NFL PICKS WEEK 12: Broncos vs Browns


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As the Cleveland Browns face off against the Denver Broncos at Empower Field at Mile High, both teams are coming off contrasting outcomes in their recent matchups, setting the stage for an intriguing clash in Denver, Colorado.



SPREAD: Cleveland Browns +2.5 (-110), Denver Broncos -2.5 (-110)

MONEYLINE:  Cleveland Browns +115, Denver Broncos -135

TOTAL:  Cleveland Browns O 35 (-110), Denver Broncos U 35 (-110)


Mile High Momentum: Broncos look to soar against the Browns

The Denver Broncos secured a narrow 21-20 victory over the Minnesota Vikings in their last game, with quarterback Russell Wilson leading the charge. Wilson showcased accuracy, completing 77.1% of his passes for 259 yards, one touchdown, and no interceptions. Running back Javonte Williams contributed with 37 rushing yards and 16 receiving yards, while Courtland Sutton emerged as a key receiver with four catches for 66 yards and a touchdown.

Wilson has been a pivotal figure for the Broncos, amassing 2,065 passing yards, a 69% completion rate, and 19 touchdowns. The running back duo of Williams and Jaleel McLaughlin, along with the receiving prowess of Sutton and Jerry Jeudy, adds depth to the Broncos’ offensive arsenal. Defensively, Jonathon Cooper, Alex Singleton, and Justin Simmons have played crucial roles in tackles, tackles for loss, sacks, and interceptions.

In terms of betting trends, the Broncos have posted three wins against the spread in 10 games this season. However, when favored by 2.5 points or more, they have not covered the spread in any of the four instances. The Broncos’ games have leaned towards the over in 40% of their matchups, hitting that mark four times in 10 games with a set point total.

As for the NFL lines, Wilson’s precision and defensive playmakers like Cooper and Simmons could tip the scales in favor of the Broncos as they seek to build on their recent success.


Gridiron grit: Browns eye victory in the Mile High Battle


The Cleveland Browns, on the other hand, are coming off a hard-fought 13-10 victory against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Quarterback Dorian Thompson-Robinson threw for 165 yards with no touchdowns and one interception. Running back Kareem Hunt and receiver Elijah Moore played pivotal roles, contributing in both the rushing and receiving departments.

Key offensive leaders for the Browns include running back Jerome Ford, receiver Amari Cooper, and tight end David Njoku. Ford has amassed 563 rushing yards and three touchdowns, showcasing his versatility in the passing game. Myles Garrett has been a defensive force for the Browns, leading the team in tackles, tackles for loss, and sacks. Grant Delpit and Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah have also made significant contributions on the defensive end.

In terms of betting, the Browns have a solid 6-3-1 against the spread record this season. When considered underdogs by 2.5 points or more, they have covered the spread twice in three chances. Browns games have hit the over in 40% of their matchups this season.

For the NFL odds expect Ford’s ground dominance and Garrett’s defensive prowess to set the tone as the Browns aim for another hard-fought win.