Titans vs Browns Odds and Predictions : The Tennessee Titans (8-3) will look to re-establish themselves as one of the top AFC teams as they take on the Cleveland Browns (8-3) on Sunday, 6 December. The high voltage clash will be played at the Nissan Stadium, the home field of the Titans.
While the Browns managed to pull out a close win against the Jaguars in the last game, they seem to be too one-dimensional on defense to beat the mighty teams.
They need a more consistent presence in passing to trouble the Titan defenders. The Cleveland Browns are currently in the second position in the AFC North points table. As per a statement from the Browns coach Kevin Stefanski, there is no hope of cornerback Denzel Ward to make a comeback in Week 13.
The Tennessee Titans must be confident after a thumping win over the Colts last Sunday. They are currently enjoying the top spot in AFC South.
The Titans seem to have a perfect team balance that would act as a puzzle to solve for the Browns. They have performed much better than the last NFL season.
Titans vs Browns Odds and Predictions Summary
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The Titans started the league on a high note with 5 consecutive wins against teams like Broncos, Jaguars, Vikings, Bills, and Texans.
But they couldn’t continue the form and faced 3 defeats in the next 4 games. The 34-17 defeat against the Colts was very disheartening for the Titans.
However, they pulled their socks up and won the next game against the Ravens. They also avenged their loss against the Indianapolis Colts by beating them with a margin of 45-26.
The Cleveland Browns fought hard against the Jaguars to win with a margin of 27-25 i their last game. They had a poor start to the league facing a 6-38 loss to the Ravens in the first game. But the Browns bounced back quite well with back to back wins against the Bengals, Washington, Cowboys, and Colts.
They faced two crushing defeats against Steelers and Raiders with a margin of 7-38 and 6-16. The Cleveland boys will be facing the Titans after three consecutive close wins against the Texans, Eagles, and Jaguars. Overall, the Browns are 5-0 in games decided by a margin of 5 points or less.
The Titans have maintained a decent record at their home in the current season with 4 wins out of 6 matches. The Browns, on the other hand, have managed to win 3 out of their 4 away games.
Houston Oilers played their first game as Tennessee Titans in the year in September 1999. Prior to this match which was won by the Titans, the two teams had their very first clash in the year 1970 when the Cleveland Browns defeated the Oilers by 28-18 score.
Since then Tennessee Titans and Cleveland Browns have met each other 67 times which includes one post season game too. The Titans won 32 games, while the Browns won 35 of them.
If we consider the last 5 matches, the Browns won 2 games, while the Titans had 3 wins. The last match between the two teams was played in September 2019 when Titans defeated the Browns by 43-13 score.
The last time when the Titans hosted the Browns, they won a close contest with a margin of 28-26.
The Titan’s passing has been impressive so far. Quarter back Ryan Tannehill has led from the from with 2,608 passing yards and a high completion percentage of 65.0%. In all he has 25 Touchdowns this NFL season.
The Browns will rely on Baker Mayfield in passing who has performed exceptionally well in this season, With 2,108 passing yards, he has maintained a completion percentage of 61.2%. Baker has 17 touchdowns to his name as of now.
Derrick Henry is a key player for the Titans in rushing. He has completed 1,257 rushing yards in the current NFL season.
The Browns’ will be highly dependent of rookie Nick Chubb and running backKareem Hunt. Both the players have 700+ rushing yards. Chubbs’s average of yards per rush attempt stands at 6.3.
A.J Brown is another crucial player for the Titans in Receiving. He has already completed 638 receiving yards. The Browns’ receiving depends a lot on Jarvis Landry who has maintained an average of 55.8 receiving yards per game.
Jayon Brown and Kevin Byard have controlled the defense department quite well for the Titans. Brown has 76 tackles so far, while Byard has made 51 solo tackles.
For the Browns, B.J Goodson is the leading defender with 75 tackles. He will need good support from other defenders like Andrew Sendejo and Malcolm Smith.
Talking about Kicking, both the teams look quite good. Stephen Gostkowski has made 16 field goals for the Titans. The Browns have Cody Parker who has maintained a high field goal percentage of 88.2%.
An exciting contest is expected as two of the NFL’s most explosive rushing teams collide on Sunday. With heavy playoff implications on the line, it is a very important game for both teams. The Titans are looking really strong, while the Browns need to be more accurate in their defense as they face the mighty hosts.
SportsBookWire is a trusted platform for prediction analysis. They are giving a 69.5% win probability to the Titans, while the Browns’ chances stand at just 35.7%.
As per the Odds via BETMGM,
SMarkets have given 1.31 betting odds in favor of Tennessee Titans, while the odds for Cleveland Brows are 3.55.
Oddschecker is another famous platform for betting odds. As per them, the odds are 2/5 in favor of the Titans and 11/5 for the Browns