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Steelers Super Bowl Odds Slow to Rise Despite Splashy Offseason



Pittsburgh Steelers QB Justin Fields Super Bowl Odds

The Pittsburgh Steelers are, by all accounts, having a strong offseason under general manager Omar Khan, with the team pulling off a pair of significant moves at the quarterback position for minimal cost, and also upgrading their defense with the acquisition of former Baltimore Ravens linebacker Patrick Queen. But even with Queen and quarterbacks Justin Fields and Russell Wilson on board, the Steelers’ Super Bowl odds aren’t improving much.

The Steelers started the official NFL offseason at +7,500 to win Super Bowl LIX in New Orleans next February. Despite the flurry of activity, they’ve moved to just +5,000 to win the Super Bowl, according to DraftKings Sportsbook as of Monday morning, leapfrogging only one team in the process.

Pittsburgh has the worst Super Bowl odds of any team in the AFC North, and the sixth-worst of any AFC team. The lone team they’ve passed so far this offseason in Super Bowl odds is in the Indianapolis Colts, who are now behind the Steelers at +6,000.

The Steelers odds of winning the AFC North have shortened, from +1,100 at the start of free agency, to +850 now, but they are still a distant fourth of the four squads in the division. The Baltimore Ravens are the favorites at +115, followed by the Cincinnati Bengals at +165 and the Cleveland Browns at +600.

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