3rd in AFC North
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Odell Beckham Jr.WR
Odell Beckham (Knee) is out for the season.
Out for Season
Jack Conklin (Knee) is questionable this week.
Jojo Natson (Knee) is out this week.
Javon Patterson (Illness) is out this week.
Greedy Williams (Shoulder) is out this week.
Nick Harris (Knee) is out this week.
Elijah Benton (Illness) is out this week.
Jovante Moffatt (Illness) is out this week.
Browns 2021 Schedule
|QB||Baker Mayfield||Case Keenum|
|RB||Nick Chubb||Kareem Hunt|
|WR||Odell Beckham||Rashard Higgins|
|WR||Jarvis Landry||Khadarel Hodge|
|TE||Austin Hooper||Harrison Bryant||David Njoku|
|LT||Jedrick Wills||Kendall Lamm|
|RT||Jack Conklin||Chris Hubbard|
|SS||Karl Joseph||Ronnie Harrison|
|FS||Andrew Sendejo||Sheldrick Redwine|
|KR||Jojo Natson||Donovan Peoples-Jones||D'Ernest Johnson|
|OC||J.C. Tretter||Nick Harris|
|CB||Denzel Ward||Terrance Mitchell||Marvin Stewart|
|MIKE||B.J. Goodson||Tae Davis|
|DE||Olivier Vernon||Porter Gustin||Joe Jackson|
|DT||Sheldon Richardson||Jordan Elliott|
|SAM||Sione Takitaki||Malcolm Smith|
|DE||Myles Garrett||Adrian Clayborn|
|DT||Larry Ogunjobi||Vincent Taylor|
|CB||Kevin Johnson||Tavierre Thomas|
Cleveland Browns Player Stats
Behind a new general manager and head coach, the Cleveland Browns took an important step forward for the franchise, going from just six wins in 2019 to 11 in 2020 and their first playoff berth since 2002.
The Browns are in a tough division with the Ravens, Steelers and upstart Bengals, but oddsmakers are still expecting another good year. The Browns suggest they should approach double-digit wins and be firmly in the playoff hunt again, and they'll look to make it to the AFC Championship or beyond this time around.
See all of the Browns odds here, in addition to their full regular season schedule, how they've fared against-the-spread (ATS), team and player stats, and more.
Cleveland Browns Point Spreads
Real wins and betting wins can be quite different. Case in point: The Browns finished 11-5 on the year, but against-the-spread they finished just 6-10, tied for the second-worst mark in the league.
If you don't know what against-the-spread (ATS) means, it refers to spread bets, the most common and popular wagers in the U.S. betting market. They're essentially just bets on how much a team will win or lose by. That last second field goal might be meaningless for the game's outcome, but it could absolutely swing a spread bet.
Here’s a brief example of a spread for a Browns game:
- Browns -6.5 (-110)
- Bengals +6.5 (-110)
You can tell which team is the favorite or underdog based on the minus sign (favorite and likely to win) or plus sign (underdog and likely to lose). In the above example, the Browns are favored by 6.5 points, which means a Browns would cash only if Cleveland won the game by a touchdown or more. If the won outright or kept the game within seven points, that Browns spread bet would be a loser.
The Browns last year were one of just 12 teams to have their games hit the "over" more often than not. bets, often called "totals," are wagers on the combined point total in the game. Which team wins or loses, or by how much, is irrelevant in total bets: It's all about the points!
Let's use an example: If the Browns played the , the over/under might be set at 49 points. You can bet either side of the total, and you'd win the over if Cleveland and Pittsburgh combined for 50 or more points. In contrast, you'd win an under bet if the game finished at 48 or fewer points. Sometimes the game ends on the exact number, and that's called a : All bets in that situation would be refunded.
Moneyline bets are about as simple as they come in the betting world. As opposed to spread bets, which take into account margin of victory/loss, moneyline bets are simply wagers on which team will win outright. Many bettors like to place , which are multiple moneyline bets tied together for a boosted payout.
While the idea is simple, the odds can be a little tricky. Say the Browns are -110 against the at home: A Browns in that instance would pay out $10 for every $11 you bet. If Cleveland was an underdog at +110 odds, you would win $11 on every $10 you bet.
Cleveland Browns Props
Is there anything more fun than watching Odell Beckham Jr. catch a five-yard slant and take it 80 yards to the house? If you agree, you can also bet on things like OBJ's yardage total.
Player prop bets are wagers on statistical outcomes for single players, kind of like fantasy football. Some more Browns props for this year include QB Baker Mayfield to throw over/under a certain amount of passing yards or Nick Chubb to score a touchdown.
Cleveland Browns Futures
While betting on an NFL Sunday game is exhilarating, the fun doesn't have to stop there. You can also bet on end-of-season outcomes, called futures bets.
The markets for futures bets are lengthy, including which player will win MVP or which team will win the Super Bowl. Some interesting Browns are whether they'll make or miss the playoffs and whether they can take down the mighty Ravens for the AFC North crown.