The New Orleans Saints dropped to 3-6 this week while the Pittsburgh Steelers are coming off their BYE week with a 2-6 record. This is certainly a match-up of two very bad teams and we'll see who the worst of the worst is this Sunday in Pittsburgh.
Saints vs Steelers Odds Week 10
New Orleans is a 2.5-point favorite over Pittsburgh entering this game, with a moneyline of -148 while the Steelers' sits at +126. The over/under for this match-up sits at 41.5 points, which goes to show you what Vegas thinks of these two offenses.
Saints vs Steelers Prediction Week 10
Ooh boy this is going to be a bad game between two bad teams.
In one corner, you have the New Orleans Saints, who somehow stand a chance to win their division despite winning three games and looking like a garbage football team. The offense had been playing pretty well but they looked dreadful in the 27-13 loss to the Ravens. The defense has been mostly bad, which is disappointing considering the talent they have on that side of the ball.
In the other corner, there's the Steelers, who, for the first time in nearly 20 years, could finish the season with a losing record. That's been unheard for this franchise and for Mike Tomlin but it can all be pinned on the offense. Mitch Trubisky couldn't get things going and rookie Kenny Pickett -- a guy that the Saints were tied to frequently leading up to the draft -- has thrown just two touchdown passes while tossing eight interceptions.
The Saints being favored in this game despite it being on the road is surprising given how bad they are but that just shows you how much worse the Steelers are. I don't care what the odds say, I'm going with the home team in a close but gross game. Pittsburgh wins this one 17-14.
Note: Game odds refresh periodically and are subject to change