- Baker Mayfield has -114 odds to pass for more than 237.5 yards against the Arizona Cardinals.
- Mayfield has done so in 55% of his career games.
- Nick Chubb, the Browns’ starting RB, will be out for the game, to be replaced by Kareem Hunt.
CLEVELAND – Baker Mayfield will be without backfield partner Nick Chubb on Sunday, which means more of the load will be on his arm.
Mayfield’s expectations are lower than those of other elite quarterbacks, but he has to be good enough if his Cleveland Browns want a shot at beating the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday.
Baker Mayfield Passing Yards Odds
- Over 237.5 -114
- Under 237.5 -114
Mayfield has passed for more than 237.5 yards in 55% of his career games, and he’s done so in three of his five games this season.
The Cardinals defense has allowed more than 237.5 passing yards in three of their five games this season as well.
Baker Mayfield Touchdowns Odds
- Over 1.5 -108
- Under 1.5 -120
Mayfield has historically put up 1.5+ touchdowns in 49% of games he’s played in, but he’s only put up more than 1.5 touchdowns in one game this year.
The Cardinals have given up 1.5+ touchdowns to quarterbacks in twice this year – against Kirk Cousins and Matthew Stafford.
Baker Mayfield Completions Odds
- Over 21.5 +100
- Under 21.5 -130
Mayfield has not been a completion machine – the Browns have a dominant rushing attack. However, Nick Chubb will miss this game, which could be good for Baker hitting this over.
He’s hit 21.5 or more competitions in 39% of his career games, but only one this season. The Arizona defense has given up more than 21.5 completions to three quarterbacks this year – Kirk Cousins, Trevor Lawrence and Matthew Stafford.
Baker Mayfield Rushing Yards Odds
- Over 10.5 -114
- Under 10.5 -114
Mayfield is not a runner, but he’s racked up more than 10.5 rushing yards in 33% of his career games.
The Arizona defense has let up a ton of yards on the ground – all five quarterbacks they played against ended up with 17 or more yards on the ground.
Mayfield may have a larger role and NFL betting fans should take that into account when the Browns take on the Cardinals at 4:05 p.m. EST on Sunday. The game will be broadcast on Fox and NFL Network.
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