Steelers vs. Browns Odds, Analysis and Prediction
On Sunday, Cleveland Browns will be taking on the Pittsburgh Steelers in Heinz Field at 1.00pm. Browns and Steelers odds for this highly anticipated AFC North division matchup shows that the home team are better placed to emerge victorious. As fans await the kickoff on Sunday afternoon, it is important to note that the last head-to-head between these two teams took place in FirstEnergy Stadium in Cleveland, Ohio. This Week 1 game ended in a tie after normal time, and it had to go into overtime where the Steelers won. The Browns have only managed to win two games since then, whereas their Sunday rivals have bagged three victories, which also take account of their 28-21 win over the Cincinnati Bengals in Week 6.
Cleveland fans will be looking forward to cheer on their team to shake off their agonizing consecutive losses. In Week 7, the Browns travelled to Florida to take on Tampa Bay Buccaneers; however, their hopes to register a win vanished after losing 26-23 in overtime. So far, quarterback Baker Mayfield has six TDs, five interceptions and has thrown for 1,291 yards. In addition, since running back Carlos Hyde left for Jacksonville Jaguars, the current top rusher for Cleveland is RB Nick Chubb with three TDs and 253 yards.
Steelers Week 6 Game Odds
Paul Brown Stadium — Cincinnati, OH Spread Moneyline Total
CLEVELAND BROWNS +8½ +317 50
PITTSBURGH STEELERS -8½ -400 50
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Wide receiver Jarvis Landry has managed to make 41 catches for 489 yards and remains the top-ranked player among the Browns. Furthermore, with 31 receptions, tight end David Njoku is not doing badly so far this season. When it comes to the defense, defensive end Myles Garrett has is top with seven sacks, while cornerback Denzel Ward has managed to make three interceptions. In addition, safety Damarious Randall has registered 41 tackles for his team, which ranks him first in the squad. Generally, per game, Cleveland Browns averages 21.6 points, and in total offense, the squad averages 357.4 yards.
The Pittsburgh Steelers will take on the Browns with coincidence after registering three consecutive wins including their hard-fought win over the Cincinnati Bengals in Week 7. So far, quarterback Ben Roethlisberger has managed to score a dozen TDs in his name, along with six interceptions and an impressive 2,033 yards thrown. On the other hand, this season, running back James Conner has seven TDs, and 453 rushing yards. The Steelers wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster is top-ranked in the squad since no other player has managed 42 catches for 561 yards so far. T.J. Watt has six sacks and leads the squad with two-dozen tackles. Generally, at this point this season, the Steelers is among the five-highest ranked teams in the league in points scored, passing yards, and total yardage.
The past 19 games for Cleveland in the AFC North Division places them 4-14-1 against the spread, whereas, in their past eight games on home turf, Pittsburgh is 1-7 against the spread. The last four head-to-head games places Cleveland at 3-0-1 against the spread. Even though the Browns are wallowing in losses, they play thrilling games, and this season they are going 5-2 against the spread. QB Roethlisberger has a career record of 22-2-1 SU against the Browns. Four or more points have decided all games for Cleveland this season except one. The Cleveland Browns will respectfully push for a win here and my prediction goes to Cleveland to take full points.


 


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