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Tennessee Titans vs Cleveland Browns Preview

Are you ready for some football? The Cleveland Browns are gearing up to face the Tennessee Titans in what is expected to be a close matchup in Week 3 of the NFL season. As we approach Sunday's game, let's take a closer look at the Browns' season so far and make some bold predictions for their upcoming game.

The Browns have had a rocky start to the season, splitting their first two games against AFC North opponents. In their season opener against the Cincinnati Bengals, the Browns managed to secure a 24-3 win in a game that was characterized by poor weather and offense. Quarterbacks Joe Burrow and Deshaun Watson both struggled, with turnovers dominating the game. In their second game against the Pittsburgh Steelers, the Browns suffered a 26-22 loss, with two defensive touchdowns from the Steelers sealing the deal. Adding insult to injury, star running back Nick Chubb suffered a season-ending knee injury in the game.

The Titans, on the other hand, have had two close games to start their season. They lost their season opener against the New Orleans Saints 16-15 but bounced back in their home opener against the Los Angeles Chargers, winning 27-24 in overtime.

Despite the Titans' strong showing in their last game, the Browns are favored to win by 3.5 points at home. With that in mind, let's make some bold predictions for the game.

Prediction 1: Cleveland Browns QB Deshaun Watson will have fewer than 170 passing yards Deshaun Watson has had a mediocre start to the season, raising questions about his effectiveness as the Browns' No. 1 quarterback. He has completed fewer than 56% of his passes in both games this season, and in eight starts with the Browns, he has been held below 170 passing yards five times. With the added pressure of Chubb's absence, it's unlikely that Watson will suddenly turn things around against the Titans' defense.

Prediction 2: The Browns and Titans will combine to score fewer than 31.5 points Both the Browns and Titans have struggled offensively this season, and it's unlikely that they will suddenly explode for a high-scoring game. Cleveland's defense has been particularly impressive, ranking among the top teams in the league in fewest yards per carry allowed and opponents' passer rating. With both teams likely to rely on their defenses to keep the score low, betting on under 31.5 points might be a smart move for bettors.

While these are bold predictions, they have a better chance of coming true than what the odds indicate. Regardless of the outcome, Sunday's game promises to be an exciting one, with both teams fighting to secure their second win of the season.


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