Pittsburgh Steelers Betting

The Pittsburgh Steelers is one of two NFL franchises in Pennsylvania. The Steelers are one of the most successful franchises in NFL history and have dedicated fans around the world. Once online sportsbooks launch in PA later this year, expect a ton of Pittsburgh Steelers betting along with action on all games across the National Football League.

Learn more about this historic franchise, including what you can expect from the team in 2019 and more about Pittsburgh Steelers betting.

Iconic Franchise With Six Super Bowl Titles

The Pittsburgh Steelers is one of the most iconic franchises in NFL history. They are one of two teams with six Super Bowl titles and also hold eight AFC Conference championships and have won their division an impressive 23 times since the NFL merger in 1970.

Some of the most iconic players in NFL history have played for the black and gold, including Hall of Famers Mean Joe Green, Terry Bradshaw, Jack Lambert, John Stallworth, Mel Blount, Jerome Bettis, and Franco Harris. Current quarterback Ben Roethlisberger is a guaranteed future Hall of Famer.

To illustrate how good the team has been over the years, the Steelers have only had one losing record once this century and only four in the last 30 years. 2018 was clearly a down year for the Steelers as they only finished 9-6-1 and missed the playoffs for the first time since 2013. The future looks a bit uncertain for this iconic franchise.

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Team Outlook for 2019 and Beyond 

Despite Ben Roethlisberger playing some of his best football of his career, the Steelers struggled to get above .500, thanks in part due to the drama surrounding wide receiver Antonio Brown and running back Le’Veon Bell. With both distractions off the team, the Steelers can now focus on playing football.

However, concerns surrounding the wide receiver position remain with the loss of Brown. The offense is expected to be the least talented it has been for years, and unless players start stepping up, it could be a tough season for the Steelers.

Right now if we were giving Pittsburgh Steelers odds for 2019, we say that they would be a longshot to be a playoff contender. A record of 8-8 is most likely. Of course, this is the NFL and a couple of things going the right way could see the Steelers return to the playoffs in 2019. However, we feel they are at least two years or more away from being a serious playoff contender.

Betting on the Steelers at Pennsylvania Sportsbooks

It shouldn’t be a surprise that Pittsburgh Steelers betting will be popular once online sportsbooks launch in Pennsylvania. The NFL is one of the most popular leagues to bet on in America, and sportsbooks will be giving Pittsburgh Steelers odds on everything ranging from futures to prop bets and action on regular season games.

You’ll be able to place bets on the Steelers with at least seven online casinos in Pennsylvania, giving you plenty of options to find the best Pittsburgh Steelers odds. As always, lines and action will vary depending on how the Steelers are performing on the field, but with the popularity of the team, Steelers nation will have no problems finding a place to bet on their favorite team.