The 2020 NFL season has just come to a close. While the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are celebrating their Super Bowl LV victory, many have moved on and are looking to the 2021 season. Of course, this means the odds for winning next year’s Super Bowl have already been set by some betting outlets.
When it comes to the Pittsburgh Steelers, where they lie in regards to the rest of the NFL depends on where you want to place your wager.
For one example, according to betonline.ag the Steelers have 33/1 to win next year’s Super Bowl. These odds have the Steelers 17th in the NFL for the 2021 season. Finishing just ahead of the Steelers at 28/1 odds are the Indianapolis Colts, Los Angeles Chargers, New Orleans Saints, and Tennessee Titans. Finishing just behind the Steelers at 40/1 odds are the Arizona Cardinals and the Philadelphia Eagles.
Other teams at the top of the list include the Kansas City Chiefs with the best odds at 5/1 followed by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at 9/1 odds.
As for the AFC North, the Baltimore Ravens come in at 16/1 odds and the Cleveland Browns are 20/1 odds. The Cincinnati Bengals are tied for the longest odds at 75/1.
Like many things, the source of the information is very important when it comes to these odds. If you’re looking for the greatest payout for betting on the Steelers, then the above odds are where you want to go. If you’re looking at where the Steelers are in relation to the rest of the NFL, another source is sportsbettingdime.com where the Steelers are ranked 9th in the league. Instead of the 33/1 odds given before, the Steelers are being given 25/1 odds.
According to sportsbettingdime.com, the Kansas City Chiefs are in the top spot as well but with 13/2 odds. The next teams are the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Green Bay Packers tied at 11/1 odds. The Steelers are ranked just behind the Seattle Seahawks at 24/1 odds and just ahead of the Tennessee Titans at 28/1 odds.
The Baltimore Ravens still have the best odds to win the Super Bowl in the AFC North, but their odds are 13/2. The Steelers are ahead of the Cleveland Browns according to sportsbettingdime.com who are at 29/1 odds. The Cincinnati Bengals or among those at the bottom of the league with 150/1 odds.
Other information given by sportsbettingdime.com is the odds to win the 2021 NFL MVP. Surprisingly, Ben Roethlisberger makes the list at number 14 with 45/1 odds. Roethlisberger comes just ahead of Dalvin Cook and Dak Prescott with 49/1 odds and just behind Matt Ryan at 41/1 odds. Patrick Mahomes has the best odds at 7/1 to take home the 2021 NFL MVP
As you can see, exactly where teams lie when it comes to the 2021 season depends on who is making the determination. As free agency and the NFL draft come about, these odds are sure to change. As they do, BTSC will continue to update you to see how these so-called experts are evaluating the Steelers 2021 season before it even gets underway.