- The Cleveland Browns spread has shifted from -6.5 to +3.5.
- The Washington Football Team spread shifted from +2.5 to +12.
CLEVELAND – The NFL has been hit hard by Over 100 confirmed positive COVID-19 cases and even more players placed on the COVID-19/Reserved list. Two teams that have been hit the hardest are the Cleveland Browns and Washington Football Team.
Browns Down 2 QBs
The Cleveland Browns odds have suffered horrendously with 15 players placed on the COVID-19/Reserved list including starting QB, Baker Matfield and bacckup, Case Keenum. That leaves third-string QB, Nick Mullens, in line to make his first start of the season.
The Browns line shifted from being favored at 6.5 points to now a 3.5-point underdog, the public has also switched gears. NFL betting sites have seen the Las Vegas Raiders take in 72% of the betting handle on the spread and 69% of the money on the moneyline.
The Browns will also be without two key receivers in Jarvis Landry and Austin Hooper.
It also does not help that the Browns have struggled against the spread this season as they covered just once in their last six games.
WFT Missing O-Line
The WFT odds saw a massive shift as well going from WFT +2.5 to now +12 against the Philadelphia Eagles.
This comes as Washington be without potentially three offensive linemen in Cornelius Lucas, Brandon Scherff, and Tyler Larsen. In addition, they will also be without their starting quarterback, Taylor Heinicke, and backup Kyle Allen.
Washington added Garrett Gilbert to take over under center.
Like the Raiders, the Eagles are seeing tremendous action on their side following all of Washington’s losses. The Eagles are taking 86% of the total bets on the spread and 67% of the money on the moneyline.
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