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ESPN's Prediction For Tonight's Browns-Rams Game

Cooper Kupp and Robert Woods celebrating on the field.

LOS ANGELES, CA - SEPTEMBER 27: Cooper Kupp #18 of the Los Angeles Rams celebrates the touchdown of Robert Woods #17 to take a 38-28 lead over the Minnesota Vikings at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum on September 27, 2018 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images)

After beating the Jets on Monday Night Football last week, the Cleveland Browns are back in primetime tonight as they host the defending NFC Champion Los Angeles Rams.

The last time the Browns were playing at home they were getting blown out by the Tennessee Titans. Quarterback Baker Mayfield looked fairly awful in that game, committing several turnovers. They recovered the following week with a 23-3 win on the road against the New York Jets.

As for the Rams, they're off to a 2-0 start where they've scored at least 27 points in both games. Aaron Donald is still the best defender in the NFL, while Sean McVay and Jared Goff continue to give opposing DCs fits.

ESPN’s computer model has released its prediction for the Browns-Rams game.

ESPN’s computer model believes that Los Angeles has this game in the bag. The computer model gives the Rams a 61.2 percent chance to win tonight's game.

Cleveland is heading into this game eagerly looking to prove that they're the real deal on national television. As good as getting their first win last week may have been, the Jets don't exactly represent the kind of talent they want to consistently beat.

Los Angeles is a 3.5-point favorite as the road team in this game.

The Browns-Rams game will be played at 8:20 PM EST and will air on NBC.