Updated: 11 Dec 2021
  • 2nd /84 in Pacific Division
  • 20-4 Overall Record
  • 12-12-0 ATS Record
  • - Games out of playoffs
  • Next Long Island Game
    Foldham Rams Fordham Fri 12/10, 1:30 AM
  • Fordham vs Long Island Odds
    Spread Total Moneyline
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    o44.5 -115
    +150 ml
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    u44.5 -110
    -177 ml

Long Islang 2021 Schedule & Betting Odds

Date Opponent Score Spread Over/Under Moneyline
Dec 10th @MIN L 28-36 +3.5 L O 44.5 MIN +150
Dec 10th @MIN L 28-36 +3.5 L O 44.5 MIN +150
Dec 10th @MIN L 28-36 +3.5 L O 44.5 MIN +150
Dec 10th @MIN L 28-36 +3.5 L O 44.5 MIN +150
Dec 10th @MIN L 28-36 +3.5 L O 44.5 MIN +150
Dec 10th @MIN L 28-36 +3.5 L O 44.5 MIN +150
Dec 10th @MIN L 28-36 +3.5 L O 44.5 MIN +150
Dec 10th @MIN L 28-36 +3.5 L O 44.5 MIN +150
Dec 10th @MIN L 28-36 +3.5 L O 44.5 MIN +150
Dec 10th @MIN L 28-36 +3.5 L O 44.5 MIN +150
Dec 10th @MIN L 28-36 +3.5 L O 44.5 MIN +150
Dec 10th @MIN L 28-36 +3.5 L O 44.5 MIN +150
Dec 10th @MIN L 28-36 +3.5 L O 44.5 MIN +150
Dec 10th @MIN L 28-36 +3.5 L O 44.5 MIN +150
Dec 10th @MIN L 28-36 +3.5 L O 44.5 MIN +150
Dec 10th @MIN L 28-36 +3.5 L O 44.5 MIN +150
Dec 10th @MIN L 28-36 +3.5 L O 44.5 MIN +150
Dec 10th @MIN L 28-36 +3.5 L O 44.5 MIN +150
Dec 10th @MIN L 28-36 +3.5 L O 44.5 MIN +150
Dec 10th @MIN L 28-36 +3.5 L O 44.5 MIN +150
Dec 10th @MIN L 28-36 +3.5 L O 44.5 MIN +150
Dec 10th @MIN L 28-36 +3.5 L O 44.5 MIN +150
Dec 10th @MIN L 28-36 +3.5 L O 44.5 MIN +150

Long Islang Steelers Standings

Team W L Pct GB Conf Home Away L10 Strk
20 4 0.84 - 12-3 14-2 7-2 8-2 W2
20 4 0.84 - 12-3 14-2 7-2 8-2 W2
20 4 0.84 - 12-3 14-2 7-2 8-2 W2
20 4 0.84 - 12-3 14-2 7-2 8-2 W2

Facts & History of Pittsburgh Steelers

Art Rooney, the founder of the team, is a member of an Irish family that immigrated to the United States in the 19th century. Rooney started a sports team called "The Pirates" in 1933 and signed up for the NFL. 

Upon some problems, he decided to change the name of the team to "Steelers" in 1940. The name derives from the fact that Pittsburgh was a center for the steel industry at the time. The name change had a positive impact on the team: the Steelers made their first NFL playoffs in 1947.

However, this positive change did not last long, and from 1948 to 1969, the team did not achieve significant success. That changed when Chuck Noll became head coach in 1969: Noll rallied the team with excellent draft selections, and the Steelers achieved 49 consecutive wins from 1970 to 1980, winning the Super Bowl four times

Noll retired in 1992 and handed over his duties to Bill Cowher. Cowher won the Super Bowl once and handed over his duties to Mike Tomlin (who is now still the head coach) in 2007. Tomlin also managed to win the Super Bowl trophy once, becoming the first African American head coach to do so.

