New York Giants vs. Cleveland Browns Preseason NFL Pro Football Betting Preview

Share |

The NFL preseason Week 2 action concludes on Monday August 21st as the Cleveland Browns will be home to the New York Giants.

Bet NFL pro football at Oddsmaker sportsbook, where bettors can now Claim their Free 100% Bonus up to $1000. Sign up today and get into the excitement of watching and wagering on NFL pro football all the way up to the Super Bowl scheduled for the first Sunday in February!

The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business have the New York Giants favored by -1 point with the over under line set at 39 points.

New York Giants showcased solid defensive improvement last season. They drove the Giants to wins against the Cowboys twice last season. Their first string defense took the field in a few series and the Pittsburgh Steelers was shut out in the first quarter. Eli Manning sat out the preseason opener. There is a battle for the backup to Eli Manning. Former New York Jets Geno Smith is trying to make the team as a backup. He saw action in the preseason opener and threw for 114 yards and a touchdown as he goes 10 of 16 in the passing game. Rookie Davis Webb was drafted out of California and in his preseason debut the signal caller threw for 67 yards on 8 of 16 throws. The veteran backup Josh Johnson out of San Diego has bounced around the league for the past ten seasons. Johnson started four games for Tampa Bay in the 2009 season and had a start in 2011. He threw for 31 yards on 5 of 10 passing. That is the major competition in the Giants training camp. They did not run the ball very well last year but in their passing system quick short throws almost act like running plays for the Giants.

It was a one win year for the Cleveland Browns last season as the team has been down for several years. Their preseason opener saw the team beat the New Orleans Saints 20-14. Brock Osweiler was acquired from the Texans in the offseason and made his debut for his new team hitting on 6 of 14 passes for 42 yards. Also competing for a job on the Browns are quarterback Cody Kessler and Keshone Kizer. The former Notre Dame quarterback, Kizer led the fourth quarter comeback for the Browns as he finished 11 of 18 passes for 184 yards and a touchdown.

Comments are closed.