Cardinals-Browns Odds

Can you believe the Cleveland Browns won more than twice as many games as the Arizona Cardinals in head-to-head matchups since 1950? If you want to place bets on their matches, it’s important to know Cardinals-Browns betting odds. Learning about the teams’ history can help you make the best bets.

Cardinals vs. Browns: Highlights and Past Stats

The Browns won 11 games last season despite having 76 key absences, according to the team’s podcasts. 

The NFL added a 17th game to the league’s 2021 season, a move that caused Cleveland’s NFL odds for the playoffs to drop significantly. This year, Super Bowl contenders like the Browns and Kansas City Chiefs made NFL draft and offseason moves. 

Week 15 (2019)

Line: Cleveland -2.5 

Over/Under: 48.5

Result:  Cardinals 38, Browns 24 

The Browns visited the Cardinals at State Farm Stadium in a rare intra-conference game.  

Arizona Cardinals

The Cardinals entered the game with a 3-8-1 overall record and an unimpressive 1-5-1 record at home.  Rookie quarterback Kyler Murray struggled in Arizona’s loss to Pittsburgh last week. He threw two interceptions. 

Cleveland Browns  

The AFC North team entered the game with a 6-7 overall record and a 2-4 record on the road. Cleveland faced Arizona after defeating the Cincinnati Bengals the week before. QB Baker Mayfield threw two interceptions while Nick Chubb ran for over 100 yards.  

Cardinals vs. Browns: Past Betting Trends 

Week 15 (2019)

The Cardinals were 1-5 against the spread (ATS) during their last six games at home. The total went over in Arizona’s last five of seven games during Week 15. However, their last six Sunday games resulted in four under results.

Meanwhile, the Browns faced the Cardinals with a 1-4 record ATS during their last five games on the road. Of the last eight games where Cleveland played NFC teams, the over/under had gone under seven times.

Cardinals vs. Browns: All-Time Series Facts

As of July 2021, the Cardinals and Browns have played each other 51 times. The Browns were victorious 33 times, and the Cardinals won 15 times. Three games were knotted up at the final score.

Cardinals vs. Browns: How to Bet on the Game

Over/Under: Also called totals bet, over/under bets use the combined final score. For example, a totals bettor must decide whether the final combined score between the Colts and Broncos will be over or under 47.

Live Betting: You can place a bet after the game starts airing on networks, such as CBS or Fox, and before it ends. A bet like this could be during the first quarter of the San Francisco 49ers vs. Seattle Seahawks matchup, for example.

Point Spread: The number of points a team wins or loses by determines these bets. A minus sign indicates the favored team (for example, Houston Texans -7). A plus means the team in question is the underdog (for example, Tennessee Titans +7).

Parlay: A parlay bet is a series of wagers on separate events. You only win the entire bet if you win each “leg.” You’d win a parlay bet if you correctly picked a series of teams, including the San Diego Chargers, New England Patriots, and New Orleans Saints, for example.

Teaser: In a teaser bet, you can move the spread of each bet to a more favorable line. This option causes the odds of games to drop. The multi-leg bet could include correctly selecting a series of teams like the Los Angeles Rams, Baltimore Ravens, and Jacksonville Jaguars, for example.

Moneyline: Moneyline bets are popular in leagues like the NBA, MLB, and NFL. It requires bettors to pick the game’s winner or loser in matchups like the Green Bay Packers vs. Denver Broncos, for example, in this straight-up (SU) bet.

You can also place bets on other NFL matchups, like:

  • Atlanta Falcons vs. Detroit Lions
  • Chicago Bears vs. Las Vegas Raiders
  • New York Jets vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

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