The Denver Broncos are on the road as they make the trip to FirstEnergy Stadium, Cleveland, Ohio to meet the Cleveland Browns on Thursday Night Football.
Denver began the season with 3 straight wins beating the Giants, Jaguars and Jets. The Broncos next 3 opponents served up 3 consecutive losses on the Bronocos table,Ravens, Steelers and Raiders.
For the purpose of wagering,the sportsbook linemakers at America’s Bookiehave posted the following numbers for this AFC clash.
Opening Line: Cleveland (-6.0,-110)
Current Line: Cleveland (-5.5 Even)
Over/Under (42.5 -110)
After an opening season loss to the Kansas City Chiefs, the Cleveland Browns rolled off 3 staright wins but have come back down to earth its last 2 weeks with back to back losses (3-3).
Cleveland is ninth in the league in scoring offense with an average of 26 points per game.
Denver is 22nd in the league in scoring offense with 21 points per game while they are 4th in scoring defense by allowing 18.3 points per game.
Browns vs. Broncos Betting Trends
- Home favorites are 56-40-6 ATS on Thursday Night Football since 2006
- Teddy Bridgewater is 38-17 ATS as a starting quarterback
- Bridgewater is 17-4 ATS as an underdog in his career
Prediction: The injury bug will hurt the Browns in week 7 on a short week. The Browns will be without Kareem Hunt in this game after he was carted off, but they’re hoping Nick Chubb is available for this game.
The total has gone over in six of Cleveland’s last nine games, and six of their last nine games facing the Broncos. The injuries are adding up for both sides and both QB’s will want to redeam themselves from last weekends games.
Bridgewater threw a season-high three interceptions and lost a fumble, negating his 334 yards passing and three TDs. He was hit 17 times and sacked five times versus the Raiders.
Clevelands, Mayfield committed three turnovers: two fumbles and an interception and left the stadium with a sling on his left arm.
Take: Over (42.5)