Best Tweets from Steelers vs. Bills: Diontae’s Drops, Offense Flops, and Cowherd Keeps Taking Shots

The Pittsburgh Steelers‘ stellar season has hit the skids.

After rolling to eleven straight wins, the Steelers (11-2) have lost two in a row and the team is struggling to establish balance on offense. The Buffalo Bills (10-3) beat the Steelers 26-15 en route to their third straight win. Josh Allen threw for 283 yards and two touchdowns and the safety Taron Johnson returned a Ben Roethlisberger interception for a touchdown.

Twitter reacted to the Steelers’ sloppy performance.

Bettors leaned toward the Bills

Betting splits from FanDuel Sportsbook for Steelers vs. Bills as of Sunday morning:

  • 67% of the money was on the Bills (-2.5) to cover the spread
  • 57% of the money was on the Steelers on the Moneyline (+118)
  • 77% of the money was on the OVER (48.5)

At BetRivers, the public was split on the game.

  • 52% of the money was on the Bills (-2) to cover the spread
  • 54% of the money was on the BIlls (-125) on the Moneyline
  • 55% of the money was on the UNDER (48.5)

At William Hill online sportsbook, the Steelers originally were listed as 2.5-point road favorites. The line flipped and made the Bills -2.5. The 5-point swing was the biggest one for any NFL Week 14 game.

Diontae’s drops

Steelers’ offensive woes

Colin Cowherd hates the Steelers

A “sensitive and humble” Cowherd continued bashing the Steelers, a team he predicted to go 7-9. And his Fox Bet Sportsbook Boom Bet was a winner among his Week 14 NFL picks.

“The Steelers’ time has come and gone. The Steelers are a big brand but they are no longer elite….”

Some good news

Week 14 wasn’t a complete lost cause for the Black and Yellow. The Steelers recorded a sack for a 70th straight game, marking a new NFL record. With the Miami Dolphins loss, the Steelers also clinched a playoff berth.

Lead image credit: AP Photo/Matt Durisko

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