Washington Football Team vs Cleveland Browns News & Picks
Washington Football Team vs Cleveland Browns Odds
|Washington Football Team||+7 -110||45 -110 O||+270|
|Cleveland Browns||-7 -110||45 -110 U||-330|
**Odds as of 09/25**
Straight Up (Sebastian Morera)
The Washington Football Team won a hard-fought game in Week 1 against their NFC East rivals, the Philadelphia Eagles.The next week, however, the WFT failed to get it done against Arizona, succumbing 30-15. Now the team looks to rebound against the Cleveland Browns, who are coming in rested after their TNF win over the Bengals.
The Browns are 1-1. They looked pitiful in their season opener, losing 38-6 to the Baltimore Ravens. In Week 2, Cleveland turned things around and managed to win a rather exciting contest over their AFC North rivals, the Cincinnati Bengals, 35-30. So what can we expect out of Cleveland against Washington? The odds are fully expecting Baker Mayfield and the Browns to come out on top here. I think the favoritism is a bit exaggerated but I’m still sticking with Cleveland.
Against the Spread (Devlin Duckett)
This feels like a trap game right from the start. The Cleveland Browns (1-1) should smash the Washington Football team at home in Week 3. In the battle for the worst NFL team name, the Browns actually found someone else to wear the crown. Seriously, though.
The Washington Football Team (1-1) might have the most talented defensive front in the NFL. However, they need time to develop properly as a unit, and Cleveland has the ingredients to be an offensive powerhouse. RB Nick Chubb is a straight beast, and the Baker Mayfield-OBJ connection is heating up. The Browns win this game, but something tells me that Washington finds a way to cover the spread. Seven is too many.
It’s Raining Ducketts: Free Pick ATS, Washington Football Team +7
Over/Under (Zack Robinson)
HC Ron Rivera made the Carolina Panthers a very good defensive team and now he’s doing the same with the Washington Football Team.
But that’s not all, he has also given QB Dwayne Haskins an opportunity to succeed as their starting QB. The Washington Football Team is averaging 21 points per game and Haskins hasn’t thrown an interception (he suffered a lot last season in that department).
The Cleveland Browns scored just 6 points in Week 1, but then exploded to score 35 points in Week 2. The key? RB’s Nick Chubb and Kareem Hunt; expect a lot from that formula once again.
The total has gone over in five of Cleveland’s last six games when playing as the favorite. Go over in a close one.