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Browns at Commanders game details
- Date: Sunday, Jan. 1, 2023
- Start time: 1 p.m. ET
- Channel: FOX
- Location: FedEx Field, Landover, Md.
- Participants: Cleveland Browns (6-9) vs. Washington Commanders (7-7-1)
- Barstool Sportsbook Odds: Commanders -2, O/U 40.5
Cleveland Browns +2
Cleveland (6-9) enters Week 17 in last place in the AFC North and relegated to the role of playoff spoiler. The Browns are currently listed as 2-point underdogs at Barstool Sportsbook for their matchup with the Washington Commanders and are a +106 pick on the moneyline. The over/under for the game is 40.5 points, with Barstool offering -110 odds in both directions.
The Browns are struggling to find traction offensively under quarterback Deshaun Watson, going 2-2 in the four games he has started since returning from suspension. Cleveland has not scored more than one touchdown on offense in any of the four games Watson has been under center and is coming off a 17-10 loss to New Orleans on Christmas Eve that wrapped up its home schedule.
Watson completed 15 of 31 passes for 135 yards with one interception in that defeat, but he did account for the Browns’ lone touchdown last weekend with a 12-yard scramble across the goal line. He has thrown for 702 yards, two touchdowns, and three interceptions in his first four games with Cleveland, adding 100 rushing yards and that one score.
Cleveland does not have many injury concerns, though edge rusher Jadeveon Clowney missed practice both Wednesday and Thursday due to an undisclosed illness. His presence could help a Browns run defense that has been gashed for an average of 162 yards the past three games at more than 5.2 yards per carry. The Browns have allowed 14 runs of 10 or more yards in that span and rank 28th in the league in allowing 59 such running plays.
The Browns went 2-2 in their four games versus NFC South opponents this year, with all four contests decided by seven or fewer points and one of them going into overtime. They have won four of their last six non-conference road games.
Washington Commanders -2
The Commanders (7-7-1) have a slim chance of clinching a playoff spot this week, but they need a victory and plenty of help. In addition to winning this game, Washington needs Seattle to lose at home to the New York Jets, Detroit to lose to lose at home to Chicago, and Green Bay to either lose or tie at home versus Minnesota.
Ron Rivera’s team will still make the playoffs if it wins this game and its season finale against Dallas, but Washington could also be eliminated this weekend with a loss coupled with other results breaking poorly. Like the Browns, the Commanders are looking for a spark offensively after a 37-20 loss at San Francisco last weekend extended their winless streak to three games (0-2-1).
Rivera is hoping Carson Wentz can be that spark, returning to his original starting quarterback for this season over Taylor Heinicke. Wentz, who will be making his first start since breaking the ring finger on his throwing hand Oct. 13, completed 12-of-16 passes for 123 yards and a touchdown in relief of Heinicke against the 49ers.
Wentz has thrown for 1,612 yards, 11 touchdowns, and six interceptions in seven games for the Commanders. He may be asked to shoulder a significant share of the offensive burden, as top running backs Brian Robinson Jr. and Antonio Gibson have been on the injury report this week with quad and foot/knee injuries, respectively. Wentz still has a top receiving target in Terry McLaurin, who has eclipsed 1,000 yards for a third straight season and needs just 27 yards to surpass his career high of 1,118 set in 2020.
Washington went 3-1 versus the AFC South this season, splitting its two home games. The Commanders, though, are 2-6 in their last eight matchups in non-conference play at home.