Pittsburgh Steelers: 2022 Predictions and Preview

Will The Pittsburgh Steelers win The 2023 Superbowl?

Absolutely not. Their current Vegas odds are +6600. Based on the odds, the Steelers have about a 1.49% chance to win the 2023 Superbowl.


Last year The Pittsburgh Steelers went 9-7-1 and made the playoffs. In terms of betting, the Steelers went 8-9 against the spread in 2021-22 regular season games and 0-1 against the spread in 2021-22 playoff games, in addition they went 7-10-1 over game totals in all games.

This year the betting line for total wins is set at 7.5 games and by most measures The Steelers have one of the hardest schedules in the league.

The Pittsburgh Steelers will have a new starting quarterback this season, Mitch Trubisky. While he’s new to the Steelers, he brings 5 years of experience to the team. Mitch Trubisky started no games last season.

The awesome thing about the QB situation is that Mitch Trubisky will be able to mentor and help Kenny Pickett grow in to a full blown NFL quarterback. Kenny Picket also has the highest passer rating of any NFL rookie quarterback since 2015, and although some people took issue with Picket using gloves, they seem to forget that Tom Brady, Ben ROthesberger, and may others have worn gloves in the past.

Mike Tomlin will be back again as head coach. He brings 15 years of experience. The Offensive Coordinator role will be handled by Matt Canada who has been with the team for 1 year. The Pittsburgh Steelers will have a new Defensive Coordinator join the team, Teryl Austin.

Notable New Players for The Pittsburgh Steelers

  • Kenny Pickett (QB) – 20th Overall Pick
  • Mitch Trubisky (QB)
  • George Pickens (WR)
  • James Daniels (OG)
  • Myles Jack (LB)
  • Levi Wallace (CB)
  • Larry Ogunjobi (DT)

Notable Lost Players for The Pittsburgh Steelers

  • Ben Roethlisberger (QB) – retired (THANK YOU 7!)
  • JuJu Smith-Schuster (WR) – traded to the Chiefs, probably busy making TikToks with Jackson Mahomes
  • Joe Haden (CB)
  • Stephon Tuitt (DT)