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Steelers vs. Chargers Same-Game Parlay Picks
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The Steelers are without two key starters on defense in cornerback Joe Haden and linebacker T.J. Watt, which boosts the Chargers offense. Awesemo projections have Mike Williams at 69.2 yards receiving so even if the line moves up a couple of yards, there is still reason to bet this prop. Williams has not produced a lot in the past four games in some tougher matchups but the injuries for Pittsburgh are game-changing. Williams is still 23rd in yards per reception, 18th in yards receiving, and 20th in deep targets. With Haden missing, the individual matchup for Williams is rookie cornerback Tre Norwood, who is giving up roughly four inches in height and over 20 pounds. Justin Herbert should be looking to exploit this matchup early and often.
It is important to note that the FanDuel sportsbook has the best odds on this prop. The Awesemo projections are 19.1 yards receiving and every other sportsbook has the line set at 20.5 yards receiving currently.
Chase Claypool is back in the lineup this week and the Steelers have had three games with Claypool playing and JuJu Smith-Schuster on injured reserve. In those games, Washington only had a snap rate of 37.6% while Ray-Ray McCloud was at 40.3%. Washington also saw just five targets across three games for 55 yards receiving. He has not been a part of the offense when Claypool has been active so the expected win rate of 64% makes sense.
Another prop that is projected for a win rate over 60% and has a big difference between the sportsbook and Awesemo projections, Austin Ekeler‘s rushing prop looks very appealing. Pittsburgh has slipped to 17th in DVOA against the run and they are 28th in yards allowed per carry at 4.6 yards. The Chargers are six-point favorites in this game and Ekeler is 19th in carries on the season. Ekeler is also ninth in evaded tackles and 18th in yards per carry which could be why Awesemo projects Ekeler for over 70 yards rushing tonight.