Steelers Super Bowl LVIII Odds: September 21, 2023
The Steelers' Super Bowl odds are +5500, per DraftKings Sportsbook. Only nine teams have worse odds of winning the Super Bowl. The Steelers were +5000 before the Week 1 loss to the 49ers.
I used the odds posted on DraftKings sportsbook and then calculated their chances to win the Super Bowl using an odds converter that equates to implied probability. The Steelers last made the playoffs in 2021, last appeared in the Super Bowl in 2011 and last won the Super Bowl in 2009.
Steelers Super Bowl Odds vs. AFC North
The Steelers rank last in the AFC North among the four teams. The Steelers are +5500 to win the Super Bowl. The Bengals have the best odds (+1400), followed by the Browns (+1800) and then the Ravens (+2000). The Steelers are projected to finish last in the AFC North.
Steelers Week-by-Week Super Bowl Odds
Entering Week 2 of the regular season, the Steelers are +5500 to win the Super Bowl. I'll update their odds every week during the season, so be sure to check back.
Week 1: +5000
Week 2: +7500
Week 3: +5500
The Steelers' odds of winning the Super Bowl slightly improved after they beat the Browns on Monday night. They had been +7500 after the Week 1 loss to the 49ers.
Latest Updates Impacting Steelers Super Bowl Odds
Injuries continue to take a toll on the Steelers. Following the season opener, the Steelers had to place three players on injured reserve. On Monday night, safety Minkah Fitzpatrick suffered a chest injury, but he has a chance to play against the Raiders.
Fitzpatrick's injury came after defensive end Cam Heyward (groin), receiver Diontae Johnson (hamstring), and running back Anthony McFarland (knee) had to be placed on IR. Heyward is expected to miss up to eight weeks. Johnson and McFarland could return sooner, but they won't be eligible to return until the Oct. 22 game against the Rams.
George Pickens stepped up in Johnson's absence and scored the only offensive touchdown of the game by the Steelers on a 71-yard catch and run.
📅 September 18: The Steelers placed receiver Diontae Johnson and running back Anthony McFarland on injured reserve and promoted running back Qadree Ollison to the 53-man roster.
📅 September 15: The Steelers signed defensive back Kalon Barnes to their practice squad.
📅 September 14: The Steelers placed defensive end Cam Heyward on injured reserve and signed receiver Dez Fitzpatrick to their 53-man roster. They also signed running back Greg Bell and cornerback Luq Barcoo to their practice squad, placing safety Josiah Scott on their injured list. They also released defensive back Anthony Brown from their practice squad.
📅 September 13: The Steelers signed center Ryan McCollum to their practice squad.
📅 September 12: The Steelers signed receiver Jacob Copeland to their practice squad and released running back Greg Bell and cornerback Luq Barcoo from the practice squad.
📅 September 2: The Steelers signed running back Qadree Ollison, fullback Zander Horvath and defensive back Tariq Carpenter to their practice squad.
📅 August 31: The Steelers signed cornerback Desmond King to their 53-man roster and four players to their practice squad: offensive linemen Kellen Diesch and Joey Fisher, defensive back Josiah Scott and receiver Simi Fehoko.
📅 August 30: The Steelers released punter Braden Mann and signed nine players to their practice squad: cornerback Luq Barcoo, running back Greg Bell, defensive linemen Breiden Fehoko and Jonathan Marshall, receiver Dez Fitzpatrick, linebacker David Perales, safety Trenton Thompson and tight end Rodney Williams.
📅 August 29: The Steelers traded offensive lineman Kendrick Green to the Texans in exchange for a sixth-round pick in 2025. They also released cornerbacks Luq Barcoo and Chris Wilcox, defensive lineman Breiden Fehoko and Jonathan Marshall, linebackers Nick Kwiatkoski, David Perales and Quincy Roche, offensive lineman Ryan McCollum, running backs Greg Bell and Xazavian Valladay, safeties Trenton Thompson and Tre Norwood, tight ends Zach Gentry and Rodney Williams and receivers Jordan Byrd and Dez Fitzpatrick.
