The New England Patriots (who may or may not have their top two tight ends to start the season) are the leaders at 2-to-1 to represent the AFC in the Super Bowl. Denver is second at 9-to-4 and Houston checks in at 5-to-1. The Steelers are fourth with the best odds in the AFC North.
Baltimore and Cincinnati are right behind the Steelers at 13-to-1 to represent the AFC in Super Bowl XLVIII.
The Steelers are 7-to-4 favorites to win the AFC North, with Baltimore and Cincinnati trailing them at 2-to-1. Cleveland is at 15-to-2. It's suggests the betting public expects a three-way race for the AFC North crown between three good teams. It's been between these three teams for the last two years, and another year of that seems inevitable.