INDIANAPOLIS, IN - NOVEMBER 13: Maurice Jones-Drew #32 of the Jacksonville Jaguars celebrates after scoring a touchdown during the game against the Indianapolis Colts at Lucas Oil Stadium on November 13, 2011 in Indianapolis, Indiana. The Jaguars won 17-3. (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)
The Cleveland Browns and Jacksonville Jaguars will face off this weekend. Neither team has been particularly impressive this season, but the betting odds indicate the game will at least be close.
The Jacksonville Jaguars will travel north to play the Cleveland Browns this weekend in a match-up of two struggling AFC teams. The NFL odds for Week 11 reflect this, too, as the betting line has fluctuated throughout the week.
The Maurice Jones-Drew led Jaguars have actually won two of their last three games, but considering last week's game was a victory over the winless (and Peyton Manning-less) Indianapolis Colts, that should perhaps be taken with a grain of salt when deciding which team to bet on this week.
The Browns opened the week as 1½ point favorites, but the news that running back Peyton Hillis will be inactive has likely influenced that line as it is now a pick'em for most outlets. Odds Shark's excellent database shows that while the odds are even at most sites, there are a few offering one point to both teams as of Thursday morning.
The over-under has also dropped on this game, going from 36 when it opened to an average of 34 points just a few days later. Considering the team's have went under in 13 of their last 14 games, that might not be a bad bet either.