The Patriots and Steelers will kick off Week 14 of the 2023 NFL season in Pittsburgh on “Thursday Night Football” (8:15 p.m. ET, Amazon Prime). Hampered by a low over/under, TNF offers some tricky props to consider on SuperDraft, especially with a few high-end skill players still on the field.
It’s easy to get in on the action. If you successfully hit on two player props, you get 3x return. That exponentially grows all the way to 100x return for parlaying eight correct picks together at much longer odds. In other words, if you put down a $20 entry fee on our four props below and they all hit, you get paid $200.
Whether you’re going with a two-legged parlay or stringing together props with at least three players, here are our four favorite SuperDraft plays for the Thursday night showdown between New England and Pittsburgh:
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Best Patriots-Steelers prop bets: SuperDraft player prop picks for Week 14 TNF
*10x potential payout if users parlay all four correct picks
1. Ezekiel Elliott, RB, Patriots — OVER 58.5 rushing yards
The Steelers just gave up a century at home to James Conner. Their run defense has tightened up a little from earlier in the season, but it’s still vulnerable against strong run-blocking teams such as New England. Zeke will see the needed volume with Rhamondre Stevenson (ankle) out and hit this OVER with about 20 carries in a neutral game script.
2. George Pickens, WR, Steelers — OVER 41.5 receiving yards
The Patriots’ defense struggles plenty with field-stretching wide receivers outside. Pickens got warmed up again as a big-play threat last week, and the Patriots tend to get burned downfield with their coverage scheme (see Jalin Hyatt in Week 12). Pickens has another good game of stretching the field, this time with a real shot at a hundy and a score.
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3. Mitch Trubisky, QB, Steelers — OVER 182.5 passing yards
The Patriots have limited passing yardage all season long, but when going back to September, the only two teams that finished below this total were Jalen Hurts (Week 1) and Zach Wilson (Week 3). New England can give up chunk gains downfield that add up fast. Trubisky hits at least two hundy with Pickens and his talented receiving backs.
4. Chris Boswell, K, Steelers — OVER 7 kicking points
Boswell is up-and-down with his production, and the offense has limited his chances. Still, this feels like a game where the Steelers can move the ball well with multiple red-zone stops by the Patriots. Boswell is likely to knock in two field goals, putting him easily on track to deliver here.