Who Will Have The First Interception Sunday September 18 In Browns vs. Jets?

Who Will Have The First Interception Sunday September 18 In Browns vs. Jets?

Grant Puskar
2 years ago
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Browns defenders celebrate after Grant Delpit intercepts Panthers Baker Mayfield

As soon as the Panthers drove down the field and grabbed a late 24-23 lead against the Browns on Sunday, I was sure the script that we have seen time and time again had already been written and the Browns would lose in brutal fashion once again.

Enter Cade York. 

The rookie nailed a 58-yard field goal to ice the game for the Browns, securing their first week one win since 2004.

The Browns defense was everywhere in the first half, making it seem like it would be miserable for Baker Mayfield and company all game long. Giving credit where it is due; they played a solid second half and made it a game.

Browns defensive back Grant Delpit had the first interception of the game on Sunday and the only interception of the game. 

The Browns play host to the New York Jets for their home opener in week two. Jets' quarterback Zach Wilson will be out, which means Joe Flacco will come to town. 

Flacco had one interception in the Jets week one loss to the Baltimore Ravens 24-9. Who will have the first interception when the Jets come to town to face the Browns?

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Denzel Ward (+250)

Browns star corner Denzel Ward comes in with the best odds to cash this bet, rightfully so. He was relatively quiet in their week one win, and when talking about shutting down the reciever he's lining up against, that's usually a good thing.

John Johnson III (+300)

Returning for his second season with the Browns, John Johnson III had a solid week one, making some solid tackles and coming up with a sack against his former teammate in Baker Mayfield. Can he come up with an interception against Joe Flacco?

Ahmad Gardner (+500)

Ahmad "Sauce" Gardner comes into this bet with the third best odds. He had a pretty quiet NFL debut on Sunday against Baltimore, so we'll see if he can make anything happen against Jacoby Brissett.

Grant Delpit (+750)

Grant Delpit ended up with the lone interception in the Browns week one win against the Panthers. Looking to ride the hot hand to win this bet? If so, Delpit is your guy.

Jordan Whitehead (+1000)

Whitehead was third in defensive rankings for the Jets on Sunday with five total tackles, four of those being solo tackles. Could he sneak an interception in this game lurking in centerfield against Brissett?

Greg Newsome II ( +1500)

Entering his second year, Greg Newsome II will look to be another shut down corner for the Browns opposite Ward. He's bound to have at least one interception sometime this season, why not get one off of Flacco?

DJ Reed (+1500)

Jets' DJ Reed intercepted Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson in their week one loss. Are you feeling an interception for Reed two weeks in a row?

Lamarcus Joyner (+2000)

Joyner had a very quiet game for the Jets this past Sunday. If you're feeling bold and want the chance at some crazy return on investment, he could be your guy. 

CJ Mosley (+2000)

CJ Mosley is probably the Jets best player on the defensive side of the ball. Flying all over the field this past Sunday, Mosley led the Jets with 11 total tackles. Could he make a game changing play this Sunday in Cleveland?

Martin Emerson Jr (+4000)

Starting in place of the injuired Greedy Williams, rookie Martin Emerson Jr made his NFL debut in Sunday's win in Carolina. We know he can make plays after his preseason pick-six against the Jaguars. Will his first career NFL interception in the regular season come against the Jets?

Any Other Player Or No Interception Recorded? (+700)

If you're feeing a turnover free game or someone other than these options, you still have nice odds and the potential for some solid return on investment in this bet. 

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