Super Bowl Path: Pittsburgh Steelers Future Betting Odds

Will Mitch Trubisky be the Answer at Quarterback for the Pittsburgh Steelers in 2022?

Will Questions at QB Keep Steelers from Returning to Playoffs?

Even though the Pittsburgh Steelers have made the playoffs in six of the last eight seasons and are just six years removed from playing in the AFC championship game, expectations are pretty low for the team heading into the 2022 season.

The retirement of quarterback Ben Roethlisberger has something to do with that. While Mitch Trubisky, a former top-five NFL pick, is expected to start the season as the starting quarterback, will he be the starter at season’s end? That is all part of the Pittsburgh Steelers future betting odds.

With running back Najee Harris, receivers Chase Claypool and Diontae Johnson, tight end Pat Freiermuth, and promising rookie receiver George Pickens, this offense has the potential to be a much better than some people might be projecting.

Take a look at the PointSpreads page, and keep updated with the NFL news, and many more player totals in our Pittsburgh Steelers stats.

Team Odds

Pittsburgh Steelers Future Betting Odds to Win the Super Bowl LVII

Rot Odds to Win Super Bowl LVII Moneyline
101 Buffalo Bills     +450
102 Tampa Bay Buccaneers     +850
103 Kansas City Chiefs     +750
104 Los Angeles Rams     +1200
105 Green Bay Packers     +1000
106 Los Angeles Chargers     +2000
107 San Francisco 49ers     +1800
108 Denver Broncos     +2500
109 Dallas Cowboys     +3300
110 Cleveland Browns     +4000
111 Baltimore Ravens     +1600
112 Cincinnati Bengals     +2800
113 Indianapolis Colts     +4000
114 Arizona Cardinals     +6600
115 Tennessee Titans     +6600
116 Miami Dolphins     +1600
117 Philadelphia Eagles     +800
118 Las Vegas Raiders     +7500
119 New Orleans Saints     +6000
120 New England Patriots     +7000
121 Minnesota Vikings     +2200
122 Pittsburgh Steelers     +12500
123 Washington Commanders     +12500
124 Chicago Bears     +20000
125 Seattle Seahawks     +50000
126 New York Giants     +10000
127 Atlanta Falcons     +30000
128 Carolina Panthers     +12500
129 Detroit Lions     +10000
130 Jacksonville Jaguars     +5000
131 New York Jets     +25000
132 Houston Texans     +50000
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Pittsburgh Steelers Future Betting Odds to Win the AFC Conference

Rot Odds to win AFC Conference Moneyline
221 Buffalo Bills     +250
222 Kansas City Chiefs     +350
223 Los Angeles Chargers     +1100
224 Denver Broncos     +1200
225 Cleveland Browns     +2000
226 Baltimore Ravens     +800
227 Cincinnati Bengals     +1400
228 Indianapolis Colts     +1600
229 Tennessee Titans     +3000
230 Miami Dolphins     +850
231 Las Vegas Raiders     +4000
232 New England Patriots     +4000
233 Pittsburgh Steelers     +6600
234 Jacksonville Jaguars     +2800
235 New York Jets     +12500
236 Houston Texans     +25000
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Pittsburgh Steelers Future Betting Odds to Win the North Division


Pittsburgh Steelers Future Betting Odds to Win the Regular Season:

ROT PITTSBURGH STEELERS – 2022-2023 NFL REGULAR SEASON WINS MONEYLINE
3501 Over 7½ Wins -125
3502 Under 7½ Wins -105

Pittsburgh Steelers Future Betting Odds to Make the Playoffs


It is easy to look at Mitch Trubisky as a bust considering that he was selected eight spots before Super Bowl-winning quarterback Patrick Mahomes in the 2017 NFL Draft.

Trubisky was 11-3 as the starting quarterback for the Chicago Bears in 2018 and between the 2018 and 2019 campaigns, he was 19-10 as a starter, completing nearly 65% of his passes with 6361 yards to go with 41 touchdowns and only 22 interceptions. The players at the skill positions with the 2022 Steelers are better than the ones he worked with in Chicago so it will be worth watching how well he fares. That will be a key piece when looking at the Pittsburgh Steelers future betting odds.

