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Steelers-Browns and Panthers-Saints Monday night: NFL betting odds, picks, tips - ESPN

Week 2 of the 2023 NFL season wraps up Monday night with a pair of games as the Pittsburgh Steelers host the Cleveland Browns and the Carolina Panthers face the New Orleans Saints.

What can we expect from a betting standpoint for Monday night's games?

Betting analysts Tyler Fulghum, Erin Dolan, Eric Moody,Seth Walder and André Snellings are here to provide their thoughts.

Note: Lines from Caesars Sportsbook unless otherwise indicated.

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Fulghum: I trust Mike Tomlin. The Steelers looked awful, no doubt. The 49ers are my pick to win the Super Bowl, so there's no shame in losing to them. The shame comes from the fact that they physically dominated that game. That doesn't fly in Pittsburgh. That doesn't fly with Mike Tomlin. Somehow, someway, he'll have this team winning somewhere between 8 and 10 games by the end of the season, no matter what. Mike Tomlin is too good of a head coach.

Walder: Yes, somewhat. I was starting to buy in on the hype of the Steelers' offense, but we didn't see any of that in Week 1, and now Pittsburgh is going to be without Diontae Johnson, one of the most underrated receivers in the league. I think this offense will be outmatched by the Cleveland defense.

Walder: I'll buy them as, say, a top-seven defense. I think the last game has to be taken with a pretty big grain of salt considering the weather. But at the same time, you look at this defense on paper and you could absolutely imagine them putting it all together and being elite. But I'd still comfortably have the Browns