The Cleveland Browns are not good, but you already knew that. The Browns are just 3-10 SU and 4-8-1 ATS this season while failing to cover in six of their last seven games. It’s not going to be easy for the Browns to rectify that situation this week as they visit the Seattle Seahawks Sunday.
Johnny Manziel is back and aside from ruining $100 bills, he performed admirably last week with 270 yards passing with one touchdown and one pick. Running back Isaiah Crowell blew up last week with 145 yards and two touchdowns. But remember, all of these numbers came against the 49ers, so take it with a grain of salt.
Why do we ever question the Seahawks? After starting the season 2-3 they went on a run and are now 8-5 and in prime position to make the playoffs. Quietly, Russell Wilson has become one of the best passers in the NFL with the signal caller throwing for 14 touchdowns and no interceptions in the past four games.
<li>The visiting team is 0-3 SU in the last three games between these teams.</li>
<li>The Seahawks will be without leading rusher Thomas Rawls as he broke his ankle last week.</li>
<li>The Seahawks are 9-2 ATS in their last 11 home games in December.</li>