Betting On The Pittsburgh Steelers To Win The Super Bowl

The Pittsburgh SteelersBetting on the Pittsburgh Steelers to win the Super Bowl is never a bad idea. They are a very historic team that seems to always seem to make their way to contention one way or another. Their offseason has been quiet but they don’t need to make any significant changes. They had an off-year in 2019 with the absence of Ben Roethlisberger but now that he is healthy and ready to return, they are right back in contending waters. During free agency, they brought in Eric Ebron who is a very solid and reliable tight end.

Their team has all the right pieces like JuJu Smith-Schuster and James Conner. They also have great surrounding pieces that could back them up to contend. Bettors should be happy to bet on Steelers whenever and wherever as we can expect to see them have a great 2020 season. As you go down the page, you will find the chances of them winning the Super Bowl, winning the AFC Championship and winning the AFC North.

Pittsburgh Steelers Playoff History

Playoff Appearances
1947, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1989, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 2001, 2002, 2004, 2005, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2020
Division Championships
1972, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1983, 1984, 1992, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 2001, 2002, 2004, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2014, 2016, 2017, 2020
Conference Championships
1974, 1975, 1978, 1979, 1995, 2005, 2008, 2010
Super Bowl Victories
1975 (IX), 1976 (X), 1979 (XIII), 1980 (XIV), 2006 (XL), 2009 (XLIII)
Super Bowl Losses
1996 (XXX), 2011 (XLV)
Super Bowl Winning Quarterbacks
Terry Bradshaw, Ben Roethlisberger
Super Bowl Winning Coaches
Chuck Noll, Bill Cowher, Mike Tomlin
Super Bowl MVPs
Franco Harris (IX), Lynn Swann (X), Terry Bradshaw (XIII, XIV), Hines Ward (XL), Santonio Holmes (XLIII)
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What Are The Steelers Odds To Win The Super Bowl?

The Steelers are looking like Super Bowl contenders yet again as their Super Bowl odds are towards the top of the oddsboard after being the team with the longest winning streak to start the season. The Steelers took a moment of regression but still find themselves as one of the favorites on the Super Bowl oddsboard at +2000. The Steelers opened the season at +1500 odds and dropped as low as +400 before jumping back down.

What Are The Pittsburgh Steelers Odds To Win The AFC Championship?

Pittsburgh is in a nice spot to make a run at the AFC Championship odds as the Steelers AFC odds are sitting at +1000 which are the fourth shortest odds of all the AFC teams. This is a steep dump off compared to where they were towards to start of the season before their late collapse as they were at +1000 but with the second shortest odds.

What Are The Pittsburgh Steelers Odds To Win The AFC North?

The Steelers have walked away with the AFC North title for the 24th time in the team's history. They finished at the top of the division with a 12-4 record which was one game ahead of both the Cleveland Browns and Baltimore Ravens who will be joining them in the playoffs with an 11-5 record. Though the Ravens were the favorite, the Steelers were the longshot in the AFC North odds.

Pittsburgh Steelers 2020 Betting Trends

  • Steelers are 2-5-2 ATS in their last 9 playoff games.
  • Steelers are 1-3-1 ATS in their last 5 playoff games as a favorite.
  • Over is 18-6-1 in Steelers last 25 playoff games.
Betting The Steelers NFL Draft

Mike Tomlin has proven to be one of the better coaches in the NFL by what he was able to do this past season. To sum it up, he almost took this team to the playoffs with a third-string quarterback. This all proves that Tomlin makes a very good decision and will continue to come NFL draft weekend. The only way to place a bet on Steelers' draft decisions is through online betting sites. This is the only place where betting lines for the NFL draft will be up and wager on because state-licensed sportsbooks don’t offer NFL event betting lines.

Projected Win Total For The Steelers

Finishing the season at 8-8 this team showed guys throughout the season and also can see a bright future moving forward. With the expectation set by online betting sites that the Steelers win will 9 games, bettors are quickly taking the wildcard mindset or outside looking in mindset for the Steelers. Nine wins are very doable when it comes to this team that played so well without their Hall Of Fame quarterback.

2020 Steelers Player Prop Bets

Super Bowl Betting PropsGoing into the 2020 regular season, NFL sportsbooks had plenty of player props available for multiple players on the Steelers rosters. Although those season-long player props have been pulled, those looking to bet on the Steelers can still bet on the single-game player props.

Ben Roethlisberger

Ben RoethlisbergerBen Roethlisberger has looked great in his bounce-back season and has put NFL sportsbooks on watch. He went into the 2020 campaign with his season total for passing yards set at 3850.50 being that he threw for over 5,000 yards in 2018 but has not yet hit the over mark here. As for his touchdown total, he has already hit the Over mark with just about one month left in the season.

Juju Smith-Schuster

Juju Smith-SchusterJuju Smith-Schuster went into the 2020 season with high expectations from NFL sportsbooks but due to the emergence of multiple receivers, he has had a hard time with his totals. His receiving yard total was set at 1099.5 yards, but Smith-Schuster has been overshadowed but his teammates which have his receiving yards not even close to the Over mark. As for this touchdown total, it was set at 6.5 and he actually has a chance to close out on the over with there still being plenty of season left.

