Last Updated Oct 23, 2022, 7:58 PM

Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Miami Dolphins Same Game Parlay Picks and Predictions

NFL betting expert Michael Crosson gives his same game parlay selection for Sunday night's primetime matchup between the Pittsburgh Steelers and Miami Dolphins. Odds provided by DraftKings.

Steelers vs. Dolphins SGP Picks

  • Pittsburgh Steelers Under 20.5 Points Scored (-175)
  • Jaylen Waddle (MIA) Over 64.5 Receiving Yards (+115)
  • Raheem Mostert (MIA) Over 59.5 Rushing Yards (-145)

Payout: +475

The Steelers have experienced their fair share of struggles on the offensive side of the ball to open the season, as Mike Tomlin’s squad averaged just 16.2 PPG on 292 YPG and turned the ball over nine times across a 2-4 skid to open the season, with their highest scoring output thus far coming in a Week 1 overtime win over the Bengals (W, 23-20 OT).

I’ll back Pittsburgh to have another lackluster game in the scoring department here, as the Steelers scored 20 PTS or less in five straight contests following their 23-point performance in Week 1, and they averaged just 14.3 PPG across their first three road matchups of the year, which doesn’t bode well heading into a Sunday night’s matchup against a Dolphins squad that surrendered just 16.7 PPG in their first three home games of the year.

Jaylen Waddle exploded onto the scene to begin his sophomore campaign for the Dolphins, as Waddle averaged 114 receiving yards on 6.3 receptions to go along with three touchdowns in the first three weeks of the season.

However, Miami’s offense was relatively quiet during Tua Tagovailoa’s absence in Weeks 4 through 6, and subsequently, Waddle’s numbers took a dip, as he averaged just 64 receiving yards on 3.7 receptions without finding the endzone in the Dolphins’ ensuing three affairs. So, I’ll back Waddle to get back on track with Tua back in action on Sunday night.

Raheem Mostert wasn’t Miami’s starting RB to open the season, as Chase Edmonds carried the ball 12 times for 25 yards compared to Mostert’s five carries for 16 yards in a 20-7 win over New England back in Week 1. However, Miami’s backfield has pretty much belonged to Mostert since the second week of the season, as Mostert averaged 58.6 rushing yards on 13.2 carries compared to Edmonds’ 12.8 yards on 3.8 across the ensuing five contests.

So, I’ll back Mostert to keep it going against a Steelers’ defensive front that’s surrendered over 120 rushing yards per game through the first six weeks of the season.

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