The Cleveland Browns (+12500 to win Super Bowl 54) went from being the most hyped-up team in the offseason to being one of the most disappointing. The playoffs seem to be out of reach for the Browns, though, it’s still not too late for Cleveland (+2200). As for the Buffalo Bills, they are off to one of their franchise’s best starts in years, and will look to add to their success when they visit the Browns this coming weekend.
Betting Preview for the Buffalo Bills vs Cleveland Browns NFL Regular Season Week 10 Game on November 10, 2019
Where: FirstEnergy Stadium, Cleveland
When: Sunday, November 10, 2019, 1:00 PM ET
TV Broadcast: CBS
Betting on the Buffalo Bills (6-2)
The Bills made a return in the win column by busting the Washington Redskins at home last Sunday, 24-9. The Redskins weren’t a team that was expected to put up much of the fight, especially with a rookie quarterback starting in Dwayne Haskins, but Buffalo got the job done on both ends of the field nonetheless. Mostly, it was Josh Allen and the offense that carried the Bills in that game. Allen passed for 160 yards and a touchdown on 14-of-20 completions, while rookie running back Devin Singletary had 95 rushing yards and a touchdown on 20 carries. The Bills extended their offensive drives multiple times that kept the offense on the field long enough to take away opportunities for Haskins and company. The Bills converted six of their 12 third-down chances. The Browns’ defense presents a tasty chance for Singletary and ageless wonder Frank Gore to keep Buffalo’s offense going. The Browns are third-worst in the NFL against the run, while the Bills are ninth in the league in rush play percentage.
The Bills, who are rushing 129.4 yards per game, are 7-3 against the spread (ATS) in their last 10 games overall.
Betting on the Cleveland Browns (2-6)
Baker Mayfield inspired meme-makers from all over the internet by looking like a disheveled person in a postgame press conference following Cleveland’s 24-19 road loss to the Denver Broncos last Sunday. Cleveland’s performance in that game, however, seemed more out of sorts. Mayfield passed for 273 yards and a touchdown on 27-of-42 completions, while Nick Chubb finished with 65 rushing yards on 20 carries. Stopping the Broncos’ attack appeared to be an impossible task for the Browns, which allowed Brandon Allen, a man who, prior to this game, had not attempted a single throw in the NFL, toss for two touchdowns and zero interceptions. The Browns have plenty of talented players on both ends of the field, who were all reasons why they were pegged as among the Super Bowl favorites in the offseason, but they just could not get it together thus far. Perhaps targeting Odell Beckham Jr. more and letting his athletic prowess downfield make things happen could change the tone for the better for Cleveland, which is averaging just 19.0 points per game.
The over is 2-1 in the Browns’ last three games overall.
The Browns win, 27-24.
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