Cleveland Browns Super Bowl Odds 2022

Cleveland Browns Super Bowl Odds 2022

The Browns are a far cry from being the laughing stock of the NFL like they were a couple of years ago, In fact, the Browns are one of the most dangerous and talented teams in the entire league.

They have very few weaknesses on the team along with phenomenal coaching. They can beat you with their power running attack with Nick Chubb and Kareem Hunt or with Baker Mayfield throwing to their great wide receivers like Odell Beckham Jr. and Jarvis Landry. The Browns also have a dangerous pass-rushing duo in Myles Garrett and free agent Jadeveon Clowney to make their Super Bowl aspirations within their reach.

The AFC North is one of the hardest divisions in football, but with all of the talent the Browns have, they should have a real shot at winning the Super Bowl this season.

Cleveland Browns Team Future Odds

  • Super Bowl Odds:
  • To Win AFC:
  • To Win AFC North:
  • To Earn AFC #1 Seed:
  • To Make Playoffs:

Offseason Changes

Coaching Changes
None

Key Guys Returning
WR Odell Beckham Jr.
DB Greedy Williams
RB Nick Chubb
LB Malcolm Smith
K Cody Parkey
WR Rashard Higgins

Departures That Made Team Worse
DL Sheldon Richardson
CB Terrence Mithcell
T Kendall Lamm

Additions That May Have Moved Odds In Teams Favor
DE Jadeveon Clowney
DL Malik Jackson
S Troy Hill
DL Tak Mckinley
S John Johnson

Browns Odds Analysis

The Browns are one of the darkhorse teams to win the Super Bowl this year.

+1600 are very high odds for a team that was the doormat of the NFL for a decade and these odds are only behind the Chiefs, Buccaneers, Bills, Packers, Ravens, Rams, and 49ers. This is a great company to be in as most of these teams are similar to the Browns talent-wise. Some of these teams might have better quarterbacks, like the Packers and Chiefs, with a worse overall team. But then some of these other teams might have a great defense with a shaky quarterback situation, like the 49ers.

The key to the Browns season will be the production from their running game. Last year, the running game was unstoppable as running backs Nick Chubb and Kareem Hunt both had great years behind Cleveland’s top 10 offensive line. This great offensive line also gave Baker Mayfield plenty of time to decipher the defense and throw lasers to the right target. Mayfield might not have the same counting stats as some of the best quarterbacks in the league, but as long as he limits his turnovers, the Browns should always be in a position to win because of their incredible roster.

The toughest thing the Browns will need to do this year is to win their loaded division. Not only are the Ravens fighting for the AFC North crown with the Browns, but the Steelers and Bengals both have teams that can give the Browns problems and cause them to drop a game they can’t afford to lose. After that, they will only need to battle against the Chiefs and Bills in the AFC championship. While these teams have top 5 quarterbacks, they don’t have a defense or rushing attack like the Browns and that could be enough for the Browns to pull off the upset for a trip to the Super Bowl.

Reasons Why Browns Win Super Bowl

The Browns are close to a flawless team. There are not many things to hate about this team when you look at them. Great coaching. Check. Solid quarterback. Check. Two top 5 running backs in the NFL. Check. Great wide receivers. Check. Reliable tight ends. Check. Great pass-rushing D-linemen. Check. Solid secondary players and linebackers. Check. Like the Browns are really a complete football team.

Head coach Kevin Stefanski won NFL Coach of the Year in his first year in Cleveland. He won 11 games with the team including a win where he crushed the rival Pittsburgh Steelers on the road in the playoffs. Stefanski will probably never have to buy a beer in Cleveland and he is only getting warmed up. He completely rejuvenated QB Baker Mayfield, teaching him to limit his turnovers and getting him on the outside and moving more. Mayfield had a career-low 8 INTS in 2020 and didn’t have to do too much thanks to his great rushing attack.

The Browns were one of the most effective teams running the ball last season as they ranked in the top 10 for rushing attempts, rushing yards, and rushing touchdowns. Only the Ravens, Patriots, Titans, Cardinals, and Vikings could say the same and it was because of their great O-line and spectacular running backs. Nick Chubb and Kareem Hunt tore up the NFL season and will look to do more of the same this season.

On the outside, Odell Beckham Jr. returns as the #1 option on a team with Jarvis Landry, Rashard Higgins, Donovan Peoples-Jones, and Austin Hooper. This is a top 10 receiving corps in the league and none of these options are bad ones for Baker Mayfield.

On the defensive side of the ball, former #1 overall pick, DE Jadeveon Clowney, joins one of the frontrunners for the DPOY award in DE Myles Garret to form a defensive line which should be nightmare fuel for opposing offenses to deal with.

The oddsmakers are high on the Browns this year as they have one of the most talented teams in franchise history.

Reasons Why Browns Doesn’t Win Super Bowl

The only hiccups I can see for the Browns would be in their brutally hard schedule as well as in their linebacking and secondary corps.

Starting with their schedule, the Browns are playing a dozy of a schedule which includes playing potential playoff teams like the Ravens, Steelers, Chiefs, Chargers, Vikings, Cardinals, Patriots, and Packers. It’s eye-popping how hard this schedule is because they are playing some of the elite teams in the league. The Packers, Vikings, Chargers, Chiefs, and Cardinals have some of the most dangerous offenses in NFL history while the Ravens, Steelers, and Patriots are boasting defenses that makes the boogeyman quiver in fear. Playing half of your season in do or die basically playoff games should not be fun for the Browns, but they certainly have the team to overcome these obstacles.

Moving onto their in-house issues, their linebackers and secondary players are definitely the weakness in this team. Projected starting linebacker, Jacob Phillips, is out for the season with a torn bicep and former Browns linebacker, Oliver Vernon, is no longer with the team. The Browns did draft highly rated prospect, LB Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah, and did add Malcolm SMith, but that probably be enough to overcome their injuries and departures. Their secondary is also an issue as it is young but very talented. John Johnson and Troy Hill move from the Rams to the Browns and they are a welcome sight as both have a big football IQ and winning attitude to them. They join All-Pro talent DB Denzel Ward, Greedy Williams, Grant Delpit, and rookie Richie LeCounte for a secondary that can be burned.

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