James Conner

James ConnerConner was expected to have himself a nice year as the Steelers top running back as online sportsbooks had his season totals set at 825.5 rushing yards and 6.5 touchdowns. However, due to injuries that he has dealt with this season as well as the emergence of the passing game, he has remained with the under mark for his rushing yards thus far and is close to hitting the over for his touchdowns.

Dionte Johnson

Dionte JohnsonDionte Johnson had his season total for receiving yards set at a modest 775.5 after his solid rookie season. He has been having a solid 2020 campaign thus far but has yet to hit the over mark although he is in striking distance. With there being plenty of time left in the season, it would not be surprising if he hit it sooner rather than later.


Pittsburgh Steelers Playoff History

The Pittsburgh Steelers are one of the oldest and most well-known NFL franchises in history and certainly have the resume to back them up. They have made the playoffs 31 different times, they have 23 division championships, 8 conference championships and 6 Super Bowl wins.

Steelers Playoff Appearances

The Steelers have arguably the most playoff experience in the entire league as they have made the playoffs 31 times with just four different coaches. Their first playoff appearance came in 1947 where they were coached by Jock Sutherland. Their most notable playoff run was between 1969 and 1991 under Chuck Noll where they had 12 appearances. From 1992 to 2006 under Bill Cowher, they had added 10 more appearances and from 2007 until the present day, Mike Tomlin has led them to eight playoff appearances.

Steelers Division Championships

With the Steelers having made 31 different playoffs, they have converted 23 of those appearances into division championships. Their second coach, Chuck Noll, was able to convert 9 of their 12 playoff appearances into division titles with Terry Bradshaw at the help of the quarterback for the majority of the run along with Cliff Stoudt, Mark Malone and David Woodley. Bill Cowher led the team to eight more division championships between 1992 to 2006 and their current coach, Mike Tomlin, has led them to six division titles.

Steelers Conference Championships

The Steelers most recognizable run winning the conference title was between 1974 and 1980 where they won four conference championships. Terry Bradshaw was the one under center leading them while Chuck Noll was the coach. During Bill Cowher’s stint, he only managed to win just one conference title in 1995 and Mike Tomlin has won three of them with Big Ben Roethlisberger under center.

Steelers Super Bowl Victories

The Steelers are one of the winningest franchises when it comes to winning Super Bowls. They have six Super Bowls to their name right now. Three of their coaches have Super Bowl rings as Chuck Noll won three, Bill Cowher won once and Mike Tomlin has two. Also, Terry Bradshaw owns four of those Super Bowl rings as well while Ben Roethlisberger has two.

Their first Super Bowl was won in the 1975 season for Super Bowl IX where they defeated the Minnesota Vikings 16-6. The Steelers were seen as 3-point favorites heading into the game and covered the spread with ease. Franco Harris was named the Super Bowl MVP after putting the team on his back for 158 rushing yards and a touchdown.

Their second Super Bowl came one year later in 1976 for Super Bowl X where they took down the Dallas Cowboys 21-17. They were unable to cover the spread, however, as they were seen as 7-point favorites and only won by four points. The Super Bowl MVP here was Lynn Swann as he went for 161 receiving yards and a touchdown.

The Steelers third championship came just two years later in 1979 for Super Bowl XIII where they faced off and won against the Dallas Cowboys with a final score of 35-31. The Steelers were seen as 3.5-point favorites here and were able to cover just barely as they won by 4-points. Terry Bradshaw was named the MVP here as he put up 318 yards and four touchdowns.

The Steelers won their fourth Super Bowl just one year after this in 1980 where they defeated the Los Angeles Rams 31-19. The Steelers were seen as 10-point favorites heading into the game and covered the spread as they won by 12-points. Terry Bradshaw was named the MVP for a second straight year here after putting up 309 yards and two touchdowns.

Their fifth Super Bowl came later on in 2006 when they faced off against the Seattle Seahawks. They won with a final score of 21-10 and covered their 4-point favored spread in doing so. The Super Bowl MVP for Super Bowl XL was Hines Ward after he went for 123 receiving yards and a touchdown.

Their sixth and more recent Super Bowl championship came in 2009 where they defeated the Arizona Cardinals. The Steelers were seen as 6.5-point favorites but were unable to cover the spread as they won 27-23. The Super Bowl MVP in the game was Santonio Holmes as he went for 131 receiving yards and a touchdown.

Betting Team Props On The Steelers

Knowing how this year is going for the Steelers, fans are very excited about things moving forwards and bettors are as well. This team has made a major improvement and it can be seen the collective energy they have given. This energy also is effecting bettors as well. Placing a bet on whether the Steelers will have a total of four interceptions in a game collectively is a team prop bet that can be placed on online sportsbooks.

Betting Player Props On The Steelers

Taking player prop bets is one of the ways online sportsbooks have been helping bettors win a lot of cash. Player prop bets are when you can place bets on a player during the game. For those who pay close attention to their favorite player during the game, this is your way to make some easy cash. A brief example is James Connor rushing for over 100 yards on the game. With that bar set, you would choose whether you believe Connor would have more or less than 100 yards, place your bet and enjoy the game.