Cleveland Browns Super Bowl Odds 2023

The current Cleveland Browns 2023 Super Bowl odds are . After finishing the 2021 season 8-9, the Browns made their intentions on wanting to upgrade the quarterback position clear. By signing former Houston QB DeShaun Watson to a 5 year $230 million deal in March of 2022, the Browns did just that. While Watson undoubtedly solves some of this team’s woes at the quarterback position, it’s also highly likely he’ll miss a good percentage of the 2021 season as a part of a suspension for the NFL. How much this affects the Browns Super Bowl odds remains speculation until we receive more information.

Cleveland Browns 2023 Super Bowl Odds & Futures

With the best offensive line/running back tandem heading into the 2022-2023 season, the Browns have a chance to play ball control in a lot of games with mismatched defensive lines. This will allow them to play well from ahead, though whether or not they will be able to play from behind largely remains a product of who will start for them at quarterback.

Many sportsbooks have not yet released win total or playoff odds for the Browns yet due to the uncertainty surrounding DeShaun Watson’s anticipated suspension

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Cleveland Browns Super Bowl Odds Analysis

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By signing guards Wyatt Teller and Joel Bitonio to long term contracts, the Browns have established their identity as a run-first, ball-controlling offense for the foreseeable future. Having finished the 2021 season 5th in rushing yards despite only being 13th in time of possession, we can expect the Browns to build on this heading into the 2022-2023 season — especially with the addition of Jerome Ford to an already loaded backfield.

Defensively, this team improved significantly from 2020 to 2021. Only 4 teams gave up fewer yards than the Cleveland defense did in 2021 — up from a 16th place finish in 2020. With John Johnson and Denzel Ward returning to lead the secondary, this team will rely on improvements from Greedy Williams and Grant Delpit to make a jump to the next level in passing defense. Up front, Jeremiah Osusu-Koramoah had a big impact in year 1 and will be called upon to take even bigger responsibilities in year 2. Myles Garrett will look to have another big season opposite Jadeveon Clowney on the edge. The big question for this defense remains at the tackle position where they are widely unproven.

Though this Browns receiving core did pickup Amari Cooper in the offseason, the losses of Jarvis Landry and Rashard Higgins largely outweigh the positives. Though you could make the argument that Cooper is better than either Landry or Higgins individually, the Browns both lost depth and replaced consistency with uncertainty. This offense will rely on key contributions from players like David Bell in big spots.

The real team for this Browns team, however, remains at the quarterback position. If DeShaun Watson is cleared to play for more than half the season, this team is a legitimate Super Bowl contender. If he’s not, this organization could very well be lighting fire to another year of Super Bowl contention.


 

Reasons Why the Browns Can and Can’t Win the Super Bowl

Strengths

  • One of the best secondaries in the AFC
  • Best running back tandem in football
  • Really solid offensive line with continuity

Weaknesses

  • The loss of Jarvis Landry and Rashard Higgins take this receiving core down a notch
  • Defensive interior lacks strong personnel
  • Quarterback uncertainty
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