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The loss of Kenny Britt (17 rec, 289 yards) is going to hurt Matt Hasselbeck.
Joe Haden would have been able to contain either Britt or Nate Washington (21 rec, 258 yards), but not both. Now, outside of Washington's production, the next wide receiver in ranking of catches and yards is Lavelle Hawkins (5 rec, 38 yards).
The addition of Donnie Avery may help, but he has been on the street all season and has only had three real days of practice to acclimate himself to the offense and develop timing.
The Browns are getting Peyton Hillis back and Montario Hardesty is going to be getting more playing time. While I can agree that the Titans' secondary will contain the Cleveland wide receivers, the Browns will create obvious mismatches in size with their tight ends on either linebackers or safeties.
Their defense is quietly playing—statistically—with some of the best in the league.
Straight-up/ATS: If Kenny Britt were healthy, Tennessee wins head-to-head, which means I have to give the nod to the Browns, 21-20, and pushing the spread.