The Pittsburgh Steelers’ Super Bowl odds have improved following their 3-0 start to the season. They are one of six teams to see their odds shorten through Week 3.
The Steelers are now 18/1 to win Super Bowl LV, after being 20/1 a week ago, courtesy of BetOnline.ag.
In addition to Pittsburgh, Kansas City Chiefs, Seattle Seahawks, Green Bay Packers, Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Indianapolis Colts also saw their odds shorten. The Chiefs are still favored to repeat as Super Bowl champs at 4/1.
The Baltimore Ravens, New Orleans Saints, San Francisco 49ers and Dallas Cowboys all saw their odds lengthen after Week Three.
The Buffalo Bills and New England Patriots had their odds remain the same.
Kansas City Chiefs 4/1
Baltimore Ravens 13/2
Seattle Seahawks 15/2
Green Bay Packers 10/1
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 14/1
New Orleans Saints 16/1
San Francisco 49ers 16/1
Buffalo Bills 18/1
Pittsburgh Steelers 18/1
Steelers Hold Second-Best Betting Odds to Sign Le’Veon Bell
Following his release from the New York Jets on Tuesday night, former Steeler running back Le’Veon Bell is looking for a new home.
While plenty of contenders across the league could use his services, oddsmakers seem to think a reunion in Pittsburgh is a strong possibility.
The Steelers currently have the second-best odds to be Bell’s next team at 6/1, courtesy of SportsBetting.ag.
The Chicago Bears currently have the best odds to land Bell at 3/1. They currently own the 26th-ranked rush offense in the league, and have scored just one rushing touchdown all season after starter Tarik Cohen suffered a season-ending injury.
While the Steelers are 4-0 for the first time since 1979, Bell could certainly add some playmaking ability to the Steelers’ rushing and passing games which are both average statistically compared to the rest of the league.
Bell’s tenure in New York proved to be a disaster, as he rushed for just 863 yards and only four touchdowns through 17 games. He had no rushes over 19 yards while playing under Jets head coaches Adam Gase, and did not post a single 100-yard rushing performance.
Some of the other teams expected to pursue Bell include the Kansas City Chiefs (7/1), Cleveland Browns (15/2), Tampa Bag Buccaneers (15/2) and Tennessee Titans (8/1)
Bell spent the first five season of his career in Pittsburgh before signing with the Jets as a free agent back in 2019. He is fourth in franchise history in rushing yards (5,335) and touchdowns (35). He also caught 312 passes for 2,660 yards and seven touchdowns as a Steeler, with receptions and yards the most by a running back in team history. Bell was selected to three Pro Bowls and was twice named First-Team All-Pro.
Steelers’ Super Bowl Odds Improve Following 4-0 Start
Following their first 4-0 start since 1979, the Pittsburgh Steelers’ odds to win Super Bowl LV have shortened again.
The Steelers are now list at 16/1 to hoist the Lombardi Trophy in Tampa, Florida. They were previously 22/1 last week.
Pittsburgh was one of six teams to see their odds shorten following Week 5, as did Baltimore, New Orleans, Cleveland, New England and the Los Angeles Rams.
The Kansas City Chiefs, Green Bay Packers, Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Indianapolis Colts all have longer odds after five weeks. The Chiefs are still favored to repeat as Super Bowl winners at 4/1.
The Seattle Seahawks and Buffalo Bills had their odds remain the same at 15/2 and 14/1, respectively.
When the Steelers last started 4-0 in 1979, they ended the season by winning Super Bowl XIII, their fourth in franchise history.
Steelers Open as 4-Point Favorites over Browns
The Pittsburgh Steelers have opened as four-point favorites at home against the Cleveland Browns, according to odds released Sunday by Sports Betting Dime.
The Steelers are 4-0 this season after Sunday’s win over the Philadelphia Eagles. They also own victories over the New York Giants, Denver Broncos and Houston Texans.
The Browns are 4-1, winning at home over the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday to go with wins over the Cincinnati Bengals, Washington and the Dallas Cowboys after a season-opening loss to the Baltimore Ravens.
The Steelers are 3-1 against the spread, covering a 7.5-point line against the Eagles and also covering against the Giants and Texans, but failing to cover six points in a five-point win over Denver.
Cleveland is 3-2 against the spread, covering a one-point spread in a 32-23 win over the Colts. The Browns have won against the spread three straight weeks, winning outright as a road underdog at Dallas in Week 4 and easily covering 7.5 in a blowout win over Washington.
The point total of Sunday’s game, which will kick off at 1 p.m. at Heinz Field, is 51.
The Browns and Steelers split their games in 2019 and Pittsburgh went 1-0-1 against Cleveland in 2018 after an early season tie snapped the Steelers’ six-game win streak against their nearest rivals.
The Steelers have won eight of the last 10 games between the teams overall and 15 straight at Heinz Field, where the Browns have won just once since the stadium opened in 2001.
Pittsburgh has not won four straight games to begin a year since the club won the first four games of the 1979 season. In 1978, the Steelers started 7-0.
Cleveland has won four straight games for the first time since closing the 2009 season on a four-game winning streak. The Browns started that year 1-11.