The Steelers and Browns will meet in the regular season finale on Sunday, but with plenty of injuries on both sides oddsmakers haven't released a betting line for Sunday's game.
Cleveland has a lot of question marks at quarterback as both Brandon Weeden and backup Colt McCoy have missed practice this week. If both are unable to play, third-string quarterback Thad Lewis could start for the Browns. If that were the case, Pittsburgh would likely be an overwhelming favorite. If Weeden is able to play, the line could shift more towards the Browns with Pittsburgh still likely being favored.
Pittsburgh has been the favorite in each of the last 10 games against Cleveland. The Steelers were a 1-point favorite for the first meeting of the year which Cleveland won 20-14. While the Browns have been the underdogs, they have performed well against the spread when playing the Steelers. Cleveland is 7-3 against the spread in their last 10 games against Pittsburgh.
Whatever the spread ends up being, history is on the side of the Steelers. Pittsburgh has won 16 of the last 18 meetings against the Browns. The fact the game is in Pittsburgh makes the Steelers an even bigger favorite as Cleveland is just 1-13 in its last 14 road games.