Let’s take a look at Pittsburgh’s chances of winning in Super Bowl betting. Super Bowl odds favor the Steelers for a variety of reasons, not the least of which is their #1 ranked defense. Super Bowl odds stats show that the Steelers have dominated teams defensively all season long and will put that top-ranked defense to the test against the fourth-ranked offense of the Arizona Cardinals.
The Steelers will be looking in the mirror a bit as they face the Cardinals in Super Bowl odds. Arizona head coach Ken Whisenhunt was offensive coordinator for Pittsburgh in their last Super Bowl odds win and his assistant coach Russ Grimm was also there as were four other coaches. Whisenhunt and Grimm were bypassed when Bill Cowher stepped down as Mike Tomlin got the job. Whisenhunt was hired as Arizona’s head coach and he took Grimm, special teams coach Kevin Spencer and others with him to the desert. "I'm proud and happy for Coach Whisenhunt, Coach Grimm and Coach Spencer," Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger said. "It is going to be fun to play them again. They beat us last time we played them at their place last year. It's going to be a fun match-up, I'm sure."
The Steelers have been favored a lot in Super Bowl odds in the past. Just a few years ago they were favored against the Seattle Seahawks in Super Bowl odds and won 21-10 in Super Bowl XL. The Steelers have been favored five times in Super Bowl odds history and won each time. The one time they were an underdog in Super Bowl odds they lost 27-17 to the Dallas Cowboys in Super Bowl XXX.
While the Steelers have all of the Super Bowl odds experience, the Cardinals have none. This will be Arizona’s first ever Super Bowl appearance as Super Bowl betting history tells us. Super Bowl betting should be exciting with the underdog Cardinals facing the favored Pittsburgh Steelers. Take a look at the Super Bowl odds today.
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