Seahawks-Browns final score
The Seahawks won a wild one over the Browns, with Chris Carson punching in a one-yard touchdown with 3:30 to go. The Seahawks were one-point favorites and won the game by a final score of 32-28. The game blew over the 46.5 point total. Cleveland looked like they might secure the home upset, turning a shanked punt into a Nick Chubb touchdown. The Seahawks responded with a nine-play, 79 yard drive to get the score. Baker Mayfield threw an interception on the next drive and the Seahawks ended the game with eight plays.
The Seattle Seahawks are proving to be one of the elite teams in the NFL this season, especially since they’re in one of the most competitive divisions. Meanwhile, the Cleveland Browns are proving to be one of the most over-hyped teams, starting the season off 2-3. Both teams played an NFC West opponent last week. The Seahawks barely edged past the Rams in Seattle, and the Browns got absolutely trampled by the 49ers in San Francisco. Now, they’ll meet up in Cleveland where the Browns have yet to pick up a win.
The Browns may have to look past this game in order to get that first home win. The Seahawks have one of the best run defenses in the league, allowing the fourth-fewest rushing yards per game. While they’ve shown some weakness against the pass, Baker Mayfield (DFS salary $5,500) hasn’t been performing well enough to exploit that. He has yet to play a game this season without throwing an interception, a feat he pulled off six times last season. It’s almost as if adding Odell Beckham Jr. ($6,800) to the receiving corps made Mayfield worse. It’s more likely that they’re just growing pains, but only time will tell. The Browns have plenty to figure out, unfortunately this game may not allow any wiggle room.
Russell Wilson ($6,600) leads the league in passing touchdowns and passer rating, while his running back, Chris Carson ($6,000,) has provided two consecutive games with 100+ rushing yards. This offense has already clicked, and there’s no reason to doubt that will continue in Cleveland. I’m thinking the Seahawks won’t have any issues covering the 1-point spread, but the Browns will finally find some fight in themselves which will push this one over 46.5 points.
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Seahawks at Browns
Point Spread: Browns +1
Total Points: 46.5
Money Line: Seahawks -114; Browns +100
Overall: Seahawks 4-1; Browns 2-3
ATS: Seahawks 2-3; Browns 2-3
O/U: Seahawks 3-2; Browns 2-3
Notable Prop Bets
- Chris Carson to score 1st TD of the game and team to win: +1100
- Chris Carson to have more rushing yards than Nick Chubb: +100
- Odell Beckham Jr. over 5.5 receptions: +110
- Jarvis Landry over 64.5 receiving yards: +100
- The Seahawks have won each of their last five games against AFC North opponents.
- The road team has covered the spread in each of the Seahawks’ last seven games.
- Each of the Browns’ last seven games against NFC opponents have gone UNDER the total points line.
- In each of the Seahawks’ last three road games, the highest scoring quarter has been the fourth.
- Will Dissly has scored at least one touchdown in each of the Seahawks’ last three day games.
- David Moore has scored at least one touchdown in each of the Seahawks’ last four games in October.
- Nick Chubb has scored at least one touchdown in each of the Browns’ last three day games against NFC opponents.
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