Steelers 2017 Odds To Win Super Bowl LII Now 16/1, Per Bovada

It doesn’t appear as though the oddsmakers were too impressed by the Pittsburgh Steelers offseason moves and recent draft haul.

On Wednesday, the popular online betting website Bovada released their updated Super Bowl LII futures odds for the 2017 season and they now have the Steelers listed at 16/1.

During the offseason, the Steelers signed outside unrestricted free agents Tyson AlualuCoty Sensabaugh, Knile Davis and Justin Hunter. They also re-signed unrestricted free agents Landry Jones, David Johnson, James Harrison, Greg Warren and Steven Johnson.

As far as unrestricted free agents lost by the Steelers to other teams during the offseason, Lawrence Timmons, Markus Wheaton and Jarvis Jones all signed elsewhere.

The Steelers 2017 draft haul included the team addressing several needs and those selections where highlighted by them using their first-round pick on former Wisconsin edge-rusher T.J. Watt.

After last season’s Super Bowl concluded, the Steelers were listed by Bovada at 10/1 to win it all in 2017. Those odds even long preceded Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger formally announcing that he would indeed return for at least one more season as well as wide receiver Martavis Bryant being conditionally reinstated for the 2017 season by commissioner Roger Goodell.

As you can see below, the Steelers and Houston Texans are now both listed at 16/1 to win Super Bowl LII, which will be played in Houston. Additionally, the New England Patriots and Oakland Raiders are the only two AFC teams currently with better odds than the Steelers. The Raiders, by the way, were last given 16/1 odds by Bovada while the Patriots were the favorites in in early February at 19/4.

As for the other three teams in the AFC North division, only the Cleveland Browns had their future odds changed by Bovada as they went from 150/1 to 200/1.

Bovada Super Bowl LII Futures: (5/3/17)

New England Patriots 7/2
Dallas Cowboys 12/1
Green Bay Packers 12/1
Seattle Seahawks 12/1
Atlanta Falcons 12/1
Oakland Raiders 12/1
Pittsburgh Steelers 16/1
Houston Texans 16/1
Denver Broncos 18/1
New York Giants 20/1
Kansas City Chiefs 25/1
Carolina Panthers 33/1
Minnesota Vikings 33/1
Indianapolis Colts 33/1
Arizona Cardinals 33/1
New Orleans Saints 33/1
Tennessee Titans 40/1
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 40/1
Baltimore Ravens 40/1
Cincinnati Bengals 50/1
Miami Dolphins 50/1
Washington Redskins 50/1
Philadelphia Eagles 50/1
Detroit Lions 66/1
Los Angeles Chargers 75/1
Buffalo Bills 100/1
Jacksonville Jaguars 100/1
Chicago Bears 100/1
Los Angeles Rams 150/1
New York Jets 150/1
San Francisco 49ers 200/1
Cleveland Browns 200/1

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