- The Pittsburgh Steelers play host to the Chicago Bears on Monday Night Football.
- The Steelers are favored by 6.5 points in a game with a 38.5 point O/U line.
- Neither team has excelled against the spread in the situation they are in.
PITTSBURGH - The Pittsburgh Steelers host the Chicago Bears on Monday Night Football. The Steelers are 4-3 on the season, and favored to win by almost a touchdown over the 3-5 Bears by online sportsbooks.
Chicago Bears Vs. Pittsburgh Steelers Spread
- Chicago Bears +6.5 -110
- Pittsburgh Steelers -6.5 -110
Pittsburgh has covered the spread in only three of their seven games this season, while Chicago has covered in three of eight. Since 2020, the Steelers are 6-7 against the spread at home, but only 4-7 against the spread when favored at home.
The Bears are 6-7 against the spread on the road, and that goes to 5-7 against the spread when they’re road dogs.
In their last eight games as underdogs, however, they have a 1-7 record against the spread - they’ve certainly struggled to perform.
Chicago Bears Vs. Pittsburgh Steelers Moneyline
- Chicago Bears +240
- Pittsburgh Steelers -290
Pittsburgh is 1-2 straight up this year when they’re home favorites, and 2-2 straight up at home overall.
Since 2020, they have a 7-4 straight up record when they’re favored at home, and a 10-5 straight up record when they’re favored overall.
The Bears have struggled straight up as underdogs, with a 7-13 straight up record as such since 2020.
The Bears are 5-7 straight up as road dogs, however, which is a bit better than might be expected given the situation.
Chicago Bears Vs. Pittsburgh Steelers Totals O/U
- Over 38.5 -110
- Under 38.5 -110
The O/U for this game is remarkably low, and both teams have struggled to hit overs in recent years.
The Bears have only hit the over twice in their eight games, while the Steelers boast a 1-5-1 record in terms of hitting O/Us.
Chicago and Pittsburgh are two of the 10 worst offenses in the league, with Chicago averaging 15.4 points per game and Pittsburgh averaging 18.9. The online gambling markets seem to have recognized this, but these two teams are so poor on offense that they might manage to hit the under anyway.
The Steelers host the Bears on Monday Night Football, which will be broadcast on ESPN at 8:15 p.m. EST on Monday.