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Browns vs Falcons Opening Odds, Betting Lines & Prediction for Week 4 Game on FanDuel Sportsbook

Adam Taylor McKillop
Browns vs Falcons NFL opening odds, lines and predictions for Week 4 on FanDuel Sportsbook.
Browns vs Falcons NFL opening odds, lines and predictions for Week 4 on FanDuel Sportsbook. / ASSOCIATED PRESS
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Week 3 NFL action is underway, but FanDuel Sportsbook has already released NFL odds and lines for Week 4, giving us an early preview of next week's slate.

Week 4's early slate features a clash between the Cleveland Browns and Atlanta Falcons.

Browns vs Falcons Odds & Lines Week 4

All NFL betting lines, odds and prop bets are from FanDuel Sportsbook.
Moneyline: CLE: (-148) | ATL: (+126)
Spread: CLE: -3 (-106) | ATL: +3 (-114)
Total: N/A — Over: (N/A) | Under: (N/A)

The Browns should take care of business, even playing on the road in Week 4. Cleveland is considered -148 moneyline favorites and is favored by 3 points on the spread.

Browns vs Falcons Prediction Week 4

Early NFL predictions and picks are from ESPN's Football Power Index (FPI).
Browns: 53.7% to win
Falcons: 45.7% to win

This game should play close, according to both the opening betting lines and ESPN's FPI. I'll take the strong rushing attack of the Browns against a vulnerable Falcons defense. Atlanta ranks just 28th in Football Outsiders' rush-defense DVOA metric, meaning Nick Chubb and Kareem Hunt should run wild. Take Cleveland and the points. Bet Browns -3 (-106).

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