Steelers at Browns odds, best bets for Thursday night showdown, plus 0-2 teams that have made the Super Bowl

Welcome to the Thursday edition of the Pick Six newsletter!

Since it’s Thursday, that means there’s a game tonight, and let me be the first to say: If you love train-wreck football, then you’re going to love tonight’s game between the Browns and Steelers. 

Actually, I’ll be honest, I can’t promise it’s going to be a train-wreck, but if these two teams give us anything remotely close to what we saw in Week 2, it’s definitely going to be a train-wreck. The Browns blew a 30-17 lead to the Jets in the final two minutes, and the Steelers offense was nonexistent in a 17-14 loss to the Patriots. There’s a saying in football that “offense sells tickets,” and if that’s the case, then there might not be any fans at any Steelers games for the rest of the season. 

Anyway, we’ll be covering tonight’s game extensively in today’s newsletter, plus we’ll also look at how many teams in NFL history have rebounded to make the Super Bowl after starting 0-2.    

As always, here’s your weekly reminder to tell all your friends to sign up for the Pick Six newsletter. To get your friends to sign up, all you have to do is click here and then share this link with them. Alright, let’s get to the rundown. 

1. Today’s show: Brady Quinn breaks down the latest NFL news

Steelers offensive coordinator Matt Canada
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If you’re going to listen to just one episode of the Pick Six podcast every week, then you should definitely make sure that you’re listening every Thursday, because that’s when Brady Quinn joins the show. For today’s episode, the former first-round pick chatted with Ryan Wilson about a multitude of topics, including what it was like to replace Gus Johnson in Fox’s college football booth last weekend. (Johnson was under the weather, so Brady was called upon to work…

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