The Cleveland Browns have finally won back-to-back games. They also have a golden opportunity to make it three in a row, as they are scheduled to host the Miami Dolphins this coming Sunday. Will the Browns continue their charge for a playoff spot? Or will the Dolphins embarrass Cleveland?
Betting Preview for the Miami Dolphins vs Cleveland Browns NFL Regular Season Week 12 Game on November 24, 2019
Where: FirstEnergy Stadium, Cleveland
When: Sunday, November 24, 2019, 1:00 PM ET
TV Broadcast: NBC
Betting on the Miami Dolphins (4-6)
If you went around earlier this season telling people that the Dolphins will have a chance of winning three in a row, you’d be immediately told to go home and recover from a hangover. But that’s exactly what the Dolphins had in their hand last week, when they entered the game against the Buffalo Bills. Sure, Miami lost, 37-20, but that the team was able to put two wins in a row showed the Dolphins had more fight in them than what most people think they had. Ryan Fitzpatrick kissed the turf seven times for a loss of 43 yards against the Bills, but he’s getting a break of sorts, as the Browns’ top pass rusher in Myles Garrett will not play in Week 12 due to an indefinite suspension. Nevertheless, the Dolphins’ offensive line needs to have a more concrete effort in protecting Miami’s quarterbacks. Cleveland is a perennial disappointment, so this is a game in which Miami could pounce on and get a victory.
The Dolphins are 5-1 against the spread (ATS) in their last six games.
Betting on the Cleveland Browns (2-8)
The Browns won against the Pittsburgh Steelers last week, 21-7, but it feels as though they did not win. With Myles Garrett getting suspended indefinitely, as mentioned earlier, the Browns’ defense will have a gaping hole they have to cover if they are to continue their push for a playoff spot. But at least in their game against the Dolphins, whatever’s left of their defense should be good enough to beat a team whose bigger goal is to get a high pick in next year’s NFL Draft than win — and protect their quarterback. Baker Mayfield and the offense, meanwhile, should feast on Miami’s lackluster defense that is among the worst in the NFL. The Dolphins are 31st overall with 30.5 points allowed per game and 29th in total defense with 394.3 total yards surrendered per contest. The combo of Kareen Hunt and Nick Chubb in the backfield is too much for Miami, which also allows the second-most yards per game.
The under is 3-1 in the Browns’ last four home games.
The Browns win, 33-13.
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