  • The team is from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
  • It was founded by Art Rooney in 1933 as the “Pirates”.
  • Rooney has changed the name to “Steelers” in 1940.
  • Some older fans of the group still call the team “Rooneymen”.
  • The Rooney family has always owned the team since its inception.
  • The team competes in the AFC North division of the National Football League (NFL).
  • The Pittsburgh Steelers have won the Super Bowl six times to date (1975, 1976, 1979, 1980, 2006, 2009).
  • The team's regular-season record is 444-282-2 (including playoffs).
  • The career record of Chuck Noll is 209–156–1.
  • The career record of Bill Cowher is 161–99–1.
  • The career record of Mike Tomlin is 153–86–1.
  • The team's all-time record is 641-574-21.
  • It is the only team in the NFL that hasn't lost 12 or more times in a season.
  • The team has won eight AFC Championships (1974, 1975, 1978, 1979, 1995, 2005, 2008, 2010).

The Sponsors of the Team

Like all NFL teams, the Pittsburgh Steelers has multiple sponsors. These sponsors include both global and local Pennsylvania brands. Steelers gained many new sponsorships between 2019 – 2021, and we list some of them below. If you are looking for the latest odds Steelers, you can find them on the websites of these brands.

  • FanDuel: Sponsor since 2019. FanDuel has been providing fantasy sports, online casino, and sportsbook services since 2009.
  • BetMGM: Sponsor since 2020. BetMGM offers iGaming and sports betting services in cooperation with Borgata Casino in Pennsylvania.
  • Unibet: Sponsor since 2021. Unibet offers online gambling (casino & sports betting) services in cooperation with Mohegan Sun Pocono in Pennsylvania.
  • Parx Casino: Sponsor since 2021. Parx Casino also has a licensed sportsbook & online casino and its own horse racing venue in Pennsylvania.

Pittsburgh Steelers MVP List

The Most Valuable Player (MVP) Award is given to different football players each season, and different authorities in American football decide who they will be. In other words, multiple authorities can designate their own MVPs (though the Associated Press's MVP award is considered the most valuable). 

We are listing all players who won the MVP award for the Pittsburgh Steelers from 2010 to 2020 below. Some of these players are still active, so this will be valuable data to analyze Steelers odds for online PA gambling

Troy Polamalu (2010)

  • Named NFL Defensive Player of the Year in 2010
  • 2 times Super Bowl champion
  • Won 4 All-Pro nominations
  • Hall of Fame 2020 member

Antonio Brown (2011 – 2013 – 2015 – 2017)

  • Seven times Super Bowl, four times All-Pro teams
  • One-time Super Bowl champion
  • Became the NFL receiving touchdowns leader in 2018
  • Has 100+ receptions over 6 seasons (NFL record)

Heath Miller (2012)

  • 2-time Super Bowl champion
  • 2-time Pro Bowl champion
  • Winner of the John Mackey Award

Le'Veon Bell (2014 – 2016)

  • Selected as Ground Player of the Year in 2015
  • Participated in the Pro Bowl 3 times
  • Became the Big Ten champion in 2010

JuJu Smith-Schuster (2018)

  • Won the Joe Greene Great Performance Award
  • Youngest player to reach 2,500 career receiving yards
  • Participated in the Pro Bowl in 2018

T.J. Watts (2019 – 2020)

  • Participated in the Pro Bowl 4 times
  • Won the Deacon Jones award twice
  • Has the most sacks in an NFL season (22.5)
  • The NFL's highest-paid defensive player

A Simple Guide for Steelers Betting: Futures & Props

If you want to bet on the Pittsburgh Steelers, you will have to choose between props and futures bets. These work differently and offer different Steelers odds, so let's first explain the difference between them.

Props Bets: This is short for “proposition bet”. Bets that fit this definition are not directly about the final scores of matches or leagues. Instead, they can be about any outcome that may occur within a certain time or timeframe and are usually always expressed in a question. For example:

  • Which team will cross the 20th yard for the first time?
  • Which player will score the first goal?
  • How many goals will Player A score in the next match?
  • How many yards can Player B pass before being stopped?

Props bets are not necessarily related to the match or the players. You can even bet on the color of a particular head coach's tie, according to the options offered by the sportsbook. 

