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What the Bookies are Saying: Browns vs. Lions

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Nov/11/2017

Resident bookmaking expert Tony Caliente discusses Sunday’s Week 10 NFL betting action between the Browns and Lions.

The line on this game opened at Detroit -12 and has dipped down to -10.5 with most of the action (60%) on Cleveland, so the line is moving in the correct direction.

The NFL Power Ratings would have Detroit as a 15 point favorite.  

Three of Detroit’s four wins have been by double digits but check out this trend:  Cleveland has lost every other game by exactly three points.  That trend would have the Browns losing this week by three points.

- Ean Lamb, Gambling911.com

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