The Pittsburgh Steelers’ Super Bowl odds held firm following their Week 17 loss to the Cleveland Browns, and are the eighth-best in the league heading into the playoffs.
The Steelers are 22/1 to win Super Bowl LV in Tampa.
Pittsburgh was one of three teams to see their Super Bowl odds remain the same, as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Indianapolis Colts saw theirs stay stagnant at 10/1 and 33/1, respectively.
The Steelers snap a streak of four-straight weeks where their odds lengthened since their 11-0 start, worsening for the final time in their comeback win over the Colts in Week 16.
Pittsburgh’s path to the Super Bowl begins Sunday night, as they will host Cleveland for a rematch in primetime.
The Kansas City Chiefs remain the favorites, but surprisingly saw their odds lengthen for the second-straight week, and now are 2/1 to win the Super Bowl.
New Orleans (8/1), Seattle (12/1) and Los Angeles (28/1) also saw their odds lengthen entering the postseason in the NFC.
The Green Bay Packers and Buffalo Bills both saw their odds shorten following Week 17 victories, and are now 19/4 and 7/1 to hoist the Lombardi Trophy in February.
Baltimore, Tennessee, Cleveland, Chicago and Washington saw their odds shorten as well.