NFL Predictions from 10,000 simulations
A pair of AFC North rivals clash in this one with the Cleveland Browns playing host to the division-winning Pittsburgh Steelers.
The two sides come into this matchup with very different approaches, with the Steelers already clinching their place atop of the division whilst the Browns need a win to secure their first postseason appearance in almost 20 years.
With the two sides sitting in starkly differnt positions, it means the lines look nothing like they would've if this game was played in say, Week 14, but with the all-powerful DimersBOT on our side, we're still going to find some edges as we look to build our bankrolls for the playoffs!
These two teams have posted opposite records against the spread so far this season, with the Steelers at 9-6 and the Browns at 6-9. This week is obviously a bit different, but with news coming out constantly, check below for our model's up-to-the-minute suggested play!
Another line that looks a bit off at the moment, the Over/Under sits at 41.5 at the time of writing. This looks too low write now, with the Browns out to put up bulk points and the Steelers likely to be fielding some offensive guys that will be out to boost their minutes for the postseason.
With more on the line, the Browns are short favorites to win this one. The best plays for this game would be to throw Cleveland into a moneyline parlay, whilst sprinkling some pizza money on the Steelers!
🏈 Dimers' take-out
The Browns let themselves down last week, falling to the Jets. With a playoff spot on the line, they should be out to cement a W here but the Steelers would love nothing more than ending Cleveland's playoff hopes! Look for Chubb and JuJu to score in this one, with the two stars leading the anytime touchdown probabilities for Steelers @ Browns.
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