• Pregame.com has a 10-1 line for the Steelers as well. They are tied with Green Bay for the third-best odds, but New England and Philadelphia are both on top.
• Bovada has a 12-1 line for the Steelers. They are tied with Minnesota but also behind the Patriots, Eagles and Packers.
The lines are all different, but the Steelers are the top team in the AFC North on all three of those sportsbooks. The other teams in the AFC North are not expected to contend:
• The Baltimore Ravens have 40-1 or 50-1 odds to win depending on the sportsbook one looks through.
• The Cincinnati Bengals are in the bottom five of all of these sportsbook lines. They have 66-1 odds at Bovada and 125-1 odds on Pregame.com.
• The Cleveland Browns have the worst odds on all of these sportsbooks. They have a 175-1 line at Pregame.com.
• The New England Patriots will compete with Tom Brady still being there. But there is a chance that tight end Rob Gronkowski might retire.
• The Philadelphia Eagles will aim to defend their Super Bowl title. But there might be a debate over whether Nick Foles or Carson Wentz is the right quarterback at the time.
• Aaron Rodgers will be healthy again to get the Green Bay Packers rolling.
• The Los Angeles Rams are growing with Jared Goff and Todd Gurley being very strong competitors.
• The health of Deshaun Watson and J.J. Watt will surely give the Houston Texans a chance to win big in the coming year.
What are the odds that the @steelers will win the Super Bowl next season? Not as good as the Eagles and Patriots. See who is most likely (and least likely) to win #SB53 according to oddsmakers in Vegas!— upgrūv (@upgruv) February 5, 2018
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