Pittsburgh Steelers A Six-To-One Shot According To Latest Super Bowl XLV Odds

January 15, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Just one season after failing to make the playoffs after winning the Super Bowl in the 2008 season, the Pittsburgh Steelers are the No. 2 seed out of the AFC, and are a legit threat to win it all for the third time in the last six seasons.
Pittsburgh finished tied with the Baltimore Ravens at 12-4 on top of the AFC North, but due to a better division record, the Steelers got the first round bye. As it turns out the Steelers will face the Ravens in their first game, as Baltimore advanced to the second round with a convincing 30-7 win over the Chiefs. Looking at the latest Super Bowl odds, Pittsburgh is currently listed at +600, the fourth best odds of the eight teams remaining.
The Steelers really played well despite having to play a number of games without key players. Pittsburgh went 3-1 to start the year with starting quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, and had two play two of their final three games without starting safety Troy Polamalu, who is without question w...

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