Steelers Vs. Titans Player Props & Odds For Thursday Night Football

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Steelers Vs. Titans Player Props & Odds For Thursday Night Football

The Pittsburgh Steelers will host the Tennessee Titans in the NFL Week 9 Thursday Night Football matchup, with kickoff scheduled for 8:20 p.m. ET. The game will be broadcast on Amazon Prime Video. The Steelers are at on the point spread for this matchup, which has an over/under line of total points. 

Thursday Night Football player props: Steelers vs. Titans

The Titans will turn to rookie Will Levis for his second start with Ryan Tannehill (ankle) unable to take the field. Levis excelled with 238 passing yards and four touchdowns in his NFL debut against the Atlanta Falcons last week. When Tennessee’s passing offense has been productive this year, DeAndre Hopkins has led the way. 

Kenny Pickett (ribs) plans to play for the Steelers despite exiting their loss to the Jaguars with an injury. Pittsburgh welcomed possession receiver Diontae Johnson (hamstring) back from injured reserve two weeks ago, and he has complemented George Pickens as a passing game threat. 

Below, we will take a look at some player props in this matchup. 

Anytime TD scorer props for Thursday Night Football

This is one of the more straightforward betting options. Pick a player, and cash your bet if that player scores a touchdown at any point in the game. The odds become longer if you pick the player to score the first or last touchdown of the contest. 

Running backs are generally the most reliable options to score, which is why Derrick Henry has the shortest odds for this game.

Quarterback passing props for Thursday Night Football

The Titans took Levis in the second round with the No. 33 overall pick this year after using a third-round pick on Malik Willis the previous year. Levis flashed tremendous arm strength in his debut and will try to back up that performance on the road. 

Pickett has battled a knee injury this season and is averaging 190 passing yards per game with five touchdowns and four interceptions. The Tennessee defense is among the best in the NFL against the run. 

Over/under passing yard props for Titans vs. Steelers

Passing TD prop bets for Titans vs. Steelers

Receiving yard props for Thursday Night Football

Hopkins turned just four receptions into 128 yards and three touchdowns in Levis’ debut. Treylon Burks (knee) saw two targets last Sunday in his first action since Week 3. Pickens is averaging 21.6 yards per catch and 86.3 receiving yards per game over his last three outings. 

Reception props for Thursday Night Football

Diontae Johnson averaged 5.1 catches per game last year and has caught 16 balls through four appearances this season. Hopkins has averaged 5.8 catches per game throughout his 11-year career, and he’s at 4.4 per game in his first season with the Titans. 

Rushing yard props for Thursday Night Football

Derrick Henry won consecutive rushing titles in 2019 and 2020 but has been less productive in recent years and is playing behind a struggling offensive line this season. Pittsburgh ranks 28th in rushing yards per game (79.7), with Harris and Warren splitting snaps. 

Longest rush props for Thursday Night Football

Will any of those backs break a long run on Thursday night? Henry is averaging 4.4 yards per carry this season. Harris was held to 18 yards on 12 carries in his only previous matchup with the Titans.