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Cleveland Browns vs. New York Giants NFL Week 15 Best Bets and Odds

For the Giants and Browns, the 2020 season has been a pleasant surprise.  New York was written off as an NFL betting rebuild.   Also, a team with a rookie head coach.  But Big Blue has ridden a good defense into NFC East contention.  Cleveland quarterback Baker Mayfield is finally showing polish to go with natural ability.  So too has Mayfield been assisted by a strong running game.  Nick Chubb is the difference-maker in Cleveland’s backfield.  Defense remains a work in progress for the Browns.  But the unit is better than previous editions.

Cleveland Browns vs. New York Giants Betting Information

Date: Sunday, December 20, 2020
Time: 8:20 p.m. ET
Location: MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, New Jersey
TV Coverage: NBC

Cleveland Browns vs. New York Giants Betting Odds

Team SP/RL TOTAL ML
Browns -6 (-115) 44 (-105) -280
Giants +6 (-105) 44 (-115) +230
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Cleveland Browns at New York Giants CashBet Wagering Analysis

Above all the Giants’ offense is a drag on their best sportsbook online appeal.  Gamblers aren’t sold on Daniel Jones and the G-Men.  By contrast, Baker Mayfield and the Browns are winning converts.

A Giant Push Falling Short

Last Sunday proved New York isn’t ready as a serious playoff contender.  The Giants hosted the struggling Cardinals.  Arizona won with ease 26-7 as 3-point road chalk.  To summarize the game was never in doubt.   Arizona utterly dominated the Giants 390 to 159 in total yards and 22 to 10 in first downs.  Also,  the Cardinals had a +3 in turnover margin.  Arizona brutalized the G-Men with a total of 8 sacks.

Now the Giants are 5-8 straight up, 8-5 against the spread, and 3-10 under the betting on NFL total.  New York ranks 31st for total offense and 31st for scoring.  Defensively New York ranks 12th in the NFL and 10th for points allowed.  Daniel Jones has shown modest improvement over last year.  Of course, his on-the-job training hasn’t been easy.  But he is also not surrounded by a great supporting cast.

Cleveland Seeks End to Playoff Brown-Out

Last Monday the Browns suffered a 47-42 pro football betting home loss to Baltimore.  Justin Tucker won the game with a 55-yard field goal at the gun.  Lamar Jackson passed for 163 yards and a TD for the Ravens. Additionally, he ran for 124 yards and two touchdowns.

As a result, the Browns are 9-4 straight up, 5-8 against the spread, and 8-5 over the total.  Cleveland ranks 11th in the NFL for total yards and 13th for scoring.  Defensively they’re 19th in the NFL and 27th for points allowed.

Cleveland Browns at New York Giants Against the Spread

Overall, the Browns are 20-23-1 against the spread.  Cleveland is 7-4 vs. the football betting odds against NFC teams.  And on the road, the Browns are 9-13 on the board.  In all games, Cleveland has gone 22-21-1 over the total.  On the road, the Browns are 12-10 to the over.  And against the NFC Cleveland is 4-7 under the total.

In sum, the Giants are 23-20-1 against the spread.  At home, New York is 5-15-1 vs. the line.  And against the AFC Big Blue is 3-7 on the board.  Overall New York is 22-22 over and under the total.  At home, the Giants are 10-11 to the under.  And against AFC teams New York is 5-5 over and under.

New York has covered four of their last five games against the Browns.  While two of the last three meetings between these teams have gone over the total.  The Giants have covered their last two home games with the Browns.  Those two games had both an over and an under.

 Cleveland Browns at New York Giants CashBet Free Pick  

In this situation, the Giants lack the offense to stay with the Browns.  Cleveland’s NFL gambling price is low enough for comfort.  Mayfield and Chubb should spark a payout.  In fact, the Giants may have overperformed this year in a bad division.

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