Philadelphia Eagles vs Cleveland Browns (PHI +3.5, O/U 47.5)
Carson Wentz and the Eagles hit the road to Cleveland in hopes of retaining their precarious lead in the NFC East with a 3-5-1 record on the season. Baker Mayfield and the Browns await in what will be Cleveland’s third straight home game following weather-marred outings against Las Vegas and Houston. Kevin Stefanski will attempt to get Cleveland back to its high-scoring ways, as the Browns offense entered Week 8’s matchup with the Raiders having scored 30 or more points in five of their previous six games.
Cleveland is currently listed as a 3.5-point favorite over the visiting Eagles, but our NFL model views things differently. Our model is predicting a much more favorable outcome for Philly, projecting a final score of 25.9-23.5 in favor of Doug Pederson’s squad. Therefore, we have a rather sizable edge on the Eagles considering we have them winning outright as 3.5-point underdogs.
Our model suggests an $89 wager on PHILADELPHIA +3.5 for an average $100 bettor.
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How to bet the total in Eagles vs Browns:
Prediction Machine’s NFL model projects a final score of 25.9-23.5 in favor of the Eagles. With 49.4 projected points and an OVER/UNDER of 47.5, we have a slight edge on the OVER in this one. Our model suggests a $54 wager on OVER 47.5 for $100 average bettors.