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Cleveland Browns Odds to Win 2017 AFC North – Massive Pay Day

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Aug/09/2017

With the Cleveland Browns odds of winning the AFC North set at 33/1 for a potential to pay $3300 on a $100 bet, the temptation is strong. 

Our bet is on the OVER 4.5 regular season wins at -130.  Cleveland should improve this season and the starting quarterback situation may even resolve itself early on.

“The job is Brock Osweiler’s to lose,” ESPN’s Pat McManamon reported on Wednesday. “If he goes out against the Saints on Thursday and leads the offense sufficiently, he’ll be the opening-day starter.”

Osweiler is coming off a disastrous 2016 campaign that saw him put up 15 touchdowns compared to 16 interceptions, but played well while in Denver.

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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