The Pittsburgh Steelers have seen their Super Bowl odds plummet following their third-straight loss, a 27-17 defeat at the hands of the Cincinnati Bengals.
Pittsburgh’s odds have lengthened to 20/1 after the loss, down from 12/1 last week, courtesy of BetOnline.
With the loss in Cincinnati, the Steelers became the first team since 2009 to start a season 11-0 and then lose three consecutive games. The Saints lost their undefeated season by losing three straight to end the regular season before winning the Super Bowl.
Pittsburgh was not the only contender to see their odds worsen following a Week 15 loss, as the Los Angeles Rams’ Super Bowl odds dropped to 14/1 after they were upset by the struggling New York Jets.
A number of teams across the league saw their Super Bowl LV odds shorten, including the Baltimore Ravens and Cleveland Browns, who are now 16/1 and 33/1, respectively.
The Kansas City Chiefs continue to be the Super Bowl favorites by far, as they saw their odds shorten again to 7/4.