Indianapolis Colts vs Cleveland Browns NFL Football Week 5 Odds, Preview, Prediction
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Indianapolis Colts vs Cleveland Browns Prediction, Betting Tips and Preview of the match for the NFL Football Game on Sunday October11th, 2020.
The Indianapolis Colts responded with three straight wins after each of those games by at least eight points, which is why they have been beating the opposition in recent weeks.
Now Indianapolis will look to extend its winning streak with another game on the road.
Indianapolis' offense enters the 17th game in the league with 25.8 points per game while it ranks 21st with 360.2 total yards per game.
Additionally, the Colts have a turnover margin of +1.0, which ranks fifth in the league.
The Indianapolis defenders ranked first in the league with 14.0 points against per game, while they also ranked first in the league with 236.2 total yards allowed per game. The Colts are also averaging 2.5 sacks per game, which is tied for 10th in the league. The addition of DeForrest Buckner to the defensive line makes this team very difficult to face.
The Cleveland Browns have gone nuts in the final weeks of the NFL season. The Browns have won each of their last three games by at least five points, and they currently have a playoff spot.
The main reason for Cleveland's recent success has been its offense, which has scored at least 34 points in each of its last three games.
Now, the Browns will look for another offensive blast against one of the best defenses in the league on Sunday.
Cleveland's offense enters the game fourth in the league with 31.0 points per game, while also ranking 13th with 387.0 total yards per game.
Additionally, the Browns have a +1.5 rotation margin, which ranks second in the league. Losing Nick Chubb (MCL sprain) for about six weeks would be devastating for most teams, but not for the Browns, who have Kareem Hunt as a backup.
Cleveland's defense enters the game tied for 27th in the league with 31.5 points allowed per game, while also ranking 25th in the league with 402.2 total yards allowed per game.
On the bright side, the Browns are averaging 2.8 sacks per game, which is tied for eighth in the league.