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Atlanta Dan
02-07-2011, 11:47 PM
Odds to win Super Bowl
Green Bay 7-1
New England 8-1
Pittsburgh 10-1
San Diego 12-1
Baltimore 14-1
Indianapolis 14-1
New Orleans 14-1
Falcons 16-1
Dallas 16-1
N.Y Jets 16-1
Philadelphia 16-1
N.Y. Giants 20-1
Chicago 22-1
Houston 35-1
Kansas City 35-1
Minnesota 35-1
Tampa Bay 35-1
San Francisco 40-1
St. Louis 40-1
Tennessee 40-1
Miami 45-1
Detroit 50-1
Oakland 50-1
Washington 50-1-
Cincinnati 60-1
Cleveland 60-1
Denver 60-1
Jacksonville 60-1
Arizona 75-1
Seattle 85-1
Buffalo 100-1
Carolina 100-1

http://sports.bodog.com/sports-betting/football-futures.jsp

If you want to assess the strength of the Steelers schedule next season the Vegas odds may be a good p[lace to start
HOME OPPONENTS

* Bengals
* Browns
* Ravens
* Jaguars
* Patriots
* Rams
* Seahawks
* Titans

AWAY OPPONENTS

* Bengals
* Browns
* Ravens
* Cardinals
* Chiefs
* Colts
* 49ers
* Texans

http://www.pittsburghlive.com/x/pittsburghtrib/sports/steelers/s_716440.html

MattsMe
02-07-2011, 11:52 PM
It would appear that we have a fairly easy schedule, aside from Patriots* and Colts. Anything can happen, but I see no reason we shouldn't make the playoffs next year.

4xSBChamps
02-07-2011, 11:53 PM
If you want to assess the strength of the Steelers schedule next season the Vegas odds may be a good place to start
HOME OPPONENTS

* Bengals
* Browns
* Ravens
* Jaguars
* Patriots
* Rams
* Seahawks
* Titans

AWAY OPPONENTS

* Bengals
* Browns
* Ravens
* Cardinals
* Chiefs
* Colts
* 49ers
* Texans


I see them splitting with the Purple-Browns again, losing to the Cheatriots*, possibly at Indianapolis, and they'll keep another lesser-opponent (or 2) in a game and drop one (or 2) that they shouldn't:
12-4, maybe 11-5

tony hipchest
02-08-2011, 12:00 AM
while i doubt they win it, i love the bears at 22:1.

i wouldnt think twice dropping a few bucks on that one.

other than that, tampa bay at 35:1 is as low as i would go on that list.

4xSBChamps
02-08-2011, 12:14 AM
other than that, tampa bay at 35:1 is as low as i would go on that list.

Tampa made tremendous strides this yet, despite losing many starters to injury as the season progressed, and has the bonus of still playing a 3rd-place schedule next year:
they're not there yet, but they's working on it

xli...
02-08-2011, 12:51 AM
It would appear that we have a fairly easy schedule, aside from Patriots* and Colts. Anything can happen, but I see no reason we shouldn't make the playoffs next year.

Always seems easy now, till everyone else is retooled. But then again, who knows how many games will actually be played next year.

Is there a cutoff for a lockout year? Like, if they don't play a minimum of 10-12 games, can they call it a full season?

4xSBChamps
02-08-2011, 12:56 AM
Is there a cutoff for a lockout year? Like, if they don't play a minimum of 10-12 games, can they call it a full season?

in '82, I believe they only played a 9-game regular season

MACH1
02-08-2011, 01:02 AM
If we traded Ben for Kolb we'd have better odds. :rolleyes:

stb_steeler
02-08-2011, 01:05 AM
I see them splitting with the Purple-Browns again, losing to the Cheatriots*, possibly at Indianapolis, and they'll keep another lesser-opponent (or 2) in a game and drop one (or 2) that they shouldn't:
12-4, maybe 11-5

If we could get that monkey off our backs with the Patriots by beating them, i see this team being a great SB contender. I expect to get one over on them some day.

4xSBChamps
02-08-2011, 01:07 AM
If we could get that monkey off our backs with the Patriots by beating them, i see this team being a great SB contender. I expect to get one over on them some day.

I'm 51... I'm runnin' outta time here!!!

