Pittsburgh Steelers Odds, Betting Lines and Full 2022 Schedule

Written By Corey Sharp on May 13, 2022
Steelers full 2022 schedule and early game odds

The NFL finally released the full schedule for the 2022 season on Thursday. Pennsylvania sportsbooks followed with odds and lines for almost all the games. You can bet on the Pittsburgh Steelers right now.

The Steelers snuck into the 2021 playoffs at 9-7-1 after beating the Baltimore Ravens in overtime in Week 18. They then fell to the Kansas City Chiefs in the Wild Card round, 42-21.

With a new quarterback at the helm in wake of Ben Roethlisberger‘s retirement, expectations have tempered heading into 2022. BetMGM PA sportsbook has the Steelers win total set at 7.5. As of Thursday night it was the third-most bet win total, according to BetMGM’s John Ewing.

Pittsburgh Steelers betting lines Week 1 through Week 18

Some betting lines for the 2022 season are now available at PA sports betting apps. Find updated Steelers game lines here. More odds will be added as they become available.

Week 1, Sept 11: Pittsburgh Steelers at Cincinnati Bengals

Week 2, Sept 18: New England Patriots vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

Week 3, Sept. 22: Pittsburgh Steelers at Cleveland Browns

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Week 4, Oct. 2: New York Jets vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

Week 5, Oct. 9: Pittsburgh Steelers at Buffalo Bills

Week 6, Oct. 16: Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

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Week 7, Oct. 23: Pittsburgh Steelers at Miami Dolphins

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Week 8, Oct. 30: Pittsburgh Steelers at Philadelphia Eagles

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Week 10, Nov. 13: New Orleans Saints vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

Week 11, Nov. 20: Cincinnati Bengals at Pittsburgh Steelers

Week 12, Nov. 28: Pittsburgh Steelers at Indianapolis Colts

Week 13, Dec. 4: Pittsburgh Steelers at Atlanta Falcons

Week 14, Dec. 11: Baltimore Ravens vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

Week 15, Dec. 18: Pittsburgh Steelers at Carolina Panthers

Week 16, Dec. 24: Las  Vegas Raiders vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

Week 17, Jan. 1: Pittsburgh Steelers at Baltimore Ravens

Week 18, Jan. 7/8 (TBD): Cleveland Browns vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

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Steelers 2022 schedule dates and times

The Steelers have the 12th easiest schedule with their 2021 opponents having a record of 148-141-0. Their first game will be a tough one though, on the road in Cincinnati.

Here’s the full 2022 schedule from the @steelers twitter account:

New faces at quarterback in Pittsburgh

The Steelers will have new faces in the quarterback room for the first time in 18 years. They signed Mitch Trubisky to a free-agent contract in March and drafted Pittsburgh quarterback Kenny Pickett with the 20th pick in the 2022 NFL Draft.

Pickett is the favorite to win the Rookie of the Year at PA online sportsbooks.

Competitive AFC North odds

PA sportsbooks believe the AFC North with be a competitive division (apart from the Steelers) judging by the odds. They are as follows, courtesy of DraftKings:

  • Cleveland Browns: +185
  • Cincinnati Bengals: +200
  • Baltimore Ravens: +210
  • Pittsburgh Steelers: +1100

A case can be made for the top three teams to win the division. The Browns traded for Deshaun Watson, one of the best young quarterbacks in the league. The Bengals are the reigning AFC champions and the Ravens will always be in the mix as long as Lamar Jackson stays healthy. It appears as if the Steelers have been written off.

The Steelers have not had a losing season since 2003 and have never finished last in the AFC North. The last time the Steelers finished last in the division was 1988 when it was the AFC Central.

Steelers updated 2022/2023 futures odds

Lead image credit: AP Photo/Gene J. Puskar

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Corey Sharp is the Lead Writer at PlayPennsylvania bringing you comprehensive coverage of sports betting and gambling in Pennsylvania. Corey is a 4-for-4 Philly sports fan and previously worked as a writer and editor for the Philadelphia Inquirer and NBC Sports Philadelphia.

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