What Are The Cleveland Browns Odds To Win Super Bowl LVIII?
Many were expecting the Cleveland Browns Super Bowl odds to get better after their 2020 playoff run, however, they haven’t made it back to the postseason since and their Super Bowl odds show that. The Browns +4000 odds to win Super Bowl 58 are the second straight season of +4000 preseason odds. They are on a huge Super Bowl drought right now with their last appearance in the game coming in 1965 before the league transitioned to the Super Bowl.
All of the Cleveland Browns odds that relate to betting on Super Bowl LVIII can be found right here. You’ll see what their odds are to win the AFC Championship, their AFC North divisional odds, different team prop odds, player prop odds, and their betting history. We’ll also show you how to bet on them by funding your Super Bowl betting accounts and anything else you might need to know about them.
- Cleveland traded for Elijah Moore in the 2023 offseason
- The Browns have finished with a losing record in 14 of the last 15 seasons
- The Browns last division title was in 1989
Browns Playoff Record By Round
- Overall: 17-21
- Wild Card: 2-3
- Divisional Round: 7-8
- Conference Championship: 0-5
- Super Bowl: n/a
Cleveland Browns Playoff History
|1946, 1947, 1948, 1949, 1950, 1951, 1952, 1953, 1954, 1955, 1957, 1958, 1964, 1965, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1971, 1972, 1980, 1982, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1994, 2002, 2020|
|1946, 1947, 1948, 1950, 1951, 1952, 1953, 1954, 1955, 1957, 1964, 1965, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1971, 1980, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1989|
|1950, 1951, 1952, 1953, 1954, 1955, 1957, 1964, 1965, 1968, 1969|
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|Super Bowl MVPs||
The Browns AFC Championship betting odds have now opened at +2000 odds or more in three of the last four seasons with their +2000 preseason odds. In three of the last four seasons, things have not been looking up for them at all as by Week 8 of the regular season, their AFC Championship odds have jumped to +4000 or more. The last time they were even in the AFC Championship game was back in 1989.
Since the formation of the AFC North division in 2002, the Browns have no division championships to their name. They finished in second place just two times since then with the rest of the years finishing in third or fourth place. Their odds to win the division title over the last four seasons have been less than +600 and that is continuing with their AFC North betting lines that opened at +350.
2023-24 Cleveland Browns Betting Odds
- Super Bowl: +3500
- AFC Championship: TBD
- AFC North: TBD
2023-24 Browns Player Prop Odds
Betting on player prop odds on the Cleveland Browns comes easy as there are so many to choose from not only every week but for the season as a whole. Player prop odds include betting on offensive players total yardage for any single game or for the whole season as well as their touchdown numbers. There are also defensive player prop odds as well for stat categories such as total tackles, sacks, and interceptions.
2023-24 Browns Team Prop Odds
Team prop odds for Super Bowl 58 for the Cleveland Browns are all over Super Bowl betting sites and there are plenty of forms of team props that you could bet on. Two of the main team props for the Browns are their odds to either make or miss the playoffs or their season win total odds. They’ve made the playoffs just one time in the last 14 years and have been favored to miss the playoffs in all but one year in that span. In the last eight years, they’ve stayed under their preseason win total six times.
Cleveland Browns Win Total
- Over 9 Wins -115
- Under 9 Wins -115
2023-24 Browns Team Prop Odds
- Yes -110
- No -120
Cleveland Browns Odds History
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Depositing Funds To Bet On The Cleveland Browns
Making a deposit to bet on Super Bowl 58 on the Browns odds comes easy and quickly with any deposit method that you choose. Any deposit method that you choose on any SB58 betting site will have restrictions for you to follow such as fees, processing times, and minimums and maximums. Some of the methods that you can choose from range from everyday methods to ones that aren’t as popular but all are convenient.
- Credit/Debit Card
- Money Order
- Wire Transfer
Withdrawal Methods For Cleveland Browns Betting
Similar to depositing, you have different options when it comes to withdrawing your funds as well and some methods will even have your funds deposited back to you in just minutes. You might need to follow processing times, transaction fees, and limits depending on which method you choose, but overall, the process goes quickly and without any hassle.