:chuckle:

FanSince72
02-08-2011, 01:13 AM
Odds to win Super Bowl
Green Bay 7-1
New England 8-1
Pittsburgh 10-1
San Diego 12-1
Baltimore 14-1
Indianapolis 14-1
New Orleans 14-1
Falcons 16-1
Dallas 16-1
N.Y Jets 16-1
Philadelphia 16-1
N.Y. Giants 20-1
Chicago 22-1
Houston 35-1
Kansas City 35-1
Minnesota 35-1
Tampa Bay 35-1
San Francisco 40-1
St. Louis 40-1
Tennessee 40-1
Miami 45-1
Detroit 50-1
Oakland 50-1
Washington 50-1-
Cincinnati 60-1
Cleveland 60-1
Denver 60-1
Jacksonville 60-1
Arizona 75-1
Seattle 85-1
Buffalo 100-1
Carolina 100-1

http://sports.bodog.com/sports-betting/football-futures.jsp

If you want to assess the strength of the Steelers schedule next season the Vegas odds may be a good p[lace to start
HOME OPPONENTS

* Bengals
* Browns
* Ravens
* Jaguars
* Patriots
* Rams
* Seahawks
* Titans

AWAY OPPONENTS

* Bengals
* Browns
* Ravens
* Cardinals
* Chiefs
* Colts
* 49ers
* Texans

http://www.pittsburghlive.com/x/pittsburghtrib/sports/steelers/s_716440.html



Looks like 16-0 potential to me!

CargoJon
02-08-2011, 09:33 AM
I wonder if Whisenhunt will try to commandeer the team plane too while we're in AZ...... :wannabesteeler:

HinesTroy
02-08-2011, 01:25 PM
12-4 :tt04:

Hopefully, we don't completely fall apart like most SB losers.

SteelSurf
02-08-2011, 01:56 PM
If we could get that monkey off our backs with the Patriots by beating them, i see this team being a great SB contender. I expect to get one over on them some day.

It's all about timing,really. Just have to time it to when Brady is menstruating.:wink02:

Steelrule
02-08-2011, 06:39 PM
Obviously, we all have "predictions," I think after the "crushing" loss in SB XLV, and depending on the "re-tooling" we do, we could very easily go 14-2, winning everything at home. I think it's time to shut down the Pats and we have done it before, in their house even.

We only suck after winning Super Bowls.:tt04::tt02::tt03::tt::sign01::steelersflag:

harrison'samonster
02-08-2011, 06:48 PM
I like the odds they've given us. Hopefully they'll have a good offseason and a good draft.

Looking at the schedule, our away games might be tougher than they look. The Colts and Chiefs play great at home, and the Cardinals and 49ers have an advantage being so far out west.

stb_steeler
02-08-2011, 07:39 PM
I'm 51... I'm runnin' outta time here!!!

:chuckle:

Sorry dude...i make no promises but wouldnt it be nice.....:wink02:

SH-Rock
02-08-2011, 10:27 PM
12-4 :tt04:

Hopefully, we don't completely fall apart like most SB losers.

That only happens when we win.

HAWK
02-08-2011, 11:02 PM
It's one thing to lose a playoff game, another to lose the SB. Hopefully this will light a fire under the team and we can correct this weekend's mistake.

lipps83
02-09-2011, 03:32 PM
That schedule doesn't look too bad. If Arians wasn't here the last few years, I would say we might be looking at winning our 4th consecutive Super Bowl.

I kid, I kid, but I do often wonder if we could have won the last 3 if it wasn't for him. Our defensive woes the previous year I think had a lot to do with our stale offense.

kirklandrules
02-09-2011, 04:07 PM
It's all about timing,really. Just have to time it to when Brady is menstruating.:wink02:

LOL, that's funny.

But beating a healthy Patricheats will tell me Labeau has finally gotten his defense to overcome the zone blitz achilles ... spread offense. If they can win that, I'm thinking the Steelers will rock on to the SB.

ebsteelers
02-09-2011, 04:23 PM
what were the steelers odds for super bowl XLV couldnt of been good... i like our chances for next year im saying 16-0... super bowl champs

as im headed up to new england and gonna stone cold stun brady till he retires, then fly over to indy and rock bottom manning, and tell him hes playing a 3-4 defense he then'll shit himself, and retire as well. .....



okay maybe the long day at work is finally getting to me

SH-Rock
02-09-2011, 05:06 PM
I will have to go with 14-2 and though. If Arians is gone and we get a stellar OC who can work every player to their maximum potential, we could go on to win the Super Bowl.