📅 August 28: The Steelers released cornerback Lavert Hill, defensive lineman Manny Jones, linebackers Tanner Muse and Toby Ndukwe, offensive linemen Le’Raven Clark and William Dunkle, quarterback Tanner Morgan, running back Darius Hagans and safeties Jalen Elliott and Kenny Robinson.
📅 August 27: The Steelers traded offensive lineman Kevin Dotson to the Rams along with a fifth-round pick in 2024 and a sixth-round pick in 2025 in exchange for a 2024 fourth-round picks and a 2025 fifth-round pick. They also released receiver Aron Cruickshank.
📅 August 26: The Steelers released defensive backs Madre Harper and Nevelle Clarke, defensive lineman James Nyamawya, place kicker B.T. Potter, linebackers Kuony Deng and Forrest Rhyne, receiver Dan Chisena and long snapper Rex Sunahara.
📅 August 22: The Steelers signed WR Aron Cruickshank and LB Kuony Deng and waived/injured WRs Cody White and Hakeem Butler.
📅 August 17: The Steelers waived WR JaMarcus Bradley with an injury settlement.
📅 August 15: The Steelers signed running back Xazavian Valladay and released running back John Lovett.
📅 August 14: The Steelers signed cornerback Lavert Hill, waived cornerback Duke Dawson with an injury designation and waived cornerback Isaiah Dunn.
📅 August 13: The Steelers signed linebacker Forrest Rhyne and waived linebacker Chapelle Russell with an injury designation.
📅 August 8: The Steelers signed safety Jalen Elliott and waived receiver JaMarcus Bradley with an injury designation.
📅 August 2: The Steelers placed cornerback Cory Trice on injured reserve, waived running back Alfonzo Graham with an injury designation and signed defensive backs Trenton Thompson and Isaiah Dunn.
📅 August 1: The Steelers signed running backs John Lovett and Greg Bell and waived running back Jason Huntley.
📅 July 30: The Steelers signed linebacker Kwon Alexander to a one-year contract and released offensive lineman Jarrid Williams. They also placed running back Monte Pottebaum on the reserved/retired list.
I'll update roster turnover and pass on any other important news throughout the season. Be sure to bookmark this page.
Pittsburgh Steelers Schedule and Betting Lines
The Steelers schedule was released in May 2023, and DraftKings Sportsbook PA has released game lines for all of their upcoming matchups this season. Here's a look at where the point spread and moneylines currently stand for the Steelers:
After evening their record at 1-1, the Steelers can gain some separation from the rest of the AFC in the next two weeks. The Steelers are on the road against the Raiders this week and next week against the Texans, but both games are very winnable.
The Raiders are coming off a 38-10 pasting by the Bills in Buffalo, and the Texans are 0-2 following a Week 2 loss to the Colts. With the schedule getting much more difficult in the final 10 weeks of the season, the Steelers have to take advantage of some of the easier games on the schedule this month and next.
The Raiders are struggling to score almost as much as the Steelers. They are averaging 13.5 points per game.
Key Contributors Toward Steelers Super Bowl Odds
T.J. Watt has four sacks and a touchdown in the season's first two weeks. He is squarely in the discussion for NFL Defensive Player of the Year honors with Cowboys linebacker Micah Parsons. Watt set the franchise record for sacks on Monday night, passing James Harrison on the all-time sacks list. Watt now has 81.5 career sacks. His 17-yard touchdown midway through the fourth quarter was the winning score against the Browns. Only Parsons currently has better odds of winning Defensive Player of the Year. Watt is +20000 to win NFL MVP honors.
The Steelers have a few other players in contention for postseason awards. Alex Highsmith forced the fumble that led to Watt's touchdown and returned an interception 30 yards for a touchdown on the game's first play.
