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The Browns are currently riding one of the worst two-year stretches in NFL history. Since Hue Jackson took over as head coach in 2016, his team has gone an astonishing 1-31 and hasn't won a single game since Dec. 24, 2016. 

Still, despite all this losing, there's some hope that they'll turn it around this year. Maybe they'll win two games, or at the very least, not have the worst record in the league. 

The Cardinals went 8-8 last season, but apparently, Vegas really doesn't believe in Sam Bradford, which is understandable. Even with all the hype surrounding the Browns, they're still 4/1 to have the worst record. The Browns might actually win some games this year and possibly even reach seven or eight wins, if things fall right for them. The Cardinals and Bills should both be astonishingly bad though, and they deserve to be near the top. 

The Browns at 4/1, Jets at 5/1 and Bears at 14/1 have gained some steam heading into the regular season and it's unlikely they'll completely bottom out again.

However, there's some great value here on the Redskins at 20/1 and Raiders at 35/1. These teams could feasibly wind up as two of the worst in the league, and the odds are great. If you're looking for a bit more of a sure thing, then the Buccaneers at 12/1 is another solid option.  

As for the Browns, they haven't finished over .500 since 2007, and this probably isn't the year that changes. But they also might not be drafting first again in the 2019 NFL Draft either. 

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