Pittsburgh Steelers 2023-2024 NFL Season Betting/Odds Preview

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Caleb Tallman
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  • Looking at the Steeler's most interesting betting odds and lines available at PA gambling sites going into the 2023-2024 NFL season.
  • Analyzing the Steelers 2022-2023 results, looking at their ATS record and other betting trends.
  • Taking a look at the team overall as a whole and their strength and weaknesses going into the season.

The Pittsburgh Steelers are coming off one of their worst seasons in recent memory. The funny thing is that the Steelers are so consistently good that going 9-8 and missing the playoffs is a "bad season." Looking at the Steelers against the spread last season, they were 10-6-1, so they were actually a pretty good bet most weeks on PA sports betting apps.

Looking at the Steelers this season, they are looking for continued improvement and should be a contender to win the AFC North. Much of that will ride on the highest-drafted quarterback from the 2022 NFL Draft, Kenny Pickett continuing to grow going into his second year.

Reviewing the Steelers 22-23 ATS Record & Betting Trends

The Steelers got off to a terrible start to the season, and facing a 1-4 record, it looked like the season may be a wash. Especially after Kenny Pickett was inserted as the starter in week 5, and the Steelers got demolished by the Buffalo Bills.

It got slightly better each week with Pickett at the helm, and the Steelers ended the season on a four-game win streak and won seven out of their last nine games. The Steelers went from 1-4 to almost sneaking their way into the playoffs. Yet ending the season on the win and carrying that momentum into the offseason might end up being a good thing.

Notable Steelers 22-23 Betting Trends

  • The Steelers were 10-6-1 against the spread last season.
  • Pittsburgh was great after wins going 5-2-1 ATS in the next week.
  • Whereas the Steelers struggled after losses going 4-4 ATS in the weeks after.
  • The Steelers were strong on the road going 6-3 ATS.

Steelers Team Depth Chart Projection

Offensive Depth Chart

QB: Kenny Pickett, Mitchell Trubisky, Tanner Morgan

The Steeler's consistency at the quarterback position is a big strength heading into the season. Picketts continued growth is something to watch for, but Mitchell Trubisky is a competent backup that, should he need to play, is capable of winning games.

RB: Najee Harris, Jaylen Warren, Anthony McFarland Jr., Jason Huntley

No news is good news, as Najee Harris, if he stays healthy, should be one of the most productive running backs in the league.

FB/HB: Connor Heyward

A potential breakout player going into year two, Heyward will line up everywhere for Pittsburgh this year.

WR: Diontae Johnson, George Pickens, Allen Robinson II, Calvin Austin III, Gunner Olszewski, Miles Boykin

A unit that could go from good to great, as Pickens is only getting better going into year two, and the low-value trade to get Robinson could end up looking genius by season's end.

TE: Pat Freiermuth, Darnell Washington, Zach Gentry 

Darnell Washington is a freak, and the Steelers' TE unit is one the league's biggest, making red zone defense a nightmare for opposing teams.

LT: Broderick Jones, Dan Moore Jr.

LG: Isaac Seumalo, Kevin Dotson, Kendrick Green

C: Mason Cole, Spencer Anderson

RG: James Daniels, Nate Herbig

RT: Chukwuma Okorafor, Le’Raven Clark

This is the unit with a few question marks, but if they stay healthy and perform slightly above expectations, the Steelers could become an elite offense.

Defensive Depth Chart 

DT: Cameron Heyward, Larry Ogunjobi, Keeanu Benton, DeMarvin Leal, Montravius Adams, Armon Watts

EDGE: T.J. Watt, Alex Highsmith, Nick Herbig, Quincy Roche

The defensive line for the Steelers is straight-up scary for opponents and will continue to be this season.

LB: Cole Holcomb, Elandon Roberts, Tanner Muse, Mark Robinson

CB: Patrick Peterson, Joey Porter Jr., Ahkello Witherspoon, Levi Wallace, Chandon Sullivan

S: Minkah Fitzpatrick, Keanu Neal, Damontae Kazee, Tre Norwood, Miles Killebrew

The back seven for the Steelers is solid, with a good mix of veterans and young guys continuing to improve.

Special Teams Depth Chart 

K: Chris Boswell

P: Pressley Harvin III

A solid special teams unit will be a big piece of the Steeler's success in the 23-24 season.

Most Interesting Steelers Betting Odds for the Upcoming NFL Season

Coming in the NFL season, the Steelers have some exciting and potentially profitable betting lines/odds. We share the best value odds for several different futures bets available on PA sports betting apps. The PA Caesars Sportsbook has the Steelers at +6000 to win the Super Bowl. Listed below are some of the other best-value futures odds and lines for online Pennsylvania sports betting.

  • +500 to win the AFC North at Caesars Sportsbook.
  • +850 for TJ Watt to win Defensive Player of the Year at DraftKings Sportsbook.
  • +3500 to win the AFC at Caesars Sportsbook.

A huge sports fan; locally, many know me as the guy who does the PA for our high school football team on Friday nights. Having grown up in Michigan, I am a sports fan of all the Detroit teams, and at the college level, I love Michigan State sports. I have covered sports betting, iGaming and casino industry news for many well known websites.