Green Bay Packers vs Cleveland Browns Week 2 NFL Preseason Odds

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The Green Bay Packers and the Cleveland Browns matchup in Week 2 of the NFL Preseason Thursday night. The Packers come off of a loss to San Diego in Week 1, while the Browns were able to get a close victory over Detroit.

Aaron Rodgers completed just two passes in eight attempts in his preseason performance, but was only in there for a few series. It wasn’t great by any stretch, but in the first game the preseason teams are just looking to get their footing.

The Packers continue to remain the Super Bowl favorites in the 2012 NFL season, as they have been since February when the lines came out.

The opposite can be said for Cleveland. Despite winning their first preseason game, the Browns are still not expected to do much. The Browns are still not settled on the quarterback position. They played four guys against the Lions, all of whom threw at least eight attempts.

Colt McCoy, Seneca Wallace, and Brandon Weeden all appear to be in the competition for the starting job. We assume that it will eventually go to the rookie Weeden, but as for who will start in Week 1 of the regular we can’t say at this point.

We also still await the debut of rookie running back Trent Richardson, who had his knee scoped last week and will be out for a little bit of time.

NFL Preseason betting lines have been formed for this matchup on Thursday night. Packers vs Browns Betting Odds available at Bovada Sportsbook have set Green Bay as four-point favorites over Cleveland.

To cover, the Packers will need to win by at least five points. A loss for the Browns by three points or less, and the win against the spread goes to Cleveland.

Kickoff for this one is set for 8 pm ET on Thursday.

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