Cleveland Browns NFL Win/Loss Odds Analysis and Betting Prediction
Despite the fact that the Cleveland Browns foolishly failed to grab Clemson superstar Deshaun Watson in this year’s NFL Draft; thus, I like the way the Browns nabbed a trio of first round picks that will all contribute right away as rookies in 2017.
Still, the Browns are going to be hard-pressed to top their 2017 regular season win total odds this coming season. Hence, if you’d like to know just how many games the Browns will win and whether or not they can top their win total odds for the NFL season in 2017, then you’ve come to the right place!
Cleveland Browns Regular Season Wins (2017 NFL Season)
O 4½ +100
U 4½ -130
Consequently, let’s find out right now what likely lies in store for the perpetually rebuilding Browns in 2017.
Analyzing The Cleveland Browns NFL Win/Loss Odds Analysis and Betting Prediction
Cleveland Browns Win Total Odds 4.5
Steelers (-9) at Browns
The Pittsburgh Steelers will make it three straight wins over the Browns after sweeping their AFC North division rivals a year ago.
Browns at Ravens (-9.5)
Baltimore’s rock-solid defense will harass Cleveland’s quarterback(s) unmercifully in this Week 2 divisional showdown.
Browns at Colts (-9.5)
Andrew Luck and T.Y. Hilton will light up Cleveland’s secondary so bad they’re going to need sunscreen after this Week 3 affair is over.
Bengals (-3.5) at Browns
Things won’t get any easier for the Browns as they suffer their third division loss in the first four weeks of the season.
Jets at Browns (PK)
The Browns will finally get a win in week 5, although I’m thinking this Week 5 matchup is going to come down to the wire.
Browns at Texans (-9.5)
If Houston’s powerful defense doesn’t force at least three turnovers in this contest, I’ll be shocked.
Titans (-5) at Browns
Marcus Mariota and the blossoming Titans will not lose this affair if they want to reach the postseason in 2017 like I believe they will.
Vikings (-7) at Browns in London
The Vikings may have a mediocre offense, but their defense is so good that the Browns won’t put many points on the board in London.
Browns at Lions (-8.5)
Detroit’s Matthew Stafford is better than any quarterback on Cleveland’s roster, even with one arm tied behind his back.
Jaguars (-3) at Browns
Say what? The Browns get win No. 2 at home against the rebuilding (again) Jags!
Browns at Bengals (-8.5)
Ho-hum, chalk up this AFC North divisional matchup as another easy win for the Bengals.
Cleveland Browns Last 10 Games
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Browns at Chargers (-7)
The Los Angeles Chargers may not quite be ready to challenge their AFC West rivals for division supremacy, but they’ll easily outscore the Browns en route to the easy home win.
Packers (-9.5) at Browns
If the Packers don’t put at least 35 points on the board in this Week 14 Inter-conference matchup, I say Green Bay should bench Aaron Rodgers.
Ravens (-4) at Browns
The Ravens have a very good defense; nonetheless, I’m thinking the Browns will get a much-needed win in this divisional matchup, because of sheer desperation if nothing else.
Browns at Bears (-4.5)
This Week 16 matchup is a game the Browns could win, but they won’t because Chicago has more desperation than Cleveland heading into the 2017 campaign.
Browns at Steelers
Unless the Steelers already have the division title in hand and have nothing left to play for, Pittsburgh will win and win handily to be exact!