NFL Week 9 Predictions on the New England Patriots vs Cleveland Browns Odds: The team with the best record in the National Football League, the New England Patriots, visits Cleveland to take on the Browns this Sunday 1 PM ET at Cleveland Browns Stadium. The Patriots vs Browns NFL Point Spread have the Pats -4 at BETUS.com.
After the loss in week 2 against the NY Jets the Patriots have won their last five games including against big teams like the Ravens, Chargers and Vikings. Last week the Pats beat the Vikes 28-18 as QB Tom Brady threw for 240 yards and one touchdown but also RB BenJarvus Green-Ellis had his breakout game as he ran 112 yards and score against a hard-hitting defense like the Vikings. "We're winning close games. We're winning tough games and I think that's what it takes," Brady said. "You've got to win on the road. You've got to beat good teams. You've got to win when you're down."
The Browns are a team that is growing step by step and they will try to build some momentum after beating the Super Bowl Champions New Orleans Saints 30-17 at their own building. QB Colt McCoy will probably be the starter, so far in the season he has thrown for 355 yards and one TD in two starts but you have to realize the Browns staff is not asking much from him. McCoy just needs to give the ball to RB Peyton Hillis (who averages 4.4 yards per carry and has scored five TDs so far in the season) and don´t mess the offense up. "The playing time (McCoy) has gotten has been great," Mangini said, "and the things he has shown have been really positive."
Keep in mind New England is 30-14 ATS off 3 straight ATS wins, 4-1 ATS in all games where the total is between 42.5 and 49 points and 9-5 ATS as a favorite of 3.5 to 9.5 points.
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