FFL Flash Alert - Coming off a so-so week 4, will Jonathan Taylor top 64.5 rush yards vs. Cleveland?
ANDY BEHRENS: We're gonna start with Jonathan Taylor, buzzy Colts running back. The simple line-- 64 and 1/2 rushing yards. I'm going under in this one. Difficult matchup, first of all, against Cleveland.
Somebody, by the way, emerges from this game 4-and-1. That's pretty incredible.
The Browns defense has allowed only 3.9 yards per carry on the season. Taylor himself averaging only 3.8. And then, you look at his snap share over the last couple weeks. He played less than 50% of the snaps. Jordan Wilkins mixing in, Nyheim Hines mixing in. So I don't think he quite gets there. If you're starting him, you're just hoping for a touchdown.
Tank, how do you feel about this?
TANK WILLIAMS: Yeah, I'm on the boat with you, Rev. I'm going under. I feel like he had a chance to go over, but Frank Reich-- he's not a faithful guy. He likes [INAUDIBLE]. If he would just wife up Taylor and just make him his boo thing, then he may have a chance of going over that number.
But like you said, the Cleveland Browns defense-- they are fifth in rush yards per game. He's sharing toast with Jordan Wilkins, Nyheim Hines, and so it's one of those things. Until he becomes that main chick, he's gonna likely go under, especially like he gonna do today.
ANDY BEHRENS: Minty, is it a sweep?
MINTY BETS: It is a sweep. I also like the under here. As you guys said, the Browns are fifth against the run, allowing an average of 91.8 rushing yards per game. So I think this is gonna be one of the tougher defenses that the Colts face this season, so gimme the under.