To place this bet, first select a sportsbook, sign up, and select the “Pittsburgh Steelers” in the “American Football” category. Once you do this, you will be able to see all the props bets offered by that sportsbook along with the odds Steelers. Some sportsbooks can take this a step further: FanDuel, for example, offers different categories such as "Player Props", "QB Props".

Futures Bets: All bets placed on a future event or prize are known as futures bets. This is different from betting on the outcome of a match. Because in futures bets, the relevant outcome takes place in the distant future and is related to an event or championship rather than a single match. For example:

  • Which team will win the 2022 Super Bowl?
  • Who will receive the Best Defensive Player of the Year award in 2022?
  • Who will be the champion of the NFL in 2022?

To place this bet, select a sportsbook, sign up, and browse the "futures" category on the homepage. For example, under the "NFL" option, you will see a tab called "Odds to Win 2022 NFL", and below that, all NFL teams (including Steelers) will be listed with their odds. You can choose any of them and place your bet.

Best Coaches of Pittsburgh Steelers with Stats

Since its establishment, the team has had a total of 16 head coaches, some of whom have held their positions for more than 20 years - for example, Chuck Noll worked as a coach for 23 years. If we make a list of the coaches with their win-loss numbers, it will be understood which ones performed better. This table will also be a good source of data to use at the best PA online sportsbooks.

Forrest Douds193336
Luby DiMeolo1934210
Joe Bach1935 – 19361014
Jonh McNally1937 – 1939619
Walt Kiesling1939 – 1940313
Bert Bell194102
Aldo Donelli194105
Walt Kiesling1941 - 19441320
Jim Leonard194528
Jock Sutherland1946 – 1947139
John Michelosen1948 – 19512026
Joe Bach1952 – 19531113
Walt Kiesling1954 – 19561422
Buddy Parker1957 – 19645147
Mike Nixon1965212
Bill Austin1966 – 19681128
Chuck Noll1969 – 1991193148
Bill Cowher1992 – 200614990
Mike Tomlin2007 - now14578

Pittsburgh Steelers Stadium

You can visit a real money online casino PA when you want to play some games, but to watch the Steelers team in action, you need to go to the stadium. The team used Pitt Stadium and Forbes Field until 1969. It transitioned to Three Rivers Stadium in 1970 and shared it with the Pittsburgh Pirates for 31 seasons until 2000. 

In 2000, the Pittsburgh Pirates moved to a stadium of their own, and there was discussion for a while that the Steelers would move to a new full-time football facility. However, the family that owns the team did not approve. In June 2001, Heinz acquired the naming rights to the Three Rivers stadium. This stadium is now known as "Heinz Field", and the team has signed an agreement with city officials to stay in Pittsburgh until 2031

  • Name of the Stadium: Heinz Field
  • Designer: HOK Sport
  • Architect: WTW Architects
  • Construction Cost: 281 million USD
  • Address: 100 Art Rooney Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15212, United States
  • Owner: Allegheny County and Sports & Exhibition Authority of Pittsburgh
  • Operator: Pittsburgh Steelers and University of Pittsburgh
  • Capacity: 68.400 since 2015
  • Suites: 129

The stadium is located in the North Shore part of the city. It is also used by the Women's Football Alliance and for concerts. In fact, between 2001 and 2021, many artists organized live concerts in the stadium, from The Rolling Stones to U2.

FAQ About Pittsburgh Steelers

Who is the highest-paid player in Steelers?

T.J Watt is the highest-paid player on the team. Watt signed a four-year contract worth $112 million in October 2021, of which $80 million was guaranteed at the time of signing. This makes him one of the highest-paid defensive players in not just the Steelers but the entire NFL.

Who owns Pittsburgh Steelers?

The owner of the team is the famous Rooney family, which emigrated from Ireland during the 19th century. The team itself was founded by Art Rooney, and the ownership has always remained within the family. The current owner of the team is Art Rooney II. The family also has a share in the New York Giants.

Did the Steelers ever win the Super Bowl?

The Steelers have participated in eight Super Bowls and won six to date. The team has participated in the Super Bowl four times in the past six years. The Super Bowls the team has won are IX (1975), X (1976), XIII (1979), XIV (1980), XL (2006), and XLIII (2009).