New Orleans Saints vs Cleveland Browns

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When it comes to NFL Week 16 matchups, the one between the New Orleans Saints and Cleveland Browns could have plenty of fireworks. Both teams have quarterbacks with high pedigrees and are hoping to challenge for a spot in the playoffs and perhaps more.

Saints vs. Browns Betting Preview

When it comes to Saints vs Browns betting analysis, it is interesting to note both teams have a high ceiling, but could also have a low floor. New Orleans may have found a gem as NFL stats show Jameis Winston is capable of a strong quarterback. What has plagued Winston in the past has been his proclivity for throwing interceptions.

In the early part of the season, Winston has shown he is capable of having games where he doesn’t turn the ball over much. Saints utility man Taysom Hill has become a solid part of the running game and compliments running back Alvin Kamara well. When it comes to NFL teams, New Orleans also has a solid receiving core led by veterans Jarvis Landry and Michael Thomas as well as Chris Olave.

Battling through the NFL standings will be a challenge for the Browns through the first 11 weeks. What Cleveland is hoping is that when quarterback Deshaun Watson returns from a suspension that he can be the missing piece on a Browns team that breaks through the glass ceiling and gets to the Super Bowl.

The Cleveland Browns, who will rely on the one-two punch of Nick Chubb and Kareem Hunt throughout the season, may be on track to have a winning record even without Watson. Cleveland can control the clock and allow quarterback Jacoby Brissett to manage the game. Saints vs Browns odds 

Rivalry History

Saints vs Browns betting analysis shows Cleveland has dominated the all-time series. The Browns have won 13 of the 18 meetings between the two sides.

Matchup Trends

The Browns and Saints only meet every four seasons, so there haven’t been many trends that have developed. The two teams have split their last four meetings.

Venue Information

The New Orleans Saints have played in the Caesars Superdome since 1975. It has a capacity of 73, 208 people.

Betting Tips for New Orleans Saints vs. Cleveland Browns

Saints vs Browns betting analysis shows life without Sean Payton may not be a disaster for New Orleans. The Saints have a team with potential on offense that could grow into a solid playoff contender by the end of the season. Cleveland was expected to be good, but will stay have to face a lot of adversity by the time Watson returns.

This is a game Cleveland should win and may feature a lot of scoring in a game sure to impact the NFL standings.

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