Steelers Now Listed At 12/1 To Win AFC In 2014

While the Pittsburgh Steelers are still listed as 33/1 to win Super Bowl XLIX, they are now listed at 12/1 to win the AFC, according to the most recent Bovada update.

Both the Steelers and Cincinnati Bengals are listed at +200 to win the AFC North.

Growing confidence from the betting public? That’s the way it appears.

The Steelers wrapped up their mandatory minicamp practices on Thursday and have to be one of the healthiest teams in the league right now heading into training camp.

Odds to Win the 2014 AFC North
Cincinnati Bengals+200
Pittsburgh Steelers+200
Baltimore Ravens+250
Cleveland Browns500
Odds to Win 2015 AFC Conference
Denver Broncos9/4
New England Patriots3/1
Indianapolis Colts8/1
Pittsburgh Steelers12/1
Cincinnati Bengals16/1
Baltimore Ravens18/1
Kansas City Chiefs18/1
San Diego Chargers18/1
Houston Texans22/1
Cleveland Browns25/1
Miami Dolphins25/1
New York Jets28/1
Buffalo Bills40/1
Tennessee Titans40/1
Oakland Raiders50/1
Jacksonville Jaguars100/1

  • steelant

    i think afc playoffs will be broncos,patriots,colts,steelers,ravens,bengals

  • Aric Brown

    Don’t sleep on the Texans, Chargers, and Chiefs

  • Kevin Gobleck

    ehh Texans have no offense though, granted they have Andre Johnson who doesn’t play for the team right now, and Arian Foster who is constantly hurt, soo there defense is good but not good enough to out score opposing offenses

  • Kevin Gobleck

    I say San Diego makes it in over Baltimore this year, gut feeling

  • Jacob Dixon

    Don’t think ravens will make playoffs I think the chargers

  • letownia

    Seems like a fair ranking to me. I’m surprised the browns are that high, but I guess their roster has a lot of talent.

  • Steeler Fanatic

    I read an article about a month ago that somebody put a lot of money down on the Browns winning it… so Vegas had to adjust the odds accordingly.

  • Steeler Fanatic

    When Vegas starts changing the odds, it’s because the bettors are leaning on the Steelers or they truly see something that puts them there.