Now, the Browns (2-3 SU, 3-2 ATS) will look to get another win this Sunday against the Washington Redskins (4-2 SU, 4-2 ATS). The Browns offense has struggled and before his performance against New York, QB Derek Anderson was rumored to be on his way to the bench in favor of Brady Quinn.
Meanwhile, the Redskins suffered a bad pro football gambling loss last week to the previously winless Rams and will need a win to keep up in the competitive NFC East this week. The Browns win against the Giants last Monday night puts them within two games of the Steelers for first place in the AFC North.
QB Derek Anderson may finally be starting to turn the corner after completing 18-of-29 pass attempts for 310 yards and two touchdowns, while committing no turnovers and never getting sacked. Favorite target WR Braylon Edwards also had a monster game snagging five passes for 154 yards and a score.
The Browns have now won two consecutive games for NFL bettors both SU and ATS off of the final pro football betting lines. Many were anointing the Redskins as the NFC’s best team before their stunning 19-17 home loss to St. Louis on Sunday.
Even though the Rams could only muster eight first downs and 200 total yards, the three turnovers they forced and Oshiomogho Atogwe’s 75 yard fumble recovery touchdown was enough for the Rams victory. RB Clinton Portis however was great in the loss, rushing 21 times for 129 yards and two scores for Jim Zorn’s club.
Before the loss to the Rams, the Redskins were on a four game NFL wagering winning streak and their only loss according to the NFL betting odds was their Week 1 16-7 loss to the Giants. NFL lines show the Redskins as 7-point home favorites against the Browns with a game ‘total’ of 42 points.
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