Who Will Admit Defeat First Between Donald Trump And The Steelers?

  • The Pittsburgh Steelers are the only undefeated 8-0 team in the NFL.
  • The Steelers have +110 odds to lose a game before Trump concedes the election.
  • Donald Trump has -150 odds to concede the election before the Steelers lose a game.

PITTSBURGH – With the Presidential Election all but over, Donald Trump has yet to acknowledge that he was defeated in the election. Aside from the election, the Pittsburgh Steelers have also not admitted defeat as they remain as the only undefeated team in the NFL at 8-0.

Online sportsbooks have put an interesting twist on the election and the Pittsburgh Steelers with odds on which of the two will admit defeat first.

What Will Happen First?

  • Trump to concede election -150
  • Pittsburgh Steelers lose (Reg Season & Playoffs) +110

Trump is favored in the political odds to concede the election first as he has already lost the election but is yet to acknowledge it.

In fact, Trump has taken to Twitter to let the world know that he “won" the election.

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Aside from President Trump claiming to have won the election, there are others surrounding him that are trying to bring him back down to earth by advising him to admit his defeat and move on. Those people are his wife, Melania Trump and Jared Kushner, Trump's son in law and senior adviser.

With there being people surrounding Trump trying to talk some sense into him, it should be a matter of time before he acknowledges his loss.

Looking at the Pittsburgh Steelers, they have been on an absolute tear as of late and have shown no signs of slowing down or losing any time soon.

This is true also in their next four games where they face off with the Cincinnati Bengals, Jacksonville Jaguars, Baltimore Ravens, and Washington Football Team.

The Bengals, Jags, and Washington all have records that are way below the .500 mark which should play out well for the Steelers while the Ravens have already been beaten by the Steelers earlier in the season.

The Steelers’ NFL schedule does toughen up after their next four games but being that they have an easy schedule here in the next four weeks should be more than enough time for Trump to concede his loss before the Steelers lose a game.