Rookie Kenny Pickett will be the Pittsburgh starting quarterback at some point, but will it happen in the 2022 season?

Former Bear Trubisky Ready for Second Chance with Steelers

Mitchell Trubisky

Mitchell Trubisky
Source NFL.com
  • Passing Yards: 2753
  • Touchdowns: 16.5
  • Interceptions: 11

Trubisky didn’t see much action a season ago as the backup to Josh Allen in Buffalo. Perhaps that season has given Trubisky a different view of things and he won’t need to feel the weight of the world on his shoulders.

The Steelers should be able to complete more passes down the field than they did a season ago as long as the offensive line can hold up. That is a big if. Other rookie quarterbacks are generating more buzz during the preseason than Pickett and that is good news for Trubisky.

Harris Ready to Hit the Ground Running for Steelers

When looking at the Pittsburgh Steelers stats, Najee Harris led all rookies with 1,200 rushing yards a season ago and his 74 receptions were the fourth most among the 2021 draftees. There is still some room to grow.

The Steelers won both games when Harris averaged more than five yards per carry a season ago and will be looking for more efforts like that from their go-to back in 2022.

Najee Harris

Najee Harris
Source NFL.com
  • Rushing Yards: 1100.5
  • Rushing Touchdowns: 6.5 (-130o)

One number that stands out with Harris during his rookie season is 3.9 as in his 3.9 yards per carrying. There were 18 players with at least 200 rushing attempts during the 2021 season and only Alvin Kamara of New Orleans, former Steeler James Conner of Arizona and Chicago’s David Montgomery averaged fewer yards per attempt than Harris.

Some of that can be attributed to the offensive line, but look for Harris to be more productive in his sophomore season than he was in 2021.

Chase Claypool

Chase Claypool
Source NFL.com
  • Receptions: 59.5 (-125o)
  • Rushing Yards: 750.5
  • Rushing Touchdowns: 4½ (even odds to go over)  

Other than seeing his touchdown catches fall from nine to two, the numbers for Claypool in 2021 were pretty close to what he put up in his rookie season.

After having 873 and 860 receiving yards in his first two seasons, the projections have him coming in under 800 yards. That is a sign of the uncertainty at the quarterback position.

Claypool has all the gifts necessary to be an elite NFL receiver; however, he has caught just 56.5% of his targets in his first two seasons. That is a ratio that needs to improve when looking at the NFL future odds.

Johnson figures to be popular once again

Diontae Johnson

Diontae Johnson
Source NFL.com
  • Receptions: 84.5
  • Receiving Yards: 1000.5
  • Receiving Touchdowns: 6.5 (+110o)

During the last two seasons, Johnson has been targeted at least 10 times on 24 occasions. The Steelers are 14-9-1 in those contests compared to a 6-3 record when the ball is intended for Johnson fewer than 10 times.

Johnson figures to be heavily involved in the Pittsburgh passing offense once again regardless of who is playing quarterback. He isn’t as dynamic of an athlete as Claypool but he is more reliable so another 1,000-yard season is a distinct possibility.

Pat Freiermuth

Pat Freiermuth
Source NFL.com
  • Receptions: 60.5
  • Receiving Yards: 555.5
  • Receiving Touchdowns: 4.5 (-130o)

After coming up with just 13 catches in the first five games of his rookie season, Freiermuth became a bigger part of the Pittsburgh passing game. Freiermuth was targeted 66 times over the final 11 regular season games and he caught 76% of the passes that came his way.

The projections are close to his rookie numbers. It would not be a surprise to see him top those numbers in 2022.

Pittsburgh Steelers Future Betting Odds FAQs

What are the odds of the Pittsburgh Steelers winning Super Bowl LVII?

As of the preseason, the Pittsburgh Steelers are priced at +6000 to win Super Bowl LVII.

How many games are the Pittsburgh Steelers expected to win for the 2022-23 season?

Oddsmakers have set the Pittsburgh Steelers regular-season win total at 7½ wins for the 2022-23 season.

Which Pittsburgh Steelers player has the best chance to win the 2022-23 regular-season MVP award?

Quarterback Mitchell Trubisky tops the MVP regular-season odds board among Pittsburgh Steelers players, paying out at +8000 to win the award.
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