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Updating the Pittsburgh Steelers odds to win the AFC North, and the Super Bowl

Taking an look at the 2020 Pittsburgh Steelers’ odds for both team, and individual awards.

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The Pittsburgh Steelers weren’t always favored to win the AFC North, let alone to represent the AFC in Super Bowl 55. Nonetheless, after a 11-2 start, things have changed. The Steelers are now the odds-on favorites to win the AFC North division, and have fallen significantly behind the Kansas City Chiefs to represent the AFC, and win, the upcoming Super Bowl.

Take a look at the latest Super Bowl odds (All of the below odds are courtesy of BetOnline):

Odds to Win Super Bowl LV

12/9/20 Current (12/15/2020)

Kansas City Chiefs 9/4 9/5

Green Bay Packers 8/1 7/1

New Orleans Saints 5/1 8/1

Los Angeles Rams 12/1 10/1

Buffalo Bills 18/1 12/1

Pittsburgh Steelers 8/1 12/1

Seattle Seahawks 14/1 12/1

Tampa Bay Buccaneers 14/1 12/1

Baltimore Ravens 25/1 20/1

Tennessee Titans 28/1 28/1

Indianapolis Colts 33/1 33/1

Cleveland Browns 35/1 40/1


Odds to Win the AFC Championship

12/9/20 Current (12/15/2020)

Kansas City Chiefs 11/10 5/6

Buffalo Bills 17/2 6/1

Pittsburgh Steelers 4/1 6/1

Baltimore Ravens 12/1 10/1

Tennessee Titans 14/1 14/1

Indianapolis Colts 16/1 16/1

Cleveland Browns 16/1 20/1


Odds to Win AFC North

12/9/20 Current (12/15/2020)

Pittsburgh Steelers 1/40 1/33

Cleveland Browns 12/1 14/1


2020 Regular Season MVP

12/9/20 Current (12/15/2020)

Patrick Mahomes 1/4 1/2

Aaron Rodgers 11/4 6/5

Derrick Henry 80/1 33/1

Josh Allen (QB) 10/1 33/1

Russell Wilson 25/1 50/1

Ben Roethlisberger 40/1 Off the Board

Tom Brady 66/1 Off the Board


Defensive Player of the Year

Aaron Donald 2/3

TJ Watt 3/1

Xavien Howard 4/1

Myles Garrett 5/1


Offensive Rookie Of The Year

12/9/20 Current (12/15/2020)

Justin Herbert 1/3 1/8

Justin Jefferson 9/4 9/2

Tua Tagovailoa 18/1 33/1

Chase Claypool 22/1 Off the Board

James Robinson 25/1 Off the Board


AP Coach of the Year 2020

12/9/20 Current (12/15/2020)

Ron Rivera 5/1 2/1

Mike Tomlin 2/1 9/4

Brian Flores 3/1 9/2

Kevin Stefanski 4/1 11/2

Sean McDermott 14/1 12/1

Andy Reid 33/1 16/1

Sean McVay 33/1 16/1

Sean Payton 12/1 16/1


Be sure to stay tuned to BTSC for the latest news and notes surrounding the Steelers as they prepare for the Cincinnati Bengals in Week 15 of the 2020 regular season.