Sports-Gambling.com has all of the action covered for those who bet on pro football. These teams have only met twice since the Browns came back into existence, with the G-Men dominating the match-ups. New York is 2-0 SU and ATS, beating the Browns by a combined score of 51-13.
In defense of their Super Bowl crown, the Giants haven’t just been beating teams - they’ve been slaughtering them! Last Sunday was the beat down of all beat downs, as New York clobbered the hapless Seahawks 44-6. They annihilated the NFL betting line of seven-points in the process.
QB Eli Manning had another great outing, going 19-for-25 for 267 yards and two touchdowns. WR Domenik Hixon stepped in for suspended WR Plaxico Burress and hauled in four balls for 102 yards and the game’s opening touchdown.
RB Brandon Jacobs continued being a workhorse, toting the rock 15 times for a season-high 136 yards and two touchdowns in the Giants carefree football betting home win and cover.
It’s been an awfully disappointing season so far for HC Romeo Crennel and their football bettors that come into Monday night’s battle just 2-2 ATS per the closing NFL odds. They finally got the donut out of the win column two weeks ago when they knocked off the Bengals 20-12 in Cincinnati.
For an offense that ranked 8th in the NFL last year averaging a shade over 25 points per game, this season has been awful. The Browns have yet to score three touchdowns in a game this season. They rank dead last in the NFL with 210.8 yards per game and second to last with 11.5 points per game.
Cleveland doesn’t rank higher than 25th in any major offensive category. The oddsmakers are expecting a blowout in this one, as the Giants are favored by whopping nine-points at Cleveland Browns Stadium.
Both teams have strong NFL betting trends on their side, as New York is 20-7 ATS in their L/27 road games, while the Browns are 8-1 ATS in their L/9 home games.