Cleveland Browns Vs. Green Bay Packers Preview – October 20 2013

The Cleveland Browns (3-3) will travel to Lambeau Field in Green Bay, Wisconsin to face off against The Packers (3-2) at 4.25PM EST today. The Green Bay Packers have been playing solid football, with two wins in a row and will look to continue their streak.

The Green Bay Packers opened up earlier this week as the eleven point favorites and a total listed at 46.5 but we have seen some line movement. We are currently seeing The Packers listed as the -10.5 favorites from some of the top rated USA Sportsbooks.

The Green Bay Packers won the past two games against The Detroit Lions and The Baltimore Ravens. They were victorious against The Ravens 19-17 in a close game. Aaron Rodgers played stellar football and was good for three hundred fifteen yards at the M&T Bank Stadium.

The football fans that bet on The Green Bay Packers were rewarded as the Packers covered the on point spread, the sports fans that bet the under were victorious. The Packers Eddie Lacy rushed for one hundred twenty yards, Aaron Rodgers put up twenty-one yards in their victory.

Green Bay is playing this afternoon without some of their best players. James Jones was injured last Sunday in the first quarter against The Ravens and Randall Cobb was injured prior to halftime. The Packers are going to have a match on their hands, as The Browns will be looking to redeem themselves after their loss against The Detroit Lions last week.

The Detroit Lions defeated the Cleveland Browns in last week game 31-17 at FirstEnergy Stadium. The Browns were deemed the -2.5 favorites by the best NFL Football Betting Sites For USA Players but did not cover the spread in their loss. The sports fans that wagered on the over were victorious.

The updated NFL Betting Trends for this game give us some insight into some of the angles the odds makers are looking at. The total has gone UNDER in four of The Packers last six games at home and the total has gone UNDER in five of The Browns last seven away games.

The total has gone OVER in seventeen of The Packers last twenty-five home games and the total has gone OVER in four of The Packers last six games. The Browns is 2-15 straight up in its last seventeen away games and just 3-6 against the spread (ATS) in its last nine games. The Packers is 5-0 straight up in its last five games at home and 13-5 straight up in its last eighteen games.

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