NFL Picks Week 4: Titans Vs. Browns

NFL experts are split on this Sunday's Tennessee Titans-Cleveland Browns game.

The Cleveland Browns opened as two-point favorites at home against the Tennessee Titans. Despite having perennial Pro Bowl running back Chris Johnson, the Titans rank 32nd in the NFL in rushing, a ranking that has a chance for significant improvement against the Browns' 29th-ranked run defense.

While Johnson has uncharacteristically struggled, 36-year-old Titans quarterback Matt Hasselbeck has played well, posting a 102.2 passer rating over the first three weeks. Though the Titans lost No. 1 receiver Kenny Britt to a torn ACL and MCL in his right knee, Sports Illustrated's Peter King expects the bizarreness of the Titans offense to continue by predicting a 26-20 win for Mike Munchak and the Titans.

In a clean sweep, the NFL Network's Playbook staff of Sterling Sharpe, Joe Theismann, Brian Baldinger and Matt Millen all took the Titans, while four of the five experts at CBSSports.com -- Pete Prisco, Clark Judge, Mike Freeman, and Dave Richard took the Browns. Will Brinson was the lone expert at CBSSports.com to pick the Titans.

For more coverage on this game, visit our Titans blog Music City Miracles and Browns blog Dawgs By Nature.

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