Pittsburgh Steelers

Pittsburgh Steelers Betting Odds for 2020

  • Total Wins Over/Under 8.5
  • Conference Odds – 4-1
  • Super Bowl Odds- 24-1

Franchise History

The Steelers joined in 1933 and are the seventh oldest franchise in American football. Founder Art Rooney and family have had controlling interest for the entire history of the team.

The Steelers have won six league championships and in 2008 became the first team to win six Super Bowls. There are eighteen former players/coaches enshrined into the National Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio.  

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Front Office Personnel

  • Arthur J. Rooney II President
  • Arthur J. Rooney Jr. Vice President
  • Mike Tomlin Head Coach

Single Season Record Holders

  • Passing Yards: 5,129 Ben Roethlisberger (2018)
  • Rushing Yards: 1,690 Barry Foster (1992)
  • Receiving Yards: 1,834 Antonio Brown (2015)

Retired Numbers

(The Steelers don’t retire numbers but do so on an “unofficial” way)

  • 1 Gary Anderson
  • 12 Terry Bradshaw
  • 32 Franco Harris
  • 36 Jerome Bettis
  • 52 Mike Webster
  • 58 Jack Lambert
  • 59 Jack Ham
  • 63 Dermontti Dawson
  • 86 Hines Ward

Pittsburgh Steelers Betting- Looking at the Numbers

Ben Roethlisberger returns for what may be his last season. His skills are waning but he still has a loaded tank. He is a prolific passer but not a mobile QB. Vance McDonald ia back at his tight end spot and is declared healthy which is a plus for the Steelers. Also, Eric Ebron signed a contract to help at the TE position.

James Conner returns as running back and hopes to add to his 4.5 yards per carry from last season along with backup Benny Snell. JuJu Smith-Schuster needs to reclaim some old habits to help on the receiving end of the game.

Regular Season Schedule

Coming soon…

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