Cleveland Browns News: Browns odds to win Super Bowl LIV improve
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The Cleveland Browns were one of the most trendy teams to bet on to make the playoffs at the beginning of last season.
Those bets obviously did not pay off since the Browns finished just a few games shy of making the playoffs by the end of the 2018 season.
But the Browns showed massive improvement during the second half of the season, especially quarterback Baker Mayfield.
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They improved so much that the sports books in Las Vegas are showing a lot of belief in the Browns next season. In fact, the Browns odds to win the next Super Bowl have increased dramatically.
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Browns odds to win Super Bowl LIV improve drastically – Daryl Ruiter, 92.3 The Fan
"Bovada.lv gives the Browns 30/1 odds along with the Falcons and Ravens, which ranks 13th to win Super Bowl LIV. The Rams are the favorites at 7/1, the Chargers are 7.5/1, with the Chiefs and Patriots at 8/1 according to the sportsbook."
Although the run the Browns went on at the end of the season was exciting, it is quite surprising to see how much the Browns odds have improved. But with one more off-season to add talent, the Las Vegas sports books must feel confident that Cleveland can put everything together in 2019.
Editors note: Odds changed after being published, Browns odds now sit at 20/1
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Talkin’ Cleveland Browns: Now is the time to spend wisely – Terry Pluto, Cleveland.com
"I expect the Browns to make some free agent moves – and some trades. But as General Manager John Dorsey told 92.3 FM, ” “You just can’t go spend like a drunken sailor. To me, you just can’t do that.” Dorsey has stressed having salary cap room. It gives the front office the option of moving quickly if a high-priced player suddenly becomes available in a trade or is cut by another team."
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