New York Jets vs. Cleveland Browns September 18 Prop Betting Preview

New York Jets vs. Cleveland Browns September 18 Prop Betting Preview

Ayden Fahlstrom
1 year ago
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Cleveland Browns' Cade York and Harrison Bryant celebrate game winning field goal vs. Panthers

The New York Jets head to Cleveland to take on the Cleveland Browns on Sunday, as the Jets attempt to rebuild their offensive game plan from last week, and Cleveland will try to do more of the same from their game last week.

The Browns will open up their stadium for the first time this season and will have a new Brownie the Elf logo at midfield.

 Fans will be pouring in, and while there are already spreads that are being bet on, these are some prop bets that look intriguing as well.

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4th Quarter Highest Scoring Quarter (+240)

The game plan would likely be for the Cleveland Browns to attack the run early and attempt to break down the New York Jets defense as the game goes on. 

Expect the first half to not be as high scoring as the second half, and as the game progresses and the defensive legs get tired for both teams, the fourth quarter would likely be the highest quarter. 

The Jets will be hoping to do the same, relying more on Michael Carter and Breece Hall to control possessions and allow Joe Flacco to not have the ball too much in his hand.

Both teams are going to want their quarterbacks, who are not their typical starters, to not have to win the game, which will likely force one team to go for it in the fourth. 

Last week, the fourth quarter was the highest-scoring quarter for the Jets and the highest scoring quarter for the Browns' opponents in the Carolina Panthers. Expect more of a chess match than an offensive masterclass for the first three quarters.

Under 4.5 Total TDs In Game (-130)

Once again, this game is going to be a slog, with both teams attempting to run the ball. There will be a lot of possession taken up from running, and there will not be a high-powered offense on either end. 

This will result in a lack of touchdowns and more of a field goal and clock management game. 

The Cleveland Browns scored two touchdowns last week in their victory against the Panthers, while the New York Jets didn't score a touchdown. Coming off of those results, it is difficult to see how both of these teams reach five touchdowns. 

Over 3.5 Total Field Goals Scored (+150)

On the other end, expect this game to have a lot of field goals. The Browns and Jets combined for seven field goals last week, and I expect a similar amount for this matchup. 

The Jets may try to go for it on some fourth down occasions instead of kicking a field goal, as kicker Greg Zuerlein missed a field goal and an extra point last week. 

If it comes down to a field goal game, New York will be sweating much more than the Cleveland Browns will be with kicker Cade York, who won the game on a last-second field goal last week.

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