Welcome to the betting stats, odds and information page on the Pittsburgh Steelers. You will be able to find virtually any stat you want to aid your wagering at the best NFL betting sites. From touchdown numbers and rushing attempts to historical records against certain opposition, we have everything you are likely to need. What’s more, we also have information on betting offers and betting promo codes that you could place on Steelers matches.
The Pittsburgh Steelers play in Pennsylvania and compete in the AFC North alongside the Cleveland Browns, Cincinnati Bengals and Baltimore Ravens. Founded in 1933, they are the seventh-oldest NFL franchise and the oldest AFC franchise.
The Steelers are among the most successful NFL teams of all time. At six Super Bowls, the team is tied with the New England Patriots for the most in league history, and the Steelers have hosted and played in more conference championships than any other NFL team.
“Steeler Nation” is the nickname given to the Steelers' large fanbase. Their home games are currently played at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh's North Side, North Shore neighborhood. The stadium also houses the University of Pittsburgh Panthers.
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We provide the latest NFL odds and stats on Steelers games and all the latest information on related sportsbooks. These are updated constantly to provide you with the best odds and information possible to aid your online sports betting.
The 49ers starting QB is putting up the following numbers:
The Pittsburgh Steelers stats page has all the information you need about the team. Taking all data and stats is the best way to ensure you are betting wisely. There is no such thing as a sure thing, but you can mitigate risk by using all the information at your disposal. That will give you all the NFL picks before visiting NFL betting apps ahead of Steelers games.
The Pittsburgh Steelers repeatedly find success on the field and are known year after year for having a superior defense. They are such a consistent team that you expect their players to be among the league leaders in their respective categories every season. Here we’ll show you individual player stats that could help you win some bets this season.
The historical game stats compiled by us will allow you to take full advantage of the most accurate moneyline and spreads available on this site. By knowing the Steelers’ record against certain opponents, it can help you when searching out your next bet.
The Steelers' starting QB has been putting up these numbers:
Before making a wager on a Pittsburgh Steelers matchup, you will need to know who is available to play and who is inactive. Keep up to date with all of this information throughout the week leading up to NFL lineups being announced on game days.
Wide Receiver Stats
Steelers' wide receivers have been producing some great numbers, which could influence your NFL player props:
The Pittsburgh Steelers’ last Super Bowl appearance was in 2008, but they have come close several times since then. They repeatedly qualify for the postseason from the difficult AFC North and will seemingly always be mentioned in dispatches when it comes to Super Bowl betting odds each season.
The Steelers are one of the most successful teams in NFL history and will be favorites among sports bettors every year to compete in the AFC. Here are their latest odds to win the AFC.
With a strong history of making it to the NFL postseason, the Steelers are almost always viewed favorably to make another return. People would expect them to at least be competing for a spot in the postseason each season.
