Steelers Super Bowl 59 odds (Oddsmakers have no faith in Pittsburgh in 2024)

Jan 15, 2024; Orchard Park, New York, USA; Pittsburgh Steelers running back Najee Harris (22) runs
Jan 15, 2024; Orchard Park, New York, USA; Pittsburgh Steelers running back Najee Harris (22) runs / Mark Konezny-USA TODAY Sports

Against all odds, the Pittsburgh Steelers once again made the NFL Playoffs, but similarly to what we've seen in recent postseason appearances, it was short-lived, losing to the Buffalo Bills in the opening round.

The Steelers now sit in "No Man's Land". They're consistently in the playoff picture but are never good enough to go on a deep run or to be considered Super Bowl contenders. So, where do they go from here? Do they rebuild? Do they try to load up on pieces in free agency? Only time will tell what they decide to do.

One thing for certain is the Steelers need to decide who will be their quarterback in the upcoming season. They can choose between Kenny Pickett, and Mason Rudolph, or possibly go a different direction entirely.

In terms of their odds to win next year's Super Bowl, things aren't looking good. I'm sorry, Steelers fans, but oddsmakers have next to no faith in Pittsburgh being a contender in 2024.

Let's take a look.

Steelers' odds to win Super Bowl in 2025

FanDuel Sportsbook has the Steelers' odds set at +9000 to win Super Bowl 59. That's the 26th-longest odds in the NFL. Only the Broncos, Commanders, Patriots, Titans, Giants, and Panthers are listed further down the odds list than the Steelers.

If you translate those odds to implied probability, the Steelers have just a 1.1% chance of winning the Super Bowl. If you were to bet $100 on them, you'd win a profit of $9,000 if they're able to achieve the feat.

The Steelers have a lot of issues to figure out this offseason, especially on offense. They were 22nd in yards per play and 28th in points per game last season and no matter who they decide to go with between Pickett and Rudolph, do you have faith in either of them to be able to lead this team to a championship?

They have some pieces to build around on defense, but unless you can score points consistently, it's tough to compete in the NFL. With that being said, they still have one of the best coaches in the league, and with a few smart moves this offseason, there's certainly a chance they return to the playoffs.

If you think the Steelers are being disrespected when it comes to their odds to win the Super Bowl, then I encourage you to bet on them. If you sign up for an account at FanDuel using the link below, you'll receive $150 in bonus bets if you win your first $5 wager.

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