Two struggling offenses will meet in primetime on Sunday Night Football when the Las Vegas Raiders host the Pittsburgh Steelers. Las Vegas ranks No. 30 in the league in yards per game (250), while Pittsburgh is even worse at No. 31 (247). Raiders running back Josh Jacobs, the reigning yardage champion, and Steelers running back Najee Harris, a two-time 1,000-yard rusher, are both off to disappointing starts. Harris has an over/under of 48.5 rushing yards in the Week 3 NFL prop odds from the SportsLine consensus, while Jacobs' total is 71.5. Given the early-season issues for both running backs, should you be fading them with your Week 3 NFL prop bets?

Harris only went under 48.5 rushing yards six times in 17 games last season, but he has done so in both games this season. Which direction should you lean with your SNF prop bets for Steelers vs. Raiders? Before betting any NFL props for Sunday Night Football in Week 3 or entering selections on sites like PrizePicks, you need to see the Raiders vs. Steelers NFL prop predictions powered by SportsLine AI.

Built using cutting-edge artificial intelligence and machine learning techniques by SportsLine's Data Science team, AI Predictions and AI Ratings are generated for each player prop. The AI predictions are determined by statistically learning from each player's historical data then quantitatively evaluating the strength of the opponents defense by assigning a numeric value out of 100 called a matchup score. 

Once a prediction is formulated, the AI rating is generated using the prediction, the matchup score, and the odds of the market. For example, you could see a 5-star rating on an over bet if a player is facing a poor defense, their prediction differs from the line and there are favorable odds.

In addition, SportsLine AI is the first fully automated predictive model at SportsLine. It continuously refreshes on the most recent available data and can help you spot the biggest discrepancies in the lines. Last week, SportsLine AI went an astounding 19-9 on its 5-star prop picks and it is 105-70 for a $1,592 profit on 4.5 and 5-star prop predictions for the season.

For Raiders vs. Steelers on Sunday Night Football, the model has evaluated the NFL player prop odds and provided Steelers vs. Raiders prop picks for every available prop market. You can only see the AI player prop predictions for Pittsburgh vs. Las Vegas here.

Top NFL player prop bets for Raiders vs. Steelers

After analyzing Steelers vs. Raiders and examining the dozens of player prop markets, SportsLine AI says Raiders wide receiver Davante Adams soars past his over/under for total receiving yards of 74.5. Adams was held under 70 receiving yards just five times in 17 games during his first season with the Raiders.

He was selected to his sixth Pro Bowl after averaging 89.2 receiving yards per game overall and 95.6 receiving yards at home. Adams is coming off a quality showing against Buffalo, catching six passes for 84 yards and a touchdown. The Bills rank sixth in the NFL in passing yards allowed per game, while Pittsburgh is outside the top 15 in that statistic.

The Steelers were unable to slow down 49ers wide receiver Brandon Aiyuk in Week 1 or Browns wide receiver Amari Cooper last week, and they face an even tougher test on Sunday night. SportsLine AI has Adams finishing with more than 90 receiving yards, creating nearly 20 yards of value on this prop. See more NFL props here.

How to make NFL player prop bets for Steelers vs. Raiders

In addition, SportsLine AI says several other wide receivers go under the total and has two other NFL props rated four stars or better. You need to see the model's analysis before making any Raiders vs. Steelers prop bets for Sunday Night Football.

Which Steelers vs. Raiders prop bets should you target for Sunday Night Football? Visit SportsLine now to see the top Raiders vs. Steelers props, all from the brand-new SportsLine AI that went 19-9 on all 5-star rated NFL prop picks in Week 2.