The Steelers host the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday at Heinz Field, and the game has huge playoff implications for both teams.
The Steelers can clinch the AFC North with a win over the Colts or a Cleveland Browns' loss to the New York Jets (extremely unlikely). The Steelers can also clinch the AFC North if both they and Cleveland tie their games (again, extremely unlikely). The Colts at 10-4 are currently the No. 6 seed in the AFC and are behind the Tennessee Titans in the AFC South standings, as the Titans hold the tiebreaker.
The Steelers are currently 1.5-point underdogs against the Colts, and the over/under is 44.5 points, according to Oddsshark.com.
The Colts are 10-4 straight up and 8-6 against the spread this season, and the Steelers have gone 0-3 straight up and against the spread in its last three games, per Oddsshark.com.
The Steelers are 15-1 straight up in its last 16 home games against the Colts, and the over is 5-2 in Pittsburgh’s last seven games against Indianapolis.
The Steelers have won six straight games against Indianapolis, last losing in 2008.