Browns vs. Dolphins: Prediction and odds for Week 10

Sione Takitaki, Browns (Photo by Jamie Sabau/Getty Images)
Sione Takitaki, Browns (Photo by Jamie Sabau/Getty Images) /

The Cleveland Browns head to South Beach following the bye week to take on the Miami Dolphins. Here’s a look at the odds as well as a game prediction.

After enjoying a week off, the Cleveland Browns are ready for their Week 10 game against the Miami Dolphins. Entering this one, there are a couple of positives that play in the road team’s favor.

First is the momentum they built in Week 8. On Halloween night, they poured it on against the Cincinnati Bengals, which had to lift their spirits as they took a week off to plan for this one. Another positive is the return of Wyatt Teller and Denzel Ward, two big stars who were back at practice on Monday.

That wasn’t enough to convince oddsmakers that Cleveland will pull off another upset but they don’t have the 3-5 Browns as major underdogs entering Week 10.

Browns vs. Dolphins Odds Week 10

As has been the case for much of the season, Cleveland is an underdog in this game. Miami is a four-point favorite as of Monday night with a -205 Moneyline compared to +172 for the Browns. The over/under is 48.5 — which begs the question as to whether or not the powers that be saw Cleveland on Halloween night or the Dolphins’ game against the Bears.

Browns vs. Dolphins Prediction Week 10

Miami is currently 6-3 but they showed some issues in their latest win. While Tua Tagivailoa, Jaylen Waddle, and Tyreek Hill will be major concerns, their defense allowed 32 points against the Chicago Bears who are 3-6. They’re also considered an inept offense, whereas the Browns haven’t been.

It’s also the second time this year Jacoby Brissett will face an old team as he was with the Dolphins in 2021. Things went about as awful as they could against New England, but the staff in Miami is completely different so that likely won’t matter much.

Still, look for him to play well in a city he once called home while Nick Chubb continues to be Nick Chubb — and shows up his cousin Bradley Chubb — in a huge upset.

Prediction: Browns 31, Miami 27

Game odds refresh periodically and are subject to change.

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