Safety Minkah Fitzpatrick left the Browns game with a chest injury, but he had six tackles and two passes defended before he exited.
Quarterback Kenny Pickett is off to a terrible start. He has three interceptions in the first two games and completed just 15 of his 30 passes against the Browns. Pickett's odds to win NFL MVP remain at +7000, the same as last week.
Receivers George Pickens (+10000), Diontae Johnson (+20000) and Allen Robinson (+13000) remain longshots to win NFL Offensive Player of the Year honors. Najee Harris is +10000 and Pickett also is +10000.
Where Can I Bet on the Pittsburgh Steelers to Win the Super Bowl?
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Pittsburgh Steelers Super Bowl LVIII Outlook and Predictions
The Steelers face steep odds to win the Super Bowl. Oddsmakers have them at +5500 after their 26-22 win against the Browns. Even though they are tied for second place in the AFC North with the Browns, the Steelers have the lowest odds of winning the Super Bowl of any of the teams in the AFC North. The Steelers must combine some quality wins in the coming weeks to improve their odds.
Steelers Super Bowl History
The Steelers were founded in 1933 and are one of the NFL's flagship franchises with six Super Bowl victories. The only other team in league history with six Super Bowl victories is the New England Patriots.
The Steelers won their first Super Bowl in 1975. It was the first of four Super Bowl wins in a six-year span in the 1970s under Hall of Fame coach Chuck Noll. The Steelers also won Super Bowl XL in 2006 under coach Bill Cowher and Super Bowl XLIII in 2009 under current coach Mike Tomlin. The Steelers lost Super Bowls to the Cowboys in 1996 and to the Packers in 2011. The Steelers are one of three teams to appear in eight Super Bowls along with the Cowboys and the Broncos. Only the Patriots have appeared in more.
Have the Steelers Ever Won the Super Bowl?
Yes, the Steelers won Super Bowls IX, X, XIII, XIV, XL and XLIII. Hall of Fame quarterback Terry Bradshaw was the MVP of Super Bowls XIII and XIV. Hines Ward was the MVP of Super Bowl XL and Santonio Holmes was the MVP of Super Bowl XLIII. They are two of only eight receivers to earn Super Bowl MVP awards. Mike Tomlin became the third coach in franchise history to win a Super Bowl when he led the Steelers to a 27-23 victory against the Arizona Cardinals in Super Bowl XLIII.
How Many Super Bowls Have the Pittsburgh Steelers Won?
The Steelers have won six Super Bowls. They are tied for the most Super Bowl wins in NFL history along with the New England Patriots. The Steelers are 6-2 in Super Bowls for a .750 winning percentage. That's the seventh-best Super Bowl winning percentage in league history. Four teams -- the Jets, Saints, Ravens and Buccaneers -- are undefeated in their Super Bowl appearances.
Which Years Did the Pittsburgh Steelers Go to the Super Bowl?
The Steelers went to the Super Bowl in 1975, 1976, 1979, 1980, 1996, 2006, 2009 and 2011.
- 🏆 Super Bowl IX (1974-75) vs. Vikings, 16-6
- 🏆 Super Bowl X (1975-76) vs. Cowboys, 21-17
- 🏆Super Bowl XIII (1978-79) vs. Cowboys, 35-31
- 🏆Super Bowl XIV (1979-80) vs. Rams, 31-19
- ❌ Super Bowl XXX (1995-96) vs. Cowboys, 17-27
- 🏆 Super Bowl XL (2005-06) vs. Seahawks, 21-10
- 🏆 Super Bowl XLIII (2008-09) vs. Cardinals, 27-23
- ❌ Super Bowl XLV (2010-2011) vs. Packers, 25-31
Hall of Fame running back Franco Harris was the MVP in the Steelers' first Super Bowl victory in Super Bowl IX when he rushed for 158 yards in a 16-6 win against the Vikings. The following year, receiver Lynn Swann was the MVP of Super Bowl X while quarterback Terry Bradshaw won the award for his sterling performances in Super Bowls XIII and XIV against the Cowboys and Rams. Like Harris, Swann and Bradshaw are in the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
The Steelers went 15 years between Super Bowl appearances and lost Super Bowl XXX when quarterback Neil O'Donnell threw two interceptions to Cowboys cornerback Larry Brown. The Steelers returned to the Super Bowl 15 years later and beat the Seahawks behind a stifling defensive performance in a 21-10 win. Three years later, current coach Mike Tomlin won his only Super Bowl after quarterback Ben Roethlisberger threw a touchdown pass to Santonio Holmes with 42 seconds left. Holmes was awarded MVP for his performance in the game.
