Cleveland Browns vs. Seattle Seahawks Week 15 NFL Odds Preview

David Lawrence

Saturday, December 19, 2015 1:14 PM UTC

Saturday, Dec. 19, 2015 1:14 PM UTC

The Browns head to Seattle to face the red-hot Seahawks, who are 8-5 and have won four in a row just in time for the business end of the season. Check out our early NFL odds analysis.

***Browns vs. Seahawks Over & Under Picks***

Opening Odds & Line Movement
Open: -14 -105 at Pinnacle
The Seahawks opened as two-touchdown favorites at home and now the NFL odds are at -14.5, and no one would be surprised if it went up more. QB Johnny Manziel looked fine in a 24-10 win over San Francisco, but this game was more about the defense, which forced two turnovers. The offense put up 481 yards, but the 49ers aren't the Seahawks, who have allowed 56 points during this four-game stretch after a 35-6 romp in Baltimore. More impressively, QB Russell Wilson continued his stunning run in which he has thrown 16 touchdowns and zero interceptions. If the Seahawks play like this, even though Carolina is the unbeaten team, does anyone want to bet against the Seahawks over the next month? The Browns are going to have a long week trying to figure out how to slow down the Seahawks on both sides of the ball, and this could be out of hand by halftime.


Browns vs. Seahawks Spread

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Browns vs. Seahawks Totals

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Browns vs. Seahawks Money Line

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CB Joe Haden is officially gone for the season with a concussion as the Browns are looking to get him healthy for next season. WR Brian Hartline is out for the season with a shoulder injury for the Browns. T Joe Thomas has a banged-up knee, but he hasn't missed a snap since he was drafted in 2007, so expect him to play on Sunday.

TE Luke Willson (ribs) and S Kam Chancellor (tailbone) are questionable for Seattle, while RB Thomas Rawls is gone for the year with an ankle injury. RB Marshawn Lynch is still out with an abdominal injury, so the Seahawks have to do some juggling in the backfield.


The Browns are 4-8-1 ATS overall and 2-4 ATS away from home, while the Seahawks are 6-6-1 ATS and 3-3 ATS at home. The total is set for 43, and the Browns have gone over eight times, while the Seahawks have gone over seven times.

Both teams are 2-2 SU and 1-1-2 ATS in four meetings, with the Seahawks winning 34-7 at home in 2003 in their lone meeting in Seattle.

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