Mike Clay, Joe Fortenbaugh and Dour Kezirian combine to offer their best bets.
Note: Odds courtesy of Caesars Sportsbook. Odds as of Sunday.
Cleveland Browns (-6.5, 45) at New York Jets
Clay: If there were any concerns about Odell Beckham Jr.'s role in Cleveland, they were put to bed in Week 1. The ex-Giant played every snap and was targeted 12 times (32 percent share). He didn't find the end zone, but that hasn't been an issue throughout his career. Beckham has scored 46 touchdowns in 60 career games, registering at least 11 end zone targets in all four career seasons in which he played at least 12 games. He also has a good matchup against a Jets defense that surrendered the most targets and receptions to opposing wide receivers last season, allowed 19 touchdowns to wideouts (ninth most) and 30 end zone targets (sixth).