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2013 NFL Odds: Cleveland Browns

Written by Charlie Jimenez   
Wednesday, 28 August 2013 06:05

Cleveland Browns Super Bowl OddsToo many changes at the Cleveland Browns this 2013-2014 NFL betting season.

The changes start with the name of the stadium, which went from Cleveland Browns Stadium to FirstEnergy Stadium - the only home of the NFL teams that have never received a round of post-season and the Super Bowl.

2013 - 2014 Cleveland Browns betting odds at

Super Bowl Odds: 150-to-1 (125-to-1)

Division Title Odds: +600 (+2500)

Season Win Total Line: 6 (6)


The other changes are more significant. Ex-Panthers offensive coordinator Rob Chudzinski takes the helm of the Browns to give more creative and dynamic team. Along with him came Norv Turner, who after five seasons in San Diego, comes to work best Cleveland weak attack.

We will see many play-action attack, especially if the RB Trent Richardson start the season, as it is the great hope of the Browns offensive team.

Turner has his main quarterback Brandon Weeden, but the competition promises to be good. The franchise brought Jason Campbell and Brian Hoyer Weeden competition, which is not the most beloved of Cleveland.

The Browns lost three good receivers Joshua Cribbs, Mohamed Massaquoi and Ben Watson and restored with Kellen Davis and Davone Bess. Parts offensive go missing.

On defense, Paul Kruger, who won with the Ravens, and the first choice of the Browns Draft, Barkevious Mingo, can give a light touch to the defense sector.

BSN Sports blog prediction: 5-11 campaign in 2012 was amazing for the Browns, especially with the victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers. Repeat the campaign - win a division rival again, it would be great for the team, trying to keep a good pace to return to the playoffs.

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