Pittsburgh Steelers Super Bowl Odds: Steelers Most Popular Super Bowl Bet in Last Day
Pittsburgh Steelers Super Bowl Betting
So far this season, the Steelers are off to 4-0 start, which has them in first place atop the AFC North. On Sunday, they used a timely touchdown reception from Chase Claypool to fend off a comeback effort from the Philadelphia Eagles.
In the past 24 hours, bettors have reacted to the unbeaten showing from Pittsburgh. Despite the fact that Pittsburgh’s four wins are against opponents with a combined 3-15-1 record on the season, the Steelers are the most popular Super Bowl pick in the NFL since Sunday night.
Pittsburgh Steelers Super Bowl Odds
At +1500, the Steelers are the 6th favorite to win Super Bowl LV in Tampa Bay. The top five in the market breaks down like this:
Kansas City Chiefs +450
Baltimore Ravens +575
Seattle Seahawks +800
Green Bay Packers +1000
New Orleans Saints +1200
However, at +1500, bettors have begun to identify the Steelers and the value they bring to the table. Since games ended on Sunday, 18.52% of all Super Bowl wagers have backed Pittsburgh. The second most popular team has been the Baltimore Ravens (12.35%) followed by another division opponent in Cleveland (9.88%).
Cleveland’s only loss on the year came to Baltimore, and the Ravens’ lone defeat was at the hands of Super Bowl favorite Kansas City.
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Pittsburgh Steelers Super Bowl Chances
Playing in one of the toughest divisions in football is a major drawback for Pittsburgh. Even Cincinnati, which has tons of work to do, has played some teams tough this season. The top three teams in the AFC North are a combined 12-2 so far and show no signs of slowing down.
From an odds standpoint, the Steelers’ +1500 Super Bowl odds imply a 6.3% chance of winning it all. Their schedule being as weak as it’s been to this point is preventing them from moving into one of the favorites across the league.
Luckily for the Steelers, and NFL fans, we’ll know by the end of the month if Pittsburgh is for real. Their next three opponents (Cleveland, Tennessee and Baltimore) are a combined 11-2 in 2020.
Brian is a sports journalist with close to ten years of experience in the business. A lifelong Philadelphia sports fan with a passion for all things sports gambling.