NFL sports betting handicappers will have a lot of questions about Crennel’s team after their dispiriting pro football betting loss to a bad Cincinnati team last week. Cleveland was a good NFL sports betting value for the first half of the season as they got the cash in 5 of their first 7 games.
Since that time, however, the Browns have been in a pro football betting free fall in which they have covered just 1 out of 8 games. Cleveland had an overall NFL sports betting record of 4-11 straight up and 6-8-1 against the NFL betting lines.
In road NFL sports betting action the Browns were a profitable 4-3 against the spread with an even 3-3-1 split on the over/under board. Earlier this season at home the Browns lost to Pittsburgh 6-10 as they covered the spread as 6 point NFL sports betting dogs. Cleveland has been totally ineffective on offense as they ranked 31st overall in the NFL.
The Browns ranked 26th overall on defense, which speaks poorly of the job Crennel has done since defense is supposed to be his area of expertise. As a NFL sports betting dog the Browns were 7-4 against the spread. The Pittsburgh Steelers were going great until their blowout loss at Tennessee last week.
Before that 14-31 defeat to the Titans the Steelers were on a NFL sports betting run in which they were 5-0 straight up and 4-1 against the spread. Pittsburgh had an overall pro football betting record of 11-4 straight up and 8-7 against the NFL betting lines. The Steelers had a home NFL sports betting mark of 3-4 against the spread.
As a NFL sports betting chalk Pittsburgh was 4-5 against the spread. Pittsburgh’s NFL sports betting strength has been their number 1 ranked defense. Their offense, on the other hand, has struggled and was ranked 25th overall in the league. Quarterback Ben Roethlisberger has struggled most of the season.
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