The hurting Cleveland Browns return home after a brutal Week 2 against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Will the Browns recover and beat the Tennessee Titans? Or will the Titans hit their second win of the 2023 NFL campaign?
Read on for more about this Titans vs Browns matchup in the 2023 NFL game, including our predictions, picks, and latest odds to win this showdown, as brought to you by JefeBet. Also, don’t forget to check out other NFL content to help you make the best betting decisions.
Predictions, Odds, and Betting Preview for the Tennessee Titans vs Cleveland Browns NFL Regular Season Week 3 Game on September 24, 2023
- Where: Cleveland Browns Stadium, Cleveland, Ohio
- When: Sunday, September 24, 2023, 1:00 PM ET
- Where to Watch: CBS
- Spread: Tennessee Titans (+4) vs Cleveland Browns (-4)
- Over/Under: 41.5
All odds are provided by DraftKings.
Betting on the Tennessee Titans (+4)
Regular season record: 1-1
Tennessee took advantage of the Los Angeles Chargers’ faulty defense and scored a 27-24 overtime win in Week 2 at home, 27-24. Ryan Tannehill rebounded from a poor performance in Week 1’s loss to the New Orleans Saints, as he passed for 246 yards and a touchdown with zero interceptions on 20/24 completions. Derrick Henry was not very efficient but still had 80 rushing yards and a touchdown on 25 carries. Henry remains a constant for Tennessee’s offense which is 11th in the league so far this season with 122.5 rushing yards per game.
Regardless of how well the other side defends against the run, Henry has the ability to cut them down to size. But it could be the Titans’ defense that leads Tennessee in Week 2, with their pass rushers carrying great potential to succeed in getting to Deshaun Watson, who is operating behind an offensive line that is mostly responsible for the fact that Cleveland is just 27th in the league in offensive sack rate.
Betting on the Cleveland Browns (-4)
Regular season record: 1-1
The Browns got a double-black eye in Week 2. Apart from losing to the Pittsburgh Steelers on the road, 26-22, Cleveland also learned that star running back Nick Chubb is likely done for the rest of the season due to a horrific injury he suffered while trying to get to the end zone.
Unless the Browns make a trade or sign someone for running back help, they will have Jerome Ford as their featured running back going forward. Ford shined in the Steelers game, rushing 16 times for 106 yards. The Browns also still have great options downfield in veteran WR Amari Cooper and tight end David Njoku, who had 90 and 48 receiving yards in the Pittsburgh game, respectively. The Browns just have to limit their errors. They had four turnovers in Week 2, thus worsening their season turnover margin per game to -2.0.
El Jefe’s Prediction on Tennessee Titans vs Cleveland Browns
The Browns show resiliency and win one for Chubb at home, with Watson breaking out of a slump and leading his team to a series of smooth drives.
The Browns win, 24-20.
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