Steelers vs. Vikings 2013, NFL odds: No one is picking the winner

Justin K. Aller

The spread between the Steelers and the Vikings opened at zero as both teams hunt for their first win at Wembley Stadium in Week 4.

The Steelers and the Vikings have really set the stage for a fantastic game in Week 4. As the first of two games to take place in Wembley Stadium in London, the NFL probably had a bit more excitement a few weeks ago. Now, the only game between two winless teams this week will take place in London, and to make matters worse -- this game is a pick ‘em.

According to Oddshark.com, the Steelers and Vikings have the uncommon spread of no points, and it hasn't gone up or down since then. There might be some sports book somewhere in America that has a bit of a different spread, but it most likely won't be that much farther off.

Both teams have plenty of franchise pride on the line. The Steelers haven't opened a season 0-4 in the past 45 years. For the Vikings, the last 0-4 start is a recent memory of 2011. Either way, one team will come away from the game with their first win of the season, unless it ends in a tie of course.

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