SugarHouse Online Sportsbook recently launched in Pennsylvania, immediately making its presence felt as PA sports betting players now have a mobile platform in which to place wagers on their favorite teams. The Keystone State has perfect timing going live during the summer, as fall and the upcoming NFL season are sure to be a massive boon to the newest dynamic of the industry.
Despite the NFL schedule not kicking off until September, SugarHouse Sportsbook is well prepared for that eventuality, offering pro football lines and a wide range of NFL futures markets as well throughout the summer. Players in Pennsylvania looking to place wagers on their favorite teams like the Pittsburgh Steelers and Philadelphia Eagles can now do so the way in advance of Week 1, as both teams have 15 of its 16 games available on the SugarHouse app.
Steelers 2019 Schedule, NFL Odds At SugarHouse Sportsbook PA
Below is a list of all the games on the Steelers 2019 schedule currently available for sports betting on the SugarHouse app in Pennsylvania:
- Week 1: Steelers +6 (-110) at Patriots (Sunday Night)
- Week 2: Steelers -3.5 (-110) vs. Seahawks
- Week 3: Steelers +1 (-120) at 49ers
- Week 4: Steelers -8.5 (-110) vs. Bengals (Monday Night)
- Week 5: Steelers -4 (-110) vs. Ravens
- Week 6: Steelers +4.5 (-110) at Chargers (Sunday Night)
- Week 7: BYE
- Week 8: Steelers -10.5 (-110) vs. Dolphins (Monday Night)
- Week 9: Steelers -2.5 (-110) vs. Colts
- Week 10: Steelers -1 (-103) vs. Rams
- Week 11: Steelers +3 (-110) at Browns (Thursday Night)
- Week 12: Steelers -3.5 (-110) at Bengals
- Week 13: Steelers -2.5 (-110) vs. Browns
- Week 14: Steelers -5.5 (-110) at Cardinals
- Week 15: Steelers -7.5 (-110) vs. Bills
- Week 16: Steelers -2 (-110) at Jets
- Week 17: Not Available
2019 NFL Schedule: Get Plus-Money On Steelers Winning AFC North On SugarHouse App
If we add up opponent records from 2018, the Steelers’ 2019 schedule ranks tied for 19th, which doesn’t appear too difficult on the surface. For the first time in a long time, however, Pittsburgh isn’t the favorite to win the AFC North. That would be the upstart Browns (+125) with the Steelers (+170) second on the SugarHouse Online Sportsbook app. Pittsburgh is also +1000 to reach the Super Bowl, which are only sixth-lowest odds in the AFC.
After losing Antonio Brown and missing the playoffs in 2018, this legendary organization finds itself in somewhat of an underdog role. Despite that, Pittsburgh is betting favorites in 11 of 15 games and playing in prime time during four of its first seven games on the NFL schedule. Below we’ll highlight some games of note from a betting and storyline perspective:
- Week 1: Steelers +6 (-110) at Patriots
Pittsburgh’s schedule lightens up, but that’s after visiting New England in prime time for Week 1. This road test may reveal Pittsburgh’s response to not being labeled one of the best teams in the league from training camp. Many sports betting players would think six free points is enough, but this is Week 1 at Foxboro we are talking about, and Bill Belichick will have been preparing for a month by that time.
- Week 4: Steelers -8.5 (-110) vs. Bengals
The first Monday night game of the season is a big one, and this could be a spot where Pennsylvania sports betting players see the Steelers flex their muscles. Cincinnati is not expected to be a powerhouse by any stretch, and the 8.5-point SugarHouse Spread tells that story. Pittsburgh has tough matchups ahead with the Ravens and Chargers, so a convincing home win in Week 4 would do wonders.
- Week 11: Steelers +3 (-110) at Browns
The Browns are the AFC East favorites with a second-year Baker Mayfield and tons of weapons, including Odell Beckham Jr. Cleveland figures to be the stiffest competition in the division, which is the mantle Pittsburgh has long held. Since the Steelers are on the road, they’re getting points in what will likely be a tough spot to walk away with a win.
- Week 16: Steelers -2 (-110) at Jets
Jets running back Le’Veon Bell facing his old team is sure to be the hot storyline headed into Week16. Who knows where each team will stand in the playoff picture (if anywhere) but the game will produce some fireworks nonetheless. While we’re a long way off, oddsmakers at SugarHouse have the Steelers favored on the road by a couple of points in this one.