Bengals vs. Browns Pick & Prediction: NFL Week 1

Team Statistics Comparison:


  • Bengals: 26.1 points per game
  • Browns: 21.2 points per game

The Bengals had a higher average scoring per game in the last season, indicating a stronger offensive performance compared to the Browns.


  • Bengals: 265.0 net passing yards per game
  • Browns: 202.6 net passing yards per game

The Bengals also had a higher net passing yardage per game, suggesting a more potent passing attack.


  • Bengals: 95.5 rushing yards per game
  • Browns: 146.5 rushing yards per game

The Browns had a more effective rushing game with a higher average rushing yardage per game.

Total Offensive Yards:

  • Bengals: 378.0 total yards per game
  • Browns: 364.7 total yards per game

Both teams were fairly evenly matched in terms of total offensive yards per game.

Turnover Ratio:

  • Bengals: +1
  • Browns: -1

The Bengals had a positive turnover ratio, indicating better ball security compared to the Browns, who had a negative turnover ratio.

Key Player Performance Comparison:


  • Bengals’ Joe Burrow had an impressive season with a passer rating of 100.8 and 35 touchdowns.
  • Browns’ Jacoby Brissett and Deshaun Watson combined for 12 touchdowns and 6 interceptions.

Joe Burrow’s performance was superior to the Browns’ quarterbacks in terms of touchdown passes and passer rating.

Running Backs:

  • Bengals’ Joe Mixon rushed for 814 yards and 7 touchdowns.
  • Browns’ Nick Chubb rushed for 1,525 yards and 12 touchdowns.

Nick Chubb had a remarkable rushing season, outperforming Joe Mixon in both yards and touchdowns.


  • Bengals’ Ja’Marr Chase had an outstanding season with 87 receptions for 1,046 yards and 9 touchdowns.
  • Browns’ Amari Cooper led his team with 78 receptions for 1,160 yards and 9 touchdowns.

Ja’Marr Chase and Amari Cooper were both key contributors to their respective teams’ passing attacks.


Based on the analysis, the Bengals had a stronger offense last season, particularly in passing, while the Browns had a more effective rushing game led by Nick Chubb. The Bengals also had a better turnover ratio. However, the Browns had a strong rushing defense, which could potentially limit the Bengals’ ground game.

Our best bet for 9/11/23:

Browns spread

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