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Cleveland Browns vs. New York Jets – NFL – Predictions, Betting Lines, Odds and Trends

The New York Jets (0-1) are 6-point underdogs heading into their matchup on Sunday, September 18, 2022 against the Cleveland Browns (1-0). The point total is set at 40.5.

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Browns and Jets: Betting Trends

  • The Browns beat the spread seven times in 17 games last year.
  • As a 6-point favorite or greater, the Browns had one win ATS (1-3) last year.
  • There were seven Browns games (out of 17) that hit the over last year.
  • The Browns finished with a 7-2 record in games they were favored on the moneyline last season (winning 77.8% of those games).
  • The Browns won all four games they played as a moneyline favorite with odds of -257 or shorter.
  • The implied moneyline probability for this matchup gives the Browns a 72.0% chance to win.
  • The Jets’ record against the spread last season was 6-11-0.
  • The Jets’ ATS record as underdogs of 6 points or more was 3-5 last season.
  • Out of the 17 Jets’ games last year, 10 hit the over.
  • The Jets won three, or 18.8%, of the 16 games they played as underdogs last season.
  • The Jets entered nine games last season as the underdog by +205 or more and were 2-7 in those contests.

Over/Under Trends

  • Browns games finished with more than 40.5 points eight times last year.
  • There were 11 Jets games last season with more than 40.5 points scored.
  • Last season, the two teams combined to average 1.8 points per game fewer than the total for this matchup (40.5).
  • These two teams yielded a combined 51.4 points per game a year ago, 10.9 higher than the total for this matchup.
  • The over/under in this matchup is 40.5 points, 4.9 fewer than the average total in last season’s Browns contests.
  • Last season, Jets games resulted in an average scoring total of 44, which is 3.5 points higher than the over/under for this matchup.

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Browns Players to Watch

  • Nick Chubb finished the 2021 season as the 35th-best fantasy player overall and the seventh-best fantasy RB with 195.3 fantasy points (14 per game).
  • Amari Cooper’s 134.5 total fantasy points a season ago (an average of 9 per game), were good enough to rank him 82nd overall and 25th among WRs.
  • Last year, Kareem Hunt’s 90 total fantasy points made him the No. 140 fantasy player and No. 43 RB. He averaged 11.3 fantasy points per game.
  • D’Ernest Johnson was the 148th-ranked fantasy player — and the 45th-ranked RB — in 2021 with 85.1 fantasy points. He averaged 5 fantasy points per game.

Jets Players to Watch

  • Zach Wilson’s impressive 2021 fantasy campaign saw him rack up 153.9 fantasy points (11.8 per game) and finish 64th overall among all players and 29th among all QBs.
  • Michael Carter placed 30th among RBs and 95th league-wide in fantasy standings after totaling 118.4 fantasy points (8.5 per game) last season.
  • Last year, Elijah Moore 95.2 total fantasy points to finish as the No. 46 WR and the No. 127 fantasy player overall. He averaged 8.7 fantasy points per game.
  • Ty Johnson finished 49th among RBs and 156th overall last season in fantasy rankings. He totaled 83 fantasy points (5.2 per game).

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