2018 NFL Week 2 Picks Against the Spread: Trust the Steelers, (gulp) Bills to cover at home – CBSSports.com

Last week I forced the Falcons on Thursday night and this week I wanted to force the Ravens against the Bengals. Maybe I’ll learn my lesson about betting against home teams on Thursday night by some time next century. 

At any rate, this is a weird week, because we’re trying to steer clear of Week 1 overreactions. What we saw in the first week is not often reality — the Buccaneers blasted the Saints and the Steelers tied the Browns, while the Chiefs manhandled the Chargers. The results are not necessarily going to simply be the same. In fact, most of them will be different. Football is fickle! 

Anyway, holler at me on Twitter @WillBrinson if you love or hate these and let’s stay warm after a nice Week 1 outing that saw us go 4-1. All lines are locked on Wednesday for the SuperContest. 

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Pittsburgh Steelers (-4) vs. Kansas City Chiefs

The Chiefs are a darling after their big Week 1 output in Patrick Mahomes‘ debut as a full-time starter. They were explosive and enthralling, and that means they’re going to be a little overvalued. But they’re not overvalued on this line, right? Instead it seems too obvious to take Kansas City. But I’m zigging here for a couple of reasons. One, the Steelers are a much

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