Bills vs Browns Picks & NFL Week 10 Predictions

Bills vs Browns Picks & NFL Week 10 Predictions

Bills vs Browns Picks, NFL Week 10 Predictions & Free Bets

We have Bills vs Browns Picks, NFL Week 10 Predictions & Free Bets for the game on Sunday, Nov. 10 in Cleveland.

The fading Cleveland Browns look to try and salvage their season and snap a four-game losing skid. The Buffalo Bills come to town, hoping to keep pace with the New England Patriots in the AFC East.

Kickoff will be at 1 P.M. EST on Sunday, Nov. 10. The current betting odds have the Browns as a 3-point favorite with an over/under of 39.5.

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Buffalo Bills Form

The Buffalo Bills’ season has been pretty easy to figure out when you look back at the log of wins and losses.

Against losing teams, the Bills have had their way, going 6-0. But when facing the only two teams on its schedule with winning records — New England and Miami — Buffalo is 0-2.

The latest victory came last week when the Bills took care of Washington at home, 24-9, as a 10.5-favorite.

The game marked another solid effort for the Buffalo “D,” which ranks third in the league in total yards allowed per game (296.2). It has held six of its eight opponents this season to 17 points or less.

The offense isn’t going to blow anyone away, but it’s done enough to get by as the defense continues to keep the team in games.

Overall, Buffalo’s offense, led by second-year QB Josh Allen, is ranked 23rd in the NFL with 19.8 points per game. In the last three weeks in only averaging 275 total yards per game.

Cleveland Browns Form

The highly touted Browns are most definitely a candidate for “Most Disappointing Team of the Year” in the NFL.

Last week’s demoralizing loss on the road to Denver as a four-point favorite dropped the team to 2-6 overall and basically out of playoff contention.

Second-year QB Baker Mayfield was a hot commodity entering the season following an exciting rookie year. However, 2019 has been a disaster as the Browns offense ranks 19th in the league with just 19 points per game and 346 total yards.

The team has been held to 21 points or less in five games and hasn’t broken the 200-yard passing yards plateau in three weeks.

Defensively, the Browns rank 18th in total defense, giving up 25.6 points per game and 357.5 yards per game. They have been especially poor defending the run, where they rank 29th in the league and allow 141 yards per game.

That doesn’t bode well heading into Sunday’s game with the run-first Bills coming to town.

Bills vs Browns Head-to-Head

These two franchises have seen limited action against each other, with the Browns winning 12 of the 21 meetings. But, the Bills have prevailed in four of the last five games.

The teams haven’t met since 2016 when Buffalo ripped the Browns 33-13 as a 10-point favorite.

Bills vs Browns Picks & NFL Week 10 Predictions

In today’s day in age, getting to 40 points in an NFL game doesn’t take much. One special teams TD or defensive score and the game is flipped on its head.

We can see this game getting past the 30s and into the 40s.

Yes, these are two of the most low-scoring teams in the NFL, but both defenses are suspect to the running game. That will lead to some play-action pass deep balls for both Mayfield and Allen.

After five straight unders to start the season, the oddsmakers caught up with the Bills and as a result the team has gone over in two of its last three.

That trend continues here today in Cleveland, where the Browns are 5-2 to the over in their last seven games as the favorite.

Bills vs Browns Picks & NFL Week 10 Predictions: Over 39.5 points @ BetOnline

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