Football betting handicappers will have the veteran Tennessee Titans traveling to Cleveland to face the Browns in a stark contrast of teams to bet the football odds with. The Tennessee Titans are 2-1 straight up and 1-1-1 against the preseason football betting board.
All 3 of the Titans preseason games have gone over the football odds total. The Cleveland Browns are 1-1 both straight up and against the preseason football betting board so far this summer with both games having gone under the total.
Tennessee last week played the first game ever in the Dallas Cowboys’ new stadium and was clobbered 10-30 as 3.5-point dogs. The Browns scored an impressive 27-10 home win over the Detroit Lions as 3.5-point football betting chalks.
So far in preseason football betting action, the Tennessee Titans have gotten near identical results from quarterbacks Kerry Collins and Vince Young. Collins, the starter, has a 62.4 quarterback rating while Young has a QB rating of 65.6. Javon Ringer has been impressive out of the backfield with 98 yards on 16 carries and a score.
Jared Cook has 12 catches to lead all Titan receivers. The rebuilding Cleveland Browns are a definite work in progress under first year coach Eric Mangini. The defense has been far more impressive than the offense so far in the football betting preseason for Cleveland as the Browns rank a respectable 8th in points allowed.
The quarterbacking has been dreadful for the Browns so far in exhibition football betting action. The two main contenders for the starting spot, Brady Quinn and Derek Anderson, were embarrassing. Quinn had a preseason football betting QB rating of 53.4 while Anderson’s was even worse at 43.1.
As for third stringer Brett Ratliff how about a QB rating of 24.0? Ratliff has a completion percentage of 47% with 0 touchdown passes, 2 interceptions, and 5 sacks taken! It looks like Mangini’s reputation as an offensive guru will get the supreme test this year.
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