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3 Best Prop Bets for Broncos vs Browns Thursday Night Football Game

Devon Platana
Three best prop bets for the Denver Broncos vs Cleveland Browns Week 7 game.
Three best prop bets for the Denver Broncos vs Cleveland Browns Week 7 game. / Jason Miller/GettyImages
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The Denver Broncos will look to snap a three-game losing skid when they take on the injury-ridden Cleveland Browns in Week 7's Thursday Night Football matchup. The Browns are currently 1.5-point favorites, according to FanDuel Sportsbook.

If you're looking to add a little more excitement to the game, here's a look at the three best Broncos-Browns prop bets.

Broncos vs Browns Prop Bets Tonight

1. Case Keenum - Passing Yards: Under 229.5 (-110)

Case Keenum will start under center against the Broncos with Baker Mayfield out with a lingering shoulder injury. This will be Keenum's first NFL start since 2019 and he's facing a tough Denver defense that's allowed the 11th-fewest passing yards (229.2) per game this season. Neither of his top two pass-catching options will be at full speed with this being Jarvis Landry's first game since Week 2 while Odell Beckham Jr. is questionable. Not only that, but starting tackles Jedrick Willis Jr. and Jack Conklin are also questionable. If either or both of them miss the game, it could be a long and unforgiving night for Keenum.

2. Courtland Sutton - Receiving Yards: Over 67.5 (-110)

Courtland Sutton has been a target machine for the Broncos this season. He saw 14 targets for eight receptions, 94 yards and a touchdown last week, and has been targeted 11.0 times per game over the past three contests. While the Browns have been decent against the pass this year, Cleveland has given up the 13th-most passing yards (259.7) over its last three games. With the Browns' front seven being better than their secondary, the Broncos will likely take to the sky more often than not, meaning it could be another busy night for Sutton.

3. Von Miller - Record a Sack: Yes (-152)

As mentioned before, Cleveland's offensive line could be missing key pieces tonight. That leaves the door open for Von Miller to have a field day. The seven-time All-Pro outside linebacker has played well after missing the 2020 season, recording 17 total tackles and 4.5 sacks through his first six games. Although he hasn't recorded a sack in his last two outings, that should change against the Browns. Cleveland is surrendering 3.0 sacks per game this season (T-26th) while the Broncos are putting up 2.3 (T-10th). Miller is as good as they come, so don't be surprised if he gets to Keenum early and often.


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Devon Platana is not a FanDuel employee. The views expressed in his articles are the author's alone and do not necessarily reflect the views of FanDuel.

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