Cleveland Browns Regular Season Total Wins Betting 2012

Cleveland Browns Regular Season Total Wins Betting 2012

 

The Cleveland Browns finished in the basement of the AFC North in 2011 with only four wins, and totally reshaped their team in the off-season via the draft. With a offense being led by rookies it is surprising to see BetDSI Sportsbook current live lines have the Cleveland Browns set at an over / under of 6 ½ wins for the 2012 season.

There was no doubt that Cleveland’s first round selection and third pick of the draft Alabama’s Trent Richardson would be day one starter, but it looks as if the Browns brass are ready to put the football in the hands of late first round pick (#22) QB Brandon Weeden out of Oklahoma State. Former QB Colt McCoy is already on the trading block with the Brown looking at offers, and will probably be dealt before training camp starts.

2012 Schedule:

Week 1

vs Philadelphia Eagles

Week 2

@ Cincinnati Bengals

Week 3

vs Buffalo Bills

Week 4

@ Baltimore Ravens

Week 5

@ New York Giants

Week 6

vs Cincinnati Bengals

Week 7

@ Indianapolis Colts

Week 8

vs San Diego Chargers

Week 9

vs Baltimore Ravens

Week 10

BYE

Week 11

@ Dallas Cowboys

Week 12

vs Pittsburgh Steelers

Week 13

@ Oakland Raiders

Week 14

vs Kansas City Chiefs

Week 15

vs Washington Redskins

Week 16

@ Denver Broncos

Week 17

@ Pittsburgh Steelers

Cleveland Browns Regular Season Total Wins Betting 2012 : I like how the Browns were aggressive in drafting Weeden in the first , and giving him the opportunity to start right away. They see their man pulled the trigger and now are giving him the ball with the best runningback in the draft behind him, but is it good enough to get them to six wins this year? I highly doubt it I and love the under 6 ½ wins on this wager.

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