Two of the NFL’s three remaining undefeated teams will meet in Week 7, when the Pittsburgh Steelers visit the Tennessee Titans on Sunday.

The matchup had originally been scheduled for Week 4, but it was moved because of a coronavirus outbreak within the Titans’ organization.

Pittsburgh is favored by two points on the road, according to odds compiled by OddsShark. The point spread continues to move toward the Steelers, even though both teams have the same record and around 10,000 fans will be in attendance for Tennessee.

The betting line suggests that the Steelers are close to three points better than the Titans on a neutral field.

With the No.2 total defense and No.4 scoring offense, Pittsburgh ranks eighth in net yards per play. Tennessee ranks 26th in total defense, and the Titans are also 26th in net yards per play.

Tennessee has been fortunate to escape several close calls with victories. In the season opener, a field goal with 17 seconds left gave the Titans a win over the Denver Broncos. Tennessee edged out the Minnesota Vikings with a field goal in the final two minutes in Week 3. In order to defeat the Houston Texans a few days ago, the Titans needed to force overtime with four seconds remaining in regulation.

The Broncos, Vikings and Texans are a combined 4-13. Tennessee only defeated the 1-5 Jacksonville Jaguars by a field goal.

The Steelers have a similar resume, one made up of largely weak opponents. Pittsburgh defeated Houston and Denver by one score each. They are coming off their most impressive game of the season, a 38-7 drubbing of the 4-2 Cleveland Browns.

The Titans defeated the Buffalo Bills 42-16 in Week 5, despite very little practice time because of their coronavirus outbreak. A very good head coach, the league’s top running back and impressive quarterback play have kept Tennessee out of the loss column.

One year ago, it would’ve sounded crazy to suggest that Ryan Tannehill was the best quarterback in a game that featured Ben Roethlisberger. That, however, appears to be the case, considering the MVP-level at which the signal caller has performed since becoming Tennessee's starter in Week 7 of last year.

Tannehill’s 117.5 passer rating in the 2019 season was the fourth-highest in NFL history. The veteran has a 113.5 passer rating through five games to go along with 13 touchdown passes and two interceptions.

Derrick Henry leads the NFL with 588 yards on the ground. He can change games in a way few running backs can.

Tennessee is second in both total offense and points per game. Since kicker Stephen Gostkowski missed three field goals and an extra point in Week 1, the Titans are averaging 37 points per game.

Roethlisberger has played well, with 11 touchdowns, just one pick and a 109.1 rating. Pittsburgh’s talented receiving corps can give Tennessee trouble. Maybe the Steelers’ vaunted pass rush will put Tannehill under more pressure than usual now that left tackle Taylor Lewan is out for the season.

But Tennessee’s hot start is no fluke. The Titans have proven it week after week since reaching the 2020 AFC Championship Game.

The Titans continue to be disrespected as home underdogs. They could pull out another close win Sunday.

Prediction: Tennessee over Pittsburgh, 27-26

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Running back Derrick Henry #22 of the Tennessee Titans takes the hand-off from quarterback Ryan Tannehill #17 and runs with the ball in the first quarter against the Houston Texans at Nissan Stadium on October 18, 2020 in Nashville, Tennessee. Frederick Breedon/Getty Images