Bet on football on Saturday has the Pittsburgh Steelers hosting the Buffalo Bills in preseason action.
The starters for both teams are expected to play into the third quarter in this NFL betting matchup. Bet on football odds have the Steelers as 5.5 point favorites with a total of 36. Pittsburgh quarterback Ben Roethlisberger missed last week due to injury but he is expected to play in this game on Saturday.
The Pittsburgh starters haven’t played much in the preseason so far so look for them to get some serious work in this bet on football matchup. “We’re looking for our starters, our first wave of guys if you will, at this point, to play significant amount of time. What that is at this point is to be determined.” Head coach Mike Tomlin said. Roethlisberger won’t be limited in his NFL betting game. “We like where he is, and we’ll continue to move forward with him, anticipating him participating in the game,” said Tomlin. “He won’t be limited in any form or fashion.” The Steelers will not have third string quarterback Dennis Dixon though as he as been ruled out in bet on football info with a shoulder injury.
Buffalo has already played three preseason bet on football games with mixed results. They have not had wide receiver Terrell Owens since the Hall of Fame game and he won’t play in this bet on football game either. Buffalo quarterback Trent Edwards could use the time with his new receiver but will probably have to wait until the NFL betting regular season. The Bills could also be without running back Fred Jackson on Saturday as bet on football info shows. The good news for the Bills in bet on football numbers is that the X-rays taken on Jackson were negative. “I feel good,” said Jackson. “It was a little scary yesterday when I first did it, but I feel fine right now. That’s always a good thing when the x-rays come back negative. So I’m enthusiastic about that and hopefully I can get back as soon as possible.” The Bills are counting heavily on Jackson as bet on football info tells us since starting running back Marshawn Lynch will miss the first three games of the regular season due to suspension. Buffalo should get first round pick Aaron Maybin on the field in this bet on football matchup as he was finally signed to a contract recently.
The Bills and Steelers have met seven times in preseason NFL betting history and Pittsburgh has won five of the seven. The Bills did win last bet on football preseason though as they defeated them 24-21 at home.