This is it, folks. The first New England Patriots game in quite a while that feels like it’s for all the marbles.
Two 5-4 teams battling. The Buffalo Bills floundering at the worst possible time, as Mac Jones’ Patriots creep juuuuuust a half-game behind them for AFC East supremacy. And, on top of it all, there’s a solid chance that the game-winning touchdown in this contest will be caught by Odell Beckham Jr. wearing red, white and blue.
Wouldn’t that be sweet?
After dipping to a well-deserved 2-4 start (nearly 1-5, thanks Houston Texans), Bill Belichick’s bunch is now swarming, while the Jones-led offense is doing just enough and pounding the ball on the ground effectively. Sure, the quality of opponents hasn’t really impressed, but you play to your schedule … and the Browns aren’t that impressive, either!
So, what do you say? Winner gets the deed to Baker’s house and a continued starring role in those endless Progressive ads!
Patriots vs Browns Odds Week 10
According to our friends at WynnBET, the Patriots are oh so slight favorites on the moneyline, checking in at -115, while the Brownies clock in at -105 on the road. If you drop $115 on the Pats to finish this one off victorious, you’ll earn $100.
Both the Patriots and Browns are both -110 favorites to cover a 1.0-point spread. No home dog in this situation, but Vegas thinks it’s just as likely the Road Dawgs pull off a victory as it is that the folks from Foxborough win by two points or more.
The over/under for total points is 45 — with, again, both checking in at -110. You sure you want to be betting on this?
Patriots vs Browns Prediction Week 10
Without Odell Beckham Jr., the Browns played their most complete game of the season against the deflating Bengals last week, but it really boiled down to a trio of big plays. Denzel Ward had a 99-yard pick-six, Donovan Peoples-Jones caught a 60-yard TD, and Nick Chubb rushed for a 70-yarder.
Come on. Do you really think Bill Belichick is allowing one explosive play to Baker Mayfield’s bunch, let alone a trio?
Patriots 20, Browns 14