Antonio Brown walks off Heinz Field after suffering a calf injury against the Patriots. Getty

Pittsburgh Steelers star Antonio Brown is expected to play against the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday in the AFC divisional round playoff game after suffering a calf injury against the New England Patriots on Dec. 17.

But even with the top wide out back in action, the Steelers still have less of a shot to reach the Super Bowl than the defending champions. According to VegasInsider, the Steelers have 9/4 odds to come out of the AFC, compared to Patriots' 4/7 odds.

The Jaguars are listed at 8/1 to come out of the AFC, while the Tennessee Titans are the biggest longshot at 25/1.

Oddsmakers give the Patriots at 7/4 odds to win the Super Bowl. New England is followed by the Minnesota Vikings (7/2) and then the Steelers (11/2).

The Patriots have been favorites to win the Super Bowl since before the start of the season. The Steelers have been near the top for most of the season and had the second-best odds ahead of their Week 15 meeting with the Patriots.

AFC Odds (

New England Patriots, 4/7

Pittsburgh Steelers, 9/4

Jacksonville Jaguars, 8/1

Tennessee Titans, 25/1