Steelers Odds To Go 16-0: Pittsburgh Has 20% Betting Chance To Finish With Undefeated Record

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  • What are the chances the Pittsburgh Steelers go 16-0? Right now, sportsbooks give them slightly better than a 20% implied probability.
  • Check out how our NFL betting model projects the Steelers' chances of finishing with an undefeated record below.

The Pittsburgh Steelers are 11-0 and sit as 6.5-point favorites against Washington tonight on Monday Night Football, suggesting there’s a good chance the team will improve to 12-0 heading into its final four games of the season.

Those final four games include three road matchups with the Bills, Bengals and Browns and a home game against the Colts.

So with five games remaining, what are the odds that Pittsburgh runs the table for an undefeated regular season?

DraftKings Sportsbook currently puts the number at +340, which correlates to a 22.7% probability that the Steelers win their final five games.

The Action Network’s NFL simulations are even more bullish on Pittsburgh’s chance, putting the percentage of a perfect season at 22.8%.

Here’s a look at the Steelers’ win probability for each of their remaining games.

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Pittsburgh Steelers Win Probabilities

Opponent Win Probability
Week 13 vs. Washington 78.6%
Week 14 at Bills 65.9%
Week 15 at Bengals 88.8%
Week 16 vs. Colts 68.6%
Week 17 at Browns 72.5%

Should Pittsburgh take care of business tonight, our simulations see next week’s game in Buffalo as its biggest hurdle standing in the way of a perfect season.

The Steelers have a 65.9% chance of winning that matchup.

We don’t see Cincy with much of a chance to upset the Steelers, but potential surprises in Week 16 and 17 games against the Colts (68.2% win probability and Browns (72.5%), respectively, still remain.