Bengals-Browns O/U drops to 43.5
Tue, Sep 15th 8:07pm EDT
Both offenses struggled mightily in Week 1. Cincinnati managed just 13 points and 295 total yards in rookie quarterback Joe Burrow's debut. Meanwhile, the Browns were held scoreless for the last three quarters in a 38-6 defeat at Baltimore. The Bengals and Browns combined for 46 and 56 points respectively in their two meetings last year, but both of those games were played in December and the offenses were in a lot more rhythm then than they are now early in the year.