Odds have been released for who will be the Pittsburgh Steelers’ starting quarterback next season, and current backup Mason Rudolph is the favorite.
Rudolph is 3/2 to begin the season under center for Pittsburgh in 2022, courtesy of BetOnline.
According to Vegas, the next likeliest option is that Pittsburgh’s next starter will be a quarterback they select in April’s draft. Those odds are 3/1.
Ben Roethlisberger is 4/1 to return as the starter in 2022, while current third stringer Dwayne Haskins is 5/1. A potential free agent signing is also 5/1.
Interestingly enough, the possibility of a quarterback acquired by trade taking over as the Steelers’ starter next season has the longest odds at 7/1. What does that signify? Oddsmakers are not confident Aaron Rodgers or Russell Wilson will be suiting up for Pittsburgh next year.