The Tennessee Titans (8-3) host the Cleveland Browns (8-3) on Sunday in what could be a classic bruiser between two of the NFL’s best rush offenses.
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Both teams currently hold a playoff spot. The Titans sit atop the AFC South after a rout of the Indianapolis Colts last Sunday, 45-26. The Browns have won four of their last five games and hold the AFC’s top Wild Card spot.
Here are the current betting odds as of this writing via the FanDuel Sportsbook:
Moneyline: CLE: (+220), TEN: (-270)
Spread: CLE: +6 (-108), TEN: -6 (-112)
Total: 54 – Over: (-110), Under: (-110)
Here’s our take for this epic AFC showdown:
Tennessee Titans (-6)
If you’re in Tennessee, take the Moneyline. If you’re outside of Tennessee, be confident in the spread. Lay the points and get ready to collect cash once the clock hits zero.
The look-ahead line for this game was Titans -3.5. It has quickly grown to a touchdown. While we’d usually consider this an over-adjustment after the Titans’ biggest win of the season, we feel the Browns are getting a fair amount of respect. In other words, we’re surprised the line isn’t larger.
For two straight weeks, the Titans offense has clicked, beating top-10 defenses in the process. And while the league’s leading rusher, Derrick Henry, will take on the Browns’ No. 9 ranked rush defense, we don’t expect much of an issue. Henry has more than proven he can carve up any unit.
But just like last week, it’s imperative that quarterback Ryan Tannehill play mistake-free football to complement Henry. The Browns get defensive end Myles Garrett back but will likely be without safety Ronnie Harrison and cornerback Denzel Ward, which gives the Titans offense a considerable advantage.
The Browns have a great rushing attack of their own, led by Nick Chubb and Kareem Hunt, arguably the best tandem in football. But the Cleveland offense isn’t putting up many points right now. In their past four games, the Browns have averaged only 16.25 points. They’re going to need much more if they expect to match one of the NFL’s most potent offenses.
Lay the points and the Titans.
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