Steelers 2013 Over/Under Win Total Opens At Nine At Bovada

The online betting website Bovada released their over/under win total odds on Wednesday for all 32 teams and the Pittsburgh Steelers lead all of the AFC North teams with an over/under win total in 2013 of nine with an equal -115 line for over and under.

The defending Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens and the Cincinnati Bengals are both listed at 8.5 with an equal -115 line on the Ravens and a -135 for the over on the Bengals.

The Cleveland Browns bring up the rear in the AFC North with an over/under win total number of six with an equal -115 betting line.

Tops in the league are the Denver Broncos, New England Patriots and the San Francisco 49ers with over/under win total numbers of 11.5, but the 49ers number is likely to drop quickly after news surfaced on Wednesday that wide receiver Michael Crabtree has torn his Achilles\’ during the start of OTA\’s.

2013 Regular Season Win Total Over/Under Numbers Per Bovada

Denver Broncos 11 1/2
New England Patriots 11 1/2
San Francisco 49ers 11 1/2
Green Bay Packers 10 1/2
Houston Texans 10 1/2
Seattle Seahawks 10 1/2
Atlanta Falcons 10
New Orleans Saints 9 1/2
New York Giants 9
Pittsburgh Steelers 9
Baltimore Ravens 8 1/2
Chicago Bears 8 1/2
Cincinnati Bengals 8 1/2
Dallas Cowboys 8 1/2
Indianapolis Colts 8 1/2
Washington Redskins 8 1/2
Detroit Lions 7 1/2
Miami Dolphins 7 1/2
Minnesota Vikings 7 1/2
San Diego Chargers 7 1/2
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 7 1/2
Carolina Panthers 7
Kansas City Chiefs 7
Philadelphia Eagles 7
St. Louis Rams 7
Buffalo Bills 6 1/2
New York Jets 6 1/2
Tennessee Titans 6 1/2
Cleveland Browns 6
Arizona Cardinals 5 1/2
Oakland Raiders 5 1/2
Jacksonville Jaguars 5
  • TJimmy

    It would really surprise me if Arians couldn’t get 6 wins out of Carson Palmer

  • StarSpangledSteeler

    The interesting thing to me is they have us above the Bengals and Ravens. I would have to agree we are the narrow favorites at this point.

  • steeltown

    Very tough Division over there.. also look at their schedule, besides the Carolina, Jacksonville and Tennessee games, its pretty brutal