Patriots vs Browns represents an intriguing AFC showdown between two hopeful contenders. Both teams enter at 2-3, meaning it is do-or-die time.
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- Betting Favorite: Browns -2.5
- Moneyline Odds: Patriots +120, Browns -145
- Location: FirstEnergy Stadium, Cleveland, OH
- Time/Network: 1:00 PM ET | CBS
Among all the teams in the NFL this season, the Patriots (2-3) stand out for their exceptional commitment to, and offensive success through, their run game. Rhamondre Stevenson and Damien Harris weren’t premium draft picks, reality or fantasy, but both backs are averaging over 50 rushing yards per game at over 4.5 yards per carry.
As a team, the Patriots rank ninth in rushing yards per game – it’s a strength that’s helped them stay competitive in games despite multiple injuries at the quarterback position.
With 962 yards on the ground through five games, the Browns lead the league in rushing yards by a wide margin. Their average of 192.4 per game leads the league by more than 12, and they trail only the Eagles in rushing touchdowns with ten.
Unfortunately for the Browns, they also allow 138.2 rushing yards per game – a significantly lower number than the four worse teams in the league but the fifth-worst number all the same. It wouldn’t be a surprise if the Patriots’ rushing attack keeps up with them in this matchup.
Both teams rank at the lower end of the league in passing yards per game, and they’ve thrown a combined nine touchdowns against nine interceptions. Jacoby Brissett has outplayed expectations at quarterback for the Browns, but they’ve made their offensive preferences overwhelmingly known, and the Patriots are still rolling with rookie third-string quarterback Bailey Zappe.
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