The Pittsburgh Steelers may have snapped a three-game losing streak with their win over the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday, but oddsmakers appear unconvinced.
Although the Steelers at least temporarily righted the shin in the comeback victory, they still saw their Super Bowl odds drop.
Pittsburgh is now 22/1 to win Super Bowl LV in Tampa, down from 20/1 last week, courtesy of BetOnline.
This marks the fourth-straight weeks the Steelers’ championship odds have lengthened, possibly signaling that Vegas sees the come from behind win over the Colts as fool’s gold.
Surprisingly, the Kansas City Chiefs also saw their Super Bowl odds lengthen following a win, albeit a narrow one, over the Atlanta Falcons. This is just the second time their odds have worsened all season.
The Los Angeles Rams dropped as well after a loss Sunday and are now 25/1.
The Green Bay Packers, Buffalo Bills, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Seattle Seahawks and Baltimore Ravens all have shorter odds following Week 16 wins. Green Bay has the second-best odds in the league to win Super Bowl LV at 21/4.
The New Orleans Saints remained stagnant at 15/2.