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Tennessee Titans vs. Cleveland Browns Betting Preview

Written by:
Dan Shapiro
Published on:
Sep/28/2011
Tennessee Titans vs. Cleveland Browns Betting

Week 4 is coming up quickly and Gambling911.com has your Tennessee Titans vs. Cleveland Browns betting preview.

The Browns were bordering on being a pick’em to a 1 point favorite in this matchup, however, Tennessee was getting over 60 percent of the betting action on the spread so we could see some books moving the line in favor of the Titans before this game goes off on Sunday.

Both these teams come into Sunday’s matchup with 2-1 records. 

Stan Simmons of BetOnline.com:

This game will be a battle of game-managing quarterbacks, and the edge goes to Hasselbeck and the Titans. The Browns have a chance to pull it off with a 100% healthy Hillis, which takes some of the pressure off McCoy, but the Tennessee defense is very solid. Also, look for Johnson to have a much better game coming out of the backfield for the Titans, who should pull out the upset

 

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Tennessee beat Cleveland at home back in 2008 by a score of 28-9.  At the time they were a huge -14 point favorite.  There is no comparing these two teams today to 2008.

There is an injury concern for the Titans and negative implications are possible as a result.

Stan Simmons: 

Here is where the news gets bad for Tennessee: receiver Kenny Britt is likely gone for the season with torn knee ligaments suffered in the Denver game, and that robs the Titans of their deep threat and most dynamic wideout. Running back Chris Johnson had 13 carries for 21 yards, and fans are going to start getting restless if he doesn’t start to produce after holding out. These two are the gamebreakers on Tennessee’s offense, and unless Johnson can get it going, their offense may get more conservative. Look for the Titans to try and get the tight ends more involved unless other receivers can step up to fill the void left by Britt. Also, the Titans committed 11 penalties and that is something they’ll have to rectify.

- Dan Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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