- The Cleveland Browns remain 3.5-point favorites against the Tennessee Titans without All-Pro running back Nick Chubb.
- Tennessee is favored to cover the 3.5-point spread on the road with -120 odds.
- Cleveland signed Kareem Hunt on Wednesday with Chubb out for the rest of the season.
CLEVELAND – The Tennessee Titans are 3.5-point underdogs against the Cleveland Browns in Week 3. The Browns have -180 odds to secure a victory against the Titans in Cleveland.
Even if the Browns get a win in Week 3, they aren’t worth a bet on the Super Bowl without Nick Chubb. Chubb averages 5.3 yards per carry in his career, the third-highest average in the Super Bowl Era with a minimum of 500 carries.
Browns Betting Odds Without Nick Chubb Against Tennessee
The loss of Nick Chubb tanked the Browns Super Bowl 58 odds to +2800 following their Monday Night Football loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers. It didn’t affect their odds against the Tennessee Titans, as Cleveland remains a 3.5-point favorite.
Jerome Ford is expected to fill in as the lead back and get a win for the Browns with -180 odds. The Browns are 8-2 outright as 3.5-point or greater favorites at home.
Cleveland Browns Vs Tennessee Titans Betting Lines
|Tennessee Titans||+3.5 (-120)||+155||O39.5 (-110)|
|Cleveland Browns||-3.5 (EVEN)||-180||U39.5 (-110)|
Although they’ve been successful on the moneyline, Cleveland is just 3-7 against the spread when favored by more than a field goal at home. The Browns’ signing of Kareem Hunt creates a dynamic backfield that can win the game without Chubb.
Tennessee is favored to cover the spread on Sunday but the Titans Super Bowl 58 odds at +10000 show their slim chances of making a run this season. Still, the Titans are 2-0 against the spread this season.
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