Pittsburgh Steelers Odds To Win 2011 Super Bowl Pay 10/1

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Dan Shapiro
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Pittsburgh Steelers odds to win 2011 Super Bowl

Heading into Week 5 of the 2010 NFL regular season, the Pittsburgh Steelersodds to win the 2011 Super Bowl were listed at 10/1.  The Steelers lost their first game of the season against AFC North division rivals the Baltimore Ravens, who are listed with 10/1 odds to win the 2011 Super Bowl also. 

The Steelers have gone 3-1 without their long time starting quarterback Ben Roethlisberger.  He returns next Sunday to face the Cleveland Browns.  Roethlisberger has served a four game suspension for violating a league conduct policy during the offseason.  The Steelers are on their bye this week.

The AFC North Division remains very much up for grabs with Pittsburgh and Baltimore leading the way and the Cincinnati Bengals at 2-2. 

The Steelers still have terrific value to win in this division, with a current payout potential of $150 for every $100 bet.

Baltimore pays just better than even with an AFC East division win while the Bengals would pay out $350.  The 1-3 Cleveland Browns pay $8000. 

Pittsburgh Steelers odds to win the 2011 Super Bowl and AFC North division were available at BetUS.com, currently offering up to 60 percent in bonus money on your initial deposit.   Dan Shapiro reporting for Gambling911.com. 

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