As far as odds to win the Super Bowl, the Cleveland Browns come in at +4000 as they head into their Week 1 game versus the Cincinnati Bengals at 1:00 PM ET on Sunday,
September 10. At +115, the Browns' odds to advance to the playoffs are No. 16 in the league.
The Browns failed to make the postseason last year, after going 7-10 during the regular season.
They scored 21.2 points per game (18th in league), and gave up 22.4 (20th).
Before you put money on the Browns to win the Super Bowl, take a look at their odds and playoff futures info, plus plenty of stats that will help you make smart betting decisions.
Browns Odds to Make Playoffs/Win Super Bowl Odds to Win the AFC North: +425 (Bet $100 to win $425)
Odds to Make the Playoffs: +115 (Bet $100 to win $115) Odds to Win the Super Bowl: +4000 (Bet $100 to win $4,000)
Browns Key Players Nick Chubb put up big numbers in the running game last year, rushing for 1,525 yards and 12 touchdowns in 17 games.
Chubb was a contributor in the receiving game too, catching 27 balls on 37 targets for 239 yards and one touchdown.
Amari Cooper was an asset, piling up 1,160 receiving yards and nine touchdowns on 78 receptions.
In 17 games last season, Donovan Peoples-Jones turned 96 targets into 61 catches, 839 yards and three touchdowns.
Deshaun Watson accumulated 1,102 passing yards, seven touchdowns, five interceptions and a 58.2% completion percentage in six games last season.
Watson ran for 175 yards (29.2 yards per game) and one TD. Myles Garrett played in 16 games, collecting 16.0 sacks to go with 18.0 TFL and 60 tackles.
With 44 tackles, 15.0 TFL, 10 sacks, and five passes defended in 16 games, Za'Darius Smith was a significant contributor on the Vikings' defense last year.
In 17 games, Grant Delpit collected 100 tackles, 4.0 TFL, and four interceptions.
A big player on the Colts' defense last year, Rodney McLeod had two interceptions to go with 92 tackles, 8.0 TFL, and eight passes defended.