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The Steelers: money burners

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By Mike Wilkening

Those who have backed the Steelers as double-digit favorites this season have failed to cash a ticket, and three times they have seen Pittsburgh fail to win the game, which is a truly special sort of humbling feeling to endure.

The Steelers' 13-6 loss at Cleveland Thursday night as 10-point favorites maked the fifth time this season they have failed to cover when laying double digits.

Overall, the Steelers are 4-9 ATS in 2000.

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