How Many Times Have the Pittsburgh Steelers Been to the AFC Conference Title Game?
The Steelers have appeared in 16 AFC championship games, the most of any team in NFL history. The New England Patriots have been to 15 AFC championship games.
The Steelers appeared in their first AFC championship game in 1972-73 when they lost to the Dolphins, 21-17. The Steelers beat the Raiders in the 1974-75 and 1975-76 championship games. They lost to the Raiders, 24-7, in the 1976-77 championship game. The Steelers repeated as AFC champions in 1978-79 and 1979-80 with 34-5 and 27-13 victories against the Oilers. The Steelers lost to the Dolphins in the 1984-85 AFC championship game, 45-28. The Steelers lost to the Chargers, 17-13, in the 1994-95 AFC championship game, but they beat the Colts, 20-16, in the 1995-96 championship game. The Steelers lost to the Broncos, 24-21, in the 1997-98 championship game. The Steelers lost to the Patriots, 24-17, in the 2001-02 championship game and again, 41-27, in the 2004-05 title game. The Steelers beat the Broncos, 34-17, in the 2005-06 championship game. The Steelers beat the Ravens, 23-14, in the 2008-09 title game. The Steelers beat the Jets, 24-19, in the 2010-11 championship game. In their most recent appearance in the AFC championship game, the Steelers lost to the Patriots, 36-17, in 2016-17.
Steelers Preseason Super Bowl Odds Every Year Since 2000
The Steelers Super Bowl odds are currently +5500, according to DraftKings Sportsbook. The only time the Steelers had worse odds to win the Super Bowl entering a season 2000-01 when they were +7500. Here's a look at the Steelers' preseason odds from past years.
Steelers Super Bowl Odds FAQs
The Steelers are +5500 to win the Super Bowl this year. Sixteen teams have better odds to win the Super Bowl, including the Bengals, Ravens and Browns.
The Steelers are +2800 to win the AFC. They have the 9th-best odds in the AFC. They are behind the Chiefs, Bills, Bengals, Ravens, Dolphins, Chargers, Jaguars and Browns.
You can currently bet on the Pittsburgh Steelers to win the Super Bowl at any legal sportsbook in Pennsylvania or on any legal sportsbook app available in PA, including DraftKings, FanDuel, BetMGM and Caesars. You can also bet on them to win the AFC North, the AFC, and to make or miss the playoffs.
Yes, you can bet on the Steelers to win the Super Bowl in PA. Betting on the NFL is legal in Pennsylvania. You can currently bet on the Steelers to win the Super Bowl through any legal PA sportsbook, including DraftKings, FanDuel, BetMGM and Caesars.
The Pittsburgh Steelers are tied with the New England Patriots for the most Super Bowl wins in NFL history. They have won six Super Bowls in their franchise’s history: IX, X, XIII, XIV, XL and XLIII. Those Super Bowl wins came during the 1974, 1975, 1978, 1979, 2005, and 2008 seasons.
The Pittsburgh Steelers have appeared in eight Super Bowls in their franchise history. They’ve made the Super Bowl during the following seasons: 1974, 1975, 1978, 1979, 1995, 2008 and 2010. Of those eight appearances, they have won six Super Bowl titles.