- Wire Transfer
- Money Order
- Check In The Mail
Using Cryptocurrency To Bet On The Cleveland Browns
Betting on the Browns with an online NFL betting site has gotten so much easier with the addition of several cryptocurrencies as an accepted form of payment for funding and withdrawing from your accounts. They are very beneficial being that they have zero processing fees linked to them meaning you can deposit or withdrawal as much as you want without having to worry about fees. You can also directly make any transaction right from your crypto wallet to your betting account as well.
Cleveland Browns bettors are some of the most courageous in the NFL as they have been through a lot over the years. Now, betting on the Browns success can be done easily and quickly as there are Super Bowl mobile betting sites available and compatible with several different devices.
Can Browns Fans Bet In Ohio?
Browns fans can easily wager in Ohio via online sportsbooks like BetOnline, which are available across the state, and you can even use them in FirstEnergy Stadium when you’re watching the Browns. There are no land-based sportsbooks in Ohio, nor are there state-regulated sports betting apps. For those that want to get the in-person experience, they can make their way to their neighboring states in Indiana and Pennsylvania where they offer retail sportsbooks but don't be surprised to see worse odds locally from all the Browns fans placing action.
Cleveland Browns Playoff History
Since becoming an official NFL team back in 1946, the Browns have really made their mark on playoff appearances, however, in the history of the Super Bowl, they haven’t made much noise. The Browns have a total of 29 playoff appearances in their existence with 14 coming pre-Super Bowl era. That includes 21 divisional championships and 11 conference championships but no Super Bowl wins.
Browns Playoff Appearances
The Browns wasted no time in making the playoffs as soon as they became an NFL team in 1946 which was their first playoff run. The Paul Brown era for the Browns was arguably one of the best eras in the NFL as he led them to 12 playoff appearances in 16 years which included not missing a playoff from 1946-1955 and added two more in 1957-1958. The Blanton Collier era for the Browns was also an impressive one as he led them to 5 playoffs in 7 years including 1964-1965 and 1967-1969. Nick Skorich then took over in 1971 and led them to just two more in 1971-1972. The 80s was a great time to be a Browns fan as they made 7 playoff appearances. Sam Rutigliano kicked off the playoff appearances in 1980 and 1982. They then made four straight from 1985-1988 under Marty Schottenheimer. They went on to three more playoff appearances in 1989, 1994 and 2002 under Bud Carson, Bill Belichick. Their most recent appearance came in 2020 under Kevin Stefanski.
Browns Division Championships
The Browns were very efficient as they made the playoffs 29 times and of those 28 times, 21 of them came as division champions. Their first three came in 1946-1949 then again from 1950-1955 and again in 1957 all under Paul Brown. Blanton Collier then led them to five more in 1964-1965 and again from 1967-1969. Nick Skorich led them to just one more in 1971. They won the remainder of their division titles in the 80s under three different coaches. Sam Rutigliano in 1980, Marty Schottenheimer from 1985-1987 and Bud Carson in 1989.
Browns Conference Championships
Of all of the Browns playoff appearances and division championships, 11 of them have been converted into conference championships. All of the Browns conference titles came in the 50s and 60s under Paul Brown and Blanton Collier. Brown led them to seven from 1950-1955 and 1957. Collier led them to four more in 1964-1965 and again in 1968-1969.
Browns Super Bowl Victories
Unfortunately for the Browns, they have not won any championships in the Super Bowl era which began in 1967. They have, however, won four NFL Championships prior to the Super Bowl era in 1950, 1954-1955 and 1964.
Browns’ Largest Playoff Comeback In Franchise History
The Cleveland Browns do not have a very illustrious history of completing large comebacks in the playoffs, with the largest playoff deficit overcome in franchise history being just 10 points. This took place on January 3, 1987 in the AFC Divisional Round against the New York Jets. The Jets held a 20-10 lead in the fourth quarter; however, the Browns scored 10 straight unanswered in the fourth, tying the game with a 22-yard Mark Moseley field goal. The Browns capped off the largest playoff comeback in franchise history with another Moseley field goal - this time from 27 yards out to win the game in overtime 23-20.