Steelers Super Bowl odds following Justin Fields, Kenny Pickett trades

Jan 7, 2024; Green Bay, Wisconsin, USA;  Chicago Bears quarterback Justin Fields (1) during warmups
Jan 7, 2024; Green Bay, Wisconsin, USA; Chicago Bears quarterback Justin Fields (1) during warmups / Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports

The Pittsburgh Steelers' quarterback room will look very different in 2024. Instead of Kenny Pickett and Mason Rudolph, it'll be Russell Wilson and Justin Fields who will be leading the Steelers.

The Steelers' Super Bowl odds remained unchanged when they signed Russell Wilson, does getting Fields as another option at the position change anything? Let's take a look.

Steelers Super Bowl Odds After Justin Fields Trade

Believe it or not, we have seen some improvement in the Steelers' odds to win Super Bowl 59 after trading for the Bears' quarterback. Just a couple of weeks ago, the Steelers were +7000 to lift the Lombardi Trophy. Now, they've improved to +6000. To put those numbers in simpler terms, Pittsburgh's chances of winning the Super Bowl improved from 1.41% to 1.64%.

It's not a massive improvement, but it is worth noting. At this point, if you were to bet $100 on the Steelers to win it all, you'd earn a profit of $6,000 if they're able to achieve the improbable feat.

Signing Wilson and trading for Fields aren't the only moves the Steelers have made this offseason. Arguably their biggest move was signing linebacker Patrick Queen, who will make an immediate impact on the Steelers' defense. They also acquired CB Donte Jackson from a trade with the Carolina Panthers. Those two moves alone have beefed up their defense and have given T.J. Watt some help.

Additionally, they've signed WR Van Jefferson, S Miles Killebrew, and re-signed DT Montravius Adams.

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