The Cleveland Browns will host the Detroit Lions in a matchup between two 3-2 teams. Both teams are currently tied for the lead in their divisions and look they they could be serious playoff contenders come the end of the season. Cleveland Browns tickets for this game are averaging $148, 42% above the average Browns ticket at home this season, and has jumped 16% in the past week. This game is 19% below the average price for Lions tickets on the road this season.
Due to a torn ACL to quarterback Brian Hoyer, the Browns will be turning back to Brandon Weeden under center. Weeden was the starter for Cleveland’s 0-2 start before a hand injury allowed Hoyer to take over as the starter. The return of wide receiver Josh Gordon has also big boost for the Browns offense. Since his return, Gordon has caught 18 passes for 303 yards, averaging 16.8 yards per reception and behind only tight end Jordan Cameron in receiving yards. Gordon will be matched up against a Detroit secondary that has been efficient in stopping opponent’s top two receivers. The Lions have not been as effective stopping the run, which could allow Willis McGahee to get a significant workload in this game.
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