Dec 29, 2013; Pittsburgh, PA, USA; Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin (left) and quarterback Ben Roethlisberger (7) react during a time-out against the Cleveland Browns during the fourth quarter at Heinz Field. The Pittsburgh Steelers won 20-7. Mandatory Credit: Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports

Pittsburgh Steelers Open With 33-to-1 Odds Of Winning Super Bowl XLIX

Dec 29, 2013; Pittsburgh, PA, USA; Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker Chris Carter (54) is congratulated by safety Will Allen (20) after recovering a fumble against the Cleveland Browns in the first half at Heinz Field. Mandatory Credit: Jason Bridge-USA TODAY Sports

Yesterday, I examined if the Pittsburgh Steelers were close to winning a Super Bowl anytime soon.

Apparently the odds makers don’t give them much of a chance either.

According to, the Steelers have opened up around the middle of the pack in terms of their odds to win next year’s Super Bowl.

Bovada lists the Steelers with 33-to-1 odds of capturing the Vince Lombardi Trophy next season. That’s to be expected following an 8-8 season and actually is a bit better in the Steelers favor than I expected.

The defending Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks open up as next year’s favorite with 9/2 odds, followed by the San Francisco 49ers (15/2), Denver Broncos (8/1) and New England Patriots (14/1).

Here’s a look at the odds for every NFL team to win Super Bowl XLIX:

Odds to win the 2015 Super Bowl XLIX    

Seattle Seahawks                      9/2

San Francisco 49ers                  15/2

Denver Broncos                        8/1

New England Patriots                14/1

Green Bay Packers                    16/1

New Orleans Saints                   18/1

Atlanta Falcons                         25/1

Carolina Panthers                      25/1

Chicago Bears                          25/1

Cincinnati Bengals                     25/1

Philadelphia Eagles                   25/1

Indianapolis Colts                      28/1

Kansas City Chiefs                    28/1

Arizona Cardinals                      33/1

Dallas Cowboys                        33/1

Detroit Lions                             33/1

New York Giants                       33/1

Pittsburgh Steelers                    33/1

San Diego Chargers                  33/1

Baltimore Ravens                      40/1

Houston Texans                        40/1

St. Louis Rams                         40/1

Washington Redskins                40/1

Miami Dolphins                         50/1

New York Jets                           50/1

Tampa Bay Buccaneers             50/1

Tennessee Titans                       50/1

Cleveland Browns                      66/1

Buffalo Bills                              75/1

Minnesota Vikings                     75/1

Oakland Raiders                        75/1

Jacksonville Jaguars                 100/1

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