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Steelers Have Worst Super Bowl Odds of Any Playoff Team



Steelers CB Joey Porter Jr. Super Bowl Odds
Pittsburgh Steelers cornerback Joey Porter Jr. in a game against the Baltimore Ravens on Jan. 6, 2024. -- Ed Thompson / Steelers Now

The 14-team playoff field is set for the 2023 NFL postseason, and the oddsmakers do not like the Pittsburgh Steelers chances of being the last team standing after the end of Super Bowl LVIII. The Steelers have the worst odds of winning the Super Bowl of any remaining team, according to odds posted early Monday by ESPN Bet.

The Steelers have +15,000 odds to win the Super Bowl, the longest of the long shots. The implied odds give the Steelers a less than 1% chance of winning the Super Bowl.

The next-lowest odds are the Green Bay Packers at +10,000. The next-lowest odds of an AFC team belong to the Houston Texans at +4,000.

Despite the long odds, the Steelers actually got a good-sized bump in their chances after making the playoffs on the last week of the regular season. The Steelers entered Week 18 with +25,000 odds to win Super Bowl LVIII.

The San Francisco 49ers have the best odds at +225, followed by the Baltimore Ravens at +325 and Buffalo Bills at +600.

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San Francisco 49ers +225
Baltimore Ravens +325
Buffalo Bills +600
Dallas Cowboys +750
Kansas City Chiefs +900
Philadelphia Eagles +1,400
Detroit Lions +1,800
Miami Dolphins +1,800
Cleveland Browns +2,500
Houston Texans +4,000
Los Angeles Rams +5,000
Tampa Bay Buccaneers +7,500
Green Bay Packers +10,000
Pittsburgh Steelers +15,000

The Steelers will face the Buffalo Bills in the first round. As the No. 7 seed, their second-round opponent is already locked in. Should the Steelers win in Buffalo, they will return to Baltimore for the Divisional Round.