Cleveland Browns vs. Miami Dolphins November 13 Prop Betting Preview

Cleveland Browns vs. Miami Dolphins November 13 Prop Betting Preview

Ryan Knuppel
1 year ago
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There will be a lot of talent on the field of Hard Rock Stadium this Sunday. The Cleveland Browns head to Miami to take on the Tua Tagavailoa-led Dolphins. In all reality, this game has the potential to be one of the most exciting games this year.

 Even more exciting is the loaded potential of the prop bets this Sunday. Here are some of our favorites. 

O/U 48.5 Total Points (-110)

If I had to guess, I’d assume that Mike McDaniel wants to turn this game into an offensive shootout. He knows his team's strengths lie in passing chunk plays and quick drives down the field. 

Tua Tagovailoa is slinging the ball like he’s back at Alabama, and receivers Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle are feasting. On the other hand, Kevin Stefanski would likely want to slow this game down and control the time of possession by relying on his trusty, stead Nick Chubb. The Browns currently have the 4th best offense in the league averaging 25 points a game. 

The Dolphins are right behind them as the 5th ranked offense, averaging almost 24 points a game. It’s hard for me to take the over, but considering the weaknesses of both defenses, I think there is potential for both teams to score over their average. 

Nick Chubb Over 84.5 Rushing Yards (-110)

This one needs no explanation. Chubb is dominating everyone in his path. The Dolphins rank 2nd in yards per carry allowed to opposing running backs, but Nick Chubb isn't like those other running backs. Unless Cleveland falls behind early, Chubb will likely get 20+ opportunities to go over 84.5 yards. After all, he is averaging an insane 5.6 YPC. 

Tyreek Hill Under 93.5 Rec Yards (-110)

Tyreek Hill has haunted Browns fans since 2020. He has torched the Browns in every meeting. Denzel Ward returns for the Browns this week which will help the Browns plan to limit the air attacks downfield. Joe Woods scheme has played a soft zone coverage this season, allowing a lot of chunk plays. 

Tyreek Hill is the kind of player that can take a 10-yard slant down the length of the field. But, I’m still taking the under here because of the high receiving yard total. I also expect that Joe Woods would make someone else beat the Browns instead of Tyreek Hill. 

Woods is putting in the hours this week to prepare, as he was even late to his presser, citing that he was preparing for some receivers. 

Kareem Hunt Over 30.5 Rushing Yards (-121)

The trade deadline came and went, and Kareem Hunt was not traded this past week. Much to the surprise of everyone (and probably Kareem himself). Since the Browns were fielding offers for him this entire season, they may have been cautious about his usage. 

Now that you know he is here to stay this season, I fully expect Kevin Stefanski to revert to the running plan from the past two years and incorporate Kareem more into this offense. In only two games, Kareem has NOT gone over 30 yards. 

He already is averaging about 10-12 carries a game, and with the Browns trying to make a last-ditch effort at the playoffs and Kareem playing for a new contract and free agency this summer, it's smart on both sides to let him run wild.

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