NFL Sportsbook Odds at – Browns Need to Rebound Against Raiders

The Cleveland Browns could have hardly played worse last week than they did against the Jacksonville Jaguars, but those things happen sometimes when you are caught celebrating a victory, as they were (after beating Pittsburgh) and don’t pay enough attention to the opponent in front of you. They will try to regroup and rebound against the Oakland Raiders in Sunday action that gets underway at 4:25 PM ET at FirstEnergy Stadium in Cleveland.

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In the Asian Sportsbooks betting odds that have been posted on this game by the people at BetAnySports, the Browns are laying almost a touchdown:

NFL Sportsbook Betting odds Courtesy Of BetAnySports USA Asian Bookies Online

NFL Sportsbook Odds at - Browns Need to Rebound Against Raiders
Cleveland Browns -6.5 (-115)
Oakland Raiders +6.5 (-105)

Over 44 points -110
Under 44 points -110

Honestly, the big question you have to ask about the Cleveland Browns is whether they showed their true colors last week when they couldn’t seem to get out of their own way against the Jacksonville Jaguars. Cleveland played a lot like it did in the preseason, with horrible quarterback play, as Brian Hoyer completed just 16 out of his 41 passes and this team gave Jacksonville some silly chances in the fourth quarter. Cleveland managed three interceptions on the afternoon, but did next to nothing in capitalizing on them. So there is no question that this squad has to come out with much more urgency against another winless team.

When BetAnySports Asian Bookies online customers think about it, it probably was a blessing that this team found itself flat last week, because they know that they can’t overlook any opponent. Coach Mike Pettine, in his first year at the helm, has done a pretty good job of getting some real effort out of this club in every game, which is why last Sunday’s performance was probably an aberration.

Speaking of effort, Tony Sparano, the former head coach in Miami who is now handling the job on an interim basis in Oakland, has at least gotten some effort out of his team in the last couple of weeks. They took San Diego right down to the wire, and then loss to Arizona in what was a rather competitive game. This is a team that was understandably going to have to go through some growing pains with rookie quarterback Derek Carr, and because he has not necessarily been a pastor who has been able to stretch the field (6.1 yards per attempt), he has allowed opposing defensive coordinators to play against this Oakland attack much differently than they might otherwise.

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CHARLES JAY grew up around the gaming business, was raised in the boxing business, and along the way has developed a colorful background through a wide range of experiences. Jay was a veteran of almost two decades actively in the boxing industry, as a writer, publicist, matchmaker, booking agent, manager, and promoter. He was engaged as editorial consultant for USA Network's "Tuesday Night Fights" for seven years, and also did some on-air work for USA. He also served as color commentator for, among others, Sunshine Network and Prime Network, and has called more than a dozen world championship fights for national and/or international television. He has been the host of numerous radio programs, including "Sportswatch with Charles Jay" on KDWN in Las Vegas, "Total Action" on WAXY 790 in Miami, and "Charles Jay's Winning Edge", syndicated into 55 markets by the American Radio Networks. For the past 20 years, he has been a professional sports handicapper, and as a consultant to the casino industry from 1993-95, helped to launch Casino Magic in Mississippi as a major venue for sports promotions. Also, he's been a casino/sports gaming columnist for a number of leading publications, including Sports Form, Casino Player, Card Player, and The Gambler. In the 2000's, he became widely known as one of the world's leading proponents and experts on the subject of boxing reform, having been asked to appear on numerous panels and speak at officials' seminars. He was the author of "Operation Cleanup" and "Operation Cleanup 2: Unfinished Business" - two critically-acclaimed e-books that represent arguably the most comprehensive and in-depth examination of boxing reform issues ever put into publication. In 2004 he published a third electronic book - "Body Shots: Outside the Ring and Inside the Game of Pro Boxing". In 2003 he was the recipient of the "Dignity" Award, in the category of "Best Sports Writer," as bestowed by the Retired Boxers Foundation.

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