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Will the Cleveland Browns Win This Season?

Nothing is certain and especially when it comes to sports betting. One day every favorite covers and the next day every dog has his day. Through the first 14 weeks of the NFL regular there has been only one certainty – the Cleveland Browns will lose.

The Browns have been the most consistent team in the NFL losing all 13 games they have played to date. The only week the Browns did not lose was when they enjoyed their bye week. Cleveland is the only team in the NFL without a win and has just three games remaining to try to change that.

Cleveland’s best opportunity to win came during Week 14 when the Browns led the Green Bay Packers 21-7 late in the third quarter. However, even without Aaron Rodgers, the Packers rallied to tie the game and send it to overtime. In the extra quarter, the Packers scored and took the win away from the Browns 27-21.

The Browns have not had it easy since returning to Ohio in 1999. The team has started 28 different quarterbacks since then including this year’s rookie DeShone Kizer. Since 1999, only one quarterback, Tim Couch in 2001, started all 16 games in the same season for the Browns.

The Browns remaining opponents in 2017 are the Ravens, Bears and Steelers. Time and games are running out.

Sportsbooks know how popular prop bets are and that is why Bovada has opened a prop on the odds the Browns will go winless this season.

The YES is available for EVEN money while the NO sits at -140.

Since the NFL started playing 16 games during the regular season in 1978 only one team, the 2008 Detroit Lions, have played an entire season schedule without winning a game.

The Browns will become just one of two to accomplish this feat if they go 0-3 over their final three games. Of course, it is not a feat any of the players, coaches or fans will be proud of but one that is very possible.

If the front office of the Browns can play its cards right, utilize the cache of draft picks they have to their benefit, they could turn the franchise around. Then in a few seasons, the team might look back on this period as a learning experience, the end of an era, and an unpleasant one at that.

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