Cleveland Browns versus Washington Redskins NFL Pro Football Betting Preview

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ESPN Monday Night Football scheduled for August 18th will showcase rookie Johnny Manziel as the Cleveland Browns will face the Washington Redskins. The Browns and Redskins will get things started from Washington in this week two preseason game at 8PM Eastern Time and ESPN TV has the coast to coast broadcast.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business have the home team Washington Redskins the -2 point wagering favorite with the over under line set at 40 ½ points. Those who bet the Washington Redskins on the money line will lay -130 odds with the return on the underdog Cleveland Browns at +110 odds for a money line bet.

It was announced by the Cleveland Browns head coach Mike Pettine that Brian Hoyer will get the start on Monday night. It was also revealed that rookie quarterback Johnny Manziel will play every other series with the first team. This is one of the hottest quarterback battles in the NFL. Pettine had mentioned that he would name a week one regular season quarterback heading into week three of the preseason. The Browns traveled to Detroit last week in their preseason opener and were 13-12 and failing to cover as a -1 ½ point favorite. Hoyer worked with the first unit and passed for 92 yards completing 6 of his 14 throws. Manziel working with the second unit hit on 7 of 11 passes for 63 yards. Two of Johnny Football’s passes were dropped. The Browns rookie quarterback looked good under center with good accuracy and poise. He did scramble for 27 yards and had the intelligence to slide and go out of bounds to avoid contact. Washington defeated New England last week by a 23-6 score as a -2 ½ point favorite. Robert Griffin III threw just four passes in his limited work. Kick Cousins and Colt McCoy both have starting experience in the NFL and the backups were effective last week for the Redskins as they combined for 17 of 22 completions for 205 yards and two touchdowns and no picks. Lache Seastrunk the rookie running back out of Baylor was impressive rushing for 63 yards.

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