For the first time this season, the Pittsburgh Steelers have seen their Super Bowl odds lengthen following their loss to Washington on Monday night.
Pittsburgh is now 8/1 to win Super Bowl LV in Tampa, down from 11/2 last week, courtesy of BetOnline.
The Steelers had seen their odds shorten every week along their 11-0 unbeaten run to begin the 2020 season, but have dropped after their first loss to a sub-.500 Washington team.
The Kansas City Chiefs are still the Super Bowl favorites at 9/4, shortened from 11/4 just last week. The New Orleans Saints (5/1), Green Bay Packers (8/1) and Los Angeles Rams (12/1) all saw their odds shorten as well.
Along with the Steelers, the Seattle Seahawks and Tampa Bay Buccaneers also saw their odds lengthen following Week 13, and now both sit at 14/1.