Cleveland Browns vs Jacksonville Jaguars
Cleveland Browns vs Jacksonville Jaguars News & Picks
Cleveland Browns vs Jacksonville Jaguars Odds
|Cleveland Browns||+3½ -115||51½ -110o||+165|
|Jacksonville Jaguars||-3½ -105||51½ -110u||-190|
**Odds as of 11/27**
Against the Spread (Devlin Duckett)
Cleveland squeaked out a 22-17 victory over Philadelphia last week, and has won three of its previous four. The Browns’ offense will finally get some decent weather this week, and should be able to unload on the Jaguars. Jacksonville will likely be playing without stud DE Josh Allen, and RBs Nick Chubb and Kareem Hunt are scary enough. Cleveland QB Baker Mayfield is in line for a productive day, going up against a prone Jacksonville defense. Expect the Browns to return to the high-scoring madness we saw between Weeks 2-7, before the weather-affected Ohio games happened. Meanwhile, the Jaguars have lost nine straight games after upsetting the Colts in Week 1. QB Jake Luton was awful in the 27-3 beatdown Jacksonville took against Pittsburgh last week. Luton completed less than half of his passes, going 16-of-37 for 151 yards and throwing four interceptions. Gardner Minshew may return this week, but no matter who is behind center, they have a steep mountain to climb. The Jaguars are pretty terrible, overall, while the Browns are almost certainly postseason bound. Browns 44, Jaguars 23
Over/Under (Zack Robinson)
Nick Chubb is back, and the Cleveland Browns are so much better with him.
Baker Mayfield doesn’t have to throw that much, and the Browns can manage the clock almost at will. Kareem Hunt is Chubb’s backup, and he could be a starter in any other team.
The Browns average 23.8 points per game and the total has gone under in five of Cleveland’s last six games played in November.
The Jacksonville Jaguars will have a new/old quarterback under center: Mike Glennon. It’s going to be his first start in the last three seasons.
Jake Luton couldn’t convince the coaching staff and Gardner Minshew is injured.
The Jaguars average 20.2 points per game (fifth worst in the league) and the total has gone under in four of Jacksonville’s last six games played on a Sunday.
Go under once again.