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Spread Totals Money-Line
Chicago Bears +7½ -115 46½  -110o +260
Cleveland Browns -7½ -105 46½  -110u -320

**Odds as of 09/21**

The Chicago Bears take on the Cleveland Browns in Week 3 of the National Football League. Both teams enter with 1-1 records, after losing their openers and coming off wins in Week 2. The Bears beat the Bengals in Chicago, while the Browns topped Houston at home. One of the more interesting NFL point spreads of the weekend sees the Cleveland Browns as 7½-point favorites in this game. The total is listed at 47.

It appears the time has come for Justin Fields to take the reins as the starting quarterback for Chicago. Fields entered the game after Andy Dalton was injured in Week 2. Fields did not perform well in this game, completing just six of 13 passes for 60 yards, and an interception. Fields also came second on the day in rushing, with 31 yards for the Bears.

David Montgomery is the man in the backfield for Chicago. After a strong Week 1, he struggled to gain traction on Sunday with just 61 yards on the ground. Allen Robinson caught the only touchdown pass for Chicago in the win, which came from Dalton.

Cleveland saw their quarterback Baker Mayfield leave the game twice, but return both times in their 31-21 win. Mayfield ended the game by compiling 19 of 21 passes for 213 yards and a score. The lone touchdown pass for Mayfield went to Demetric Felton.

Cleveland projects to be one of the best rushing teams in all of the NFL this season. Nick Chubb and Kareem Hunt form a great duo. So far, Cleveland is rushing for more than 154 yards per game. Chubb leads the attack right now with 13 carries per game, and just shy of 90 yards per game, and three touchdowns.

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