing on the schedule today. There is a lot of action tonight in a variety of sports. Bettors should have no problem finding value in something today. If you need help, Sports Hub is here to assist. There are dozens of picks in our system already with more to come. 

Here’s what’s on tap today.

  1. Steelers on TNF: It’s Thursday night. Do you know where your sports bettors are? They’re at the window laying down their wagers using picks from the experts at Sports Hub. The Steelers take on the Titans and rookie QB Will Levis. Can Tennessee break the Steelers dominance of the Titans?
  2. Thursday night college football: It’s an all-Texas Big 12 matchup between TCU and Texas Tech in Lubbock. Wake Forest (4-4) is at Duke, which has lost three of its last four games after starting the season 5-0. Troy (6-2) hosts South Alabama (4-4) in a Sun Belt clash. The Trojans are 3-1 in the conference and control their destiny in the West Division. Check our database for Thursday night college football picks.
  3. NBA: There are four games tonight on the hardwood. The big one will pit No. 1 overall pick Victor Wembenyana and the San Antonio Spurs against Phoenix. The two teams just played on Tuesday with the Spurs pulling a 115-114 upset. Can they do it again? Remember, Sports Hub expert Al Grant hit all three of his NBA picks yesterday.
  1. NHL: Bettors can choose from 12 games on the ice tonight. The feature game is the Toronto at Boston matchup. The Bruins (9-0-1) are one of two teams (Vegas is the other) without a loss in regulation this season. The Maple Leafs are 5-3-1 so far this season. 
  2. International soccer: European soccer…check. South American soccer…check. Indian soccer, Indonesian soccer, African soccer? Yep, they’re all on the schedule too. Check our members’ area for soccer picks.
  3. PGA Tour: The World Wide Technology Championship tees off today at El Cardanal at Diamante in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. The favorite to win is Ludvig Aberg (+900).
  4. LPGA Tour: Akie Iwai leads the TOTO Japan Classic after Round 1. Round 2 will begin later today.
  5. Tennis: The third round of the Rolex Paris Masters continues today on the ATP Tour. On the women’s side, quarterfinal play in the Dow Tennis Classic in Michigan begins today.

Enjoy the Steelers-Titans game tonight. There’s quite a bit on the schedule today and it only gets better as we get closer to another football weekend. SportsHub will be right here with everything you need to prep for the weekend’s games. Win today and win tomorrow by keeping it tuned right here to Sports Hub. Until tomorrow!