2013 Pittsburgh Steelers Predictions: NFL Win Totals Over or Under 9 Wins?

BookieBlitz.com is covering win/loss predictions for all 32 teams as they attempt to capture the Lombardi Trophy – we will cover every team and post updates on a regular basis, which will include a quick look at the offseason, the schedule and the predicted win/loss record for this season. See them all.

2013 Pittsburgh Steelers Preview

The Pittsburgh Steelers are looking to rebound from a tough season. The Steelers had to overcome an injury to quarterback Ben Roethlisberger and a un-Steeler- like 8-8 finish a year ago. The Steelers enter this season with an optimistic

2013 Pittsburgh Steelers

2013 Pittsburgh Steelers: Will the Steelers Win More than 9 Games?

outlook although they had a big turnover in the off season and play in one of the most competitive conferences in football.

2013 Pittsburgh Steelers Odds

Many of the top rated sportsbooks have already released future odds and win totals for the 2013 season. The Pittsburgh Steelers over / under for wins heading into this season is posted at 9, depending on your sports betting outlet. The Steelers are also listed at (+1500) to win the AFC Championship and (+3500) to win Super Bowl XLVII.

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2013 Pittsburgh Steelers Offseason

The Steelers off season started off with a tough blow as speedy wide out Mike Wallace left the Steel City for a big contract in Miami and will now be playing with the Dolphins. This was just the beginning as Pittsburgh lost a slew of good players to include guard Willie Colon, back Rashard Mendenhall, veteran linebacker James Harrison, nose tackle Casey Hampton, tackle Max Starks, and safety Ryan Mundy.

The Steelers added some impressive young pieces via the NFL draft with running back Le’Veon Bell and wide out Markus Wheaton, but will it be enough? The pressure is on Todd Haley in his second year to make this Steelers offense work. Antonio Brown and Emmanual Sanders are great wide outs but the team will miss Wallace and his ability to stretch opposing defenses. [yop_poll id=”32″]

Here is a look at the upcoming schedule for the 2013 Pittsburgh Steelers.

2013 Pittsburgh Steelers Schedule

Sun, Sep 8    Tennessee    1:00 PM

Mon, Sep 16    at Cincinnati    8:30 PM

Sun, Sep 22    Chicago    8:30 PM

Sun, Sep 29    at Minnesota    1:00 PM

Sun, Oct 13    at NY Jets    1:00 PM

Sun, Oct 20    Baltimore    4:25 PM

Sun, Oct 27    at Oakland    4:05 PM

Sun, Nov 3    at New England    4:25 PM

Sun, Nov 10    Buffalo    1:00 PM

Sun, Nov 17    Detroit    1:00 PM

Sun, Nov 24    at Cleveland    1:00 PM

Thu, Nov 28    at Baltimore    8:30 PM

Sun, Dec 8    Miami    1:00 PM

Sun, Dec 15    Cincinnati    8:30 PM

Sun, Dec 22    at Green Bay    4:25 PM

Sun, Dec 29    Cleveland    1:00 PM

2013 Pittsburgh Steelers Predictions

The Pittsburgh Steelers are in big trouble this season. The division is difficult to navigate with the Baltimore Ravens and the steadily improving Cincinnati Bengals. Even the lowly Cleveland Browns are a difficult draw as a division foe.

The only thing going for the Steelers is the fact that they have games against Buffalo, Oakland and the Jets on the schedule. The problem is this team is always dealing with injuries and an aging defense. Troy Polamalu and Ryan Clark are good players but are getting slower and have become very beatable.

The Steelers are a franchise in decline and will finish with less than nine wins this season.

2013 Pittsburgh Steelers Picks

Steelers Under 9 Wins

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