Explore the receiver analysis, check out the most recent team lineup, and get to know the members of the special teams.
|61||Mason Cole||C||6'5''||298 lbs||1996/03/28 (27)||Michigan|
|62||Ryan McCollum||C||6'5''||300 lbs||1998/03/04 (25)||Texas A&M|
|46||Christian Kuntz||C||6'1''||228 lbs||1994/04/13 (29)||Duquesne|
|76||Chukwuma Okorafor||OL||6'6''||320 lbs||1997/08/08 (26)||Western Michigan|
|8||Kenny Pickett||QB||6'3''||220 lbs||1998/06/06 (25)||Pittsburgh|
|2||Mason Rudolph||QB||6'5''||235 lbs||1995/07/17 (28)||Oklahoma State|
|10||Mitch Trubisky||QB||6'2''||220 lbs||1994/08/20 (29)||North Carolina|
|26||Anthony McFarland||RB||5'8''||193 lbs||1999/03/04 (24)||Maryland|
|38||Greg Bell||RB||6'0''||200 lbs||1998/06/16 (25)||San Diego State|
|30||Jaylen Warren||RB||5'8''||215 lbs||1998/11/01 (24)||Oklahoma State|
|22||Najee Harris||RB||6'1''||242 lbs||1998/03/09 (25)||Alabama|
|41||Qadree Ollison||RB||6'1''||232 lbs||1996/09/08 (27)||Pittsburgh|
|48||Godwin Igwebuike||RB||6'0''||212 lbs||1994/09/10 (29)||Northwestern|
|80||Darnell Washington||TE||6'7''||264 lbs||2001/08/17 (22)||Georgia|
|88||Pat Freiermuth||TE||6'5''||258 lbs||1998/10/25 (24)||Penn State|
|83||Connor Heyward||TE||6'0''||230 lbs||1999/01/22 (24)||Michigan State|
|87||Rodney Williams||TE||6'4''||235 lbs||1998/04/08 (25)||UT Martin|
|11||Allen Robinson||WR||6'2''||220 lbs||1993/08/24 (30)||Penn State|
|18||Diontae Johnson||WR||5'10''||183 lbs||1996/07/05 (27)||Toledo|
|19||Calvin Austin||WR||5'9''||162 lbs||1999/03/24 (24)||Memphis|
|85||Duece Watts||WR||6'1''||196 lbs||1999/12/23 (23)||Tulane|
|15||Jacob Copeland||WR||6'0''||203 lbs||1999/07/20 (24)||Maryland|
|13||Miles Boykin||WR||6'4''||220 lbs||1996/10/12 (26)||Notre Dame|
|89||Gunner Olszewski||WR||6'0''||190 lbs||1996/11/26 (26)||Bemidji State|
|82||Dez Fitzpatrick||WR||6'2''||208 lbs||1997/12/17 (25)||Louisville|
|14||George Pickens||WR||6'3''||200 lbs||2001/03/04 (22)||Georgia|
|22||Anthony Brown||CB||5'11''||196 lbs||1993/12/15 (29)||Purdue|
|29||Levi Wallace||CB||6'0''||179 lbs||1995/06/12 (28)||Alabama|
|33||Josiah Scott||CB||5'9''||185 lbs||1999/04/05 (24)||Michigan State|
|42||James Pierre||CB||6'2''||185 lbs||1996/09/16 (27)||Florida Atlantic|
|27||Cory Trice||CB||6'3''||206 lbs||2000/05/30 (23)||Purdue|
|24||Joey Porter||CB||6'2''||193 lbs||2000/07/26 (23)||Penn State|
|34||Chandon Sullivan||CB||5'11''||189 lbs||1996/08/07 (27)||Georgia State|
|35||Luq Barcoo||CB||6'1''||180 lbs||1998/07/27 (25)||San Diego State|
|21||Kalon Barnes||CB||6'0''||186 lbs||1998/12/16 (24)||Baylor|
|20||Patrick Peterson||CB||6'1''||203 lbs||1990/07/11 (33)||LSU|
|25||Desmond King||CB||5'10''||200 lbs||1994/12/14 (28)||Iowa|
|54||Kwon Alexander||LB||6'1''||227 lbs||1994/08/03 (29)||LSU|
|40||David Perales||LB||6'3''||255 lbs||1999/04/09 (24)||Fresno State|
|49||Chapelle Russell||LB||6'1''||230 lbs||1997/01/20 (26)||Temple|
|50||Elandon Roberts||LB||6'1''||238 lbs||1994/04/22 (29)||Houston|
|44||Markus Golden||LB||6'2''||260 lbs||1991/03/13 (32)||Missouri|
|51||Nick Herbig||LB||6'2''||240 lbs||2001/11/21 (21)||Wisconsin|
|93||Mark Robinson||LB||5'11''||235 lbs||1999/08/14 (24)||Ole Miss|
|55||Cole Holcomb||LB||6'1''||240 lbs||1996/07/30 (27)||North Carolina|
|56||Alex Highsmith||LB||6'4''||242 lbs||1997/08/07 (26)||Charlotte|
|90||T.J. Watt||LB||6'4''||252 lbs||1994/10/11 (28)||Wisconsin|
|37||Elijah Riley||S||6'0''||205 lbs||1998/06/12 (25)||Army|
|31||Keanu Neal||S||6'0''||211 lbs||1995/07/26 (28)||Florida|
|49||Tariq Carpenter||S||6'3''||230 lbs||1998/12/28 (24)||Georgia Tech|
|17||Trenton Thompson||S||6'1''||196 lbs||1997/12/18 (25)||San Diego State|
|9||Chris Boswell||K||6'2''||185 lbs||1991/03/16 (32)||Rice|
|6||Pressley Harvin||P||6'0''||255 lbs||1998/09/17 (25)||Georgia Tech|