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Cleveland Browns vs. Philadelphia Eagles: Point Spread

 After an exciting NFL Week 15 round-up, today we will preview the point spread and odds of the Monday night football game Cleveland Browns vs. Philadelphia Eagles. The Cleveland Browns (4-9) are on their 3-game losing streak, without scoring a TD in any of those three loses and have no chance to see playoffs this season. Meanwhile the Philadelphia Eagles (7-5-1) are still in the game to clinch a playoff wild card, after a victory last week against the NFC East leader, the NY Giants. Many have already written off the Browns as a possible winner of this Monday night football game, but the heavy betting action at the online sportsbooks currently favor the Browns to cover a large spread the bookmakers have given to Cleveland.

 At the online sportsbook Bookmaker the Philadelphia Eagles are naturally the odds favorite to win the game tonight straight up, sitting on long -1200 line, while the Browns are the ultimate underdog of the week with odds +800 to win tonight. The Cleveland Browns vs. Philadelphia Eagles point spread is currently at -15.5 points chalk the Eagles, which is the sole reason most of the bettors wager on the Browns covering the spread. At Bookmaker, the Browns vs. Eagles match-up is currently the most bet on event with the vast majority of bettors taking Cleveland to cover. Keep in mind that Cleveland is 2-4 against the spread in its last 6 games and 4-1 against the spread in its last 5 games on the road. Meanwhile Philadelphia is 4-2 against the spread in its last 6 games at home and the total has gone UNDER in 6 of Philadelphia's last 8 games at home.

 Injuries are naturally plaguing both football teams. In Cleveland tight end Kellen Winslow is out for NFL Week 15 football with ankle injury, while questionable for the Browns remain running back  Charles Ali, wide receiver Joshua Cribbs, running back Jerome Harrison, defensive end Louis Leonard, linebacker Shantee Orr, defensive end Corey Williams and two defensive tackles: former Lion Shaun Rogers and Shaun Smith. The physical condition of the Philadelphia Eagles is much better, however, with linebacker Stewart Bradley, running back Correll Buckhalter, wide receiver Kevin Curtis, cornerback Asante Samuel and RB Brian Westbrook all upgraded to probable to take part in the Browns vs. Eagles game tonight.

 Published on 12/15/2008

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