- The Los Angeles Rams are 3-point home favorites against the Kansas City Chiefs for tonight's matchup on Monday Night Football (8:15 p.m. ET, ESPN).
- Late Rams money began hitting the market Monday afternoon, forcing sportsbooks to adjust the vig.
- One prominent sportsbook also made the move to Rams -3.5, signaling that more could join at that number as well.
Throughout most of the day the betting market remained eerily quiet regarding the Kansas City Chiefs-Los Angeles Rams (8:15 p.m. ET, ESPN) Monday Night Football matchup.
However, at approximately 3:35 p.m. ET, sportsbooks began adjusting their vig to account for Rams money hitting the market.
For example, the Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook jumped from Los Angeles -3 (-110) to -3 (-120).
Pinnacle, a market-setting sportsbook that takes high-limit wagers, made the move to Rams -3.5 at approximately 3:50 p.m. ET, the first shop to do so.
Los Angeles was a 2.5-point favorite when the game was expected to be played on a neutral field in Mexico City, so it is reasonable to assume bettors are finding value with Rams -3 on their home field.
This game’s historically high over/under has been stuck at 63 since early Friday afternoon as wiseguys have stayed off this total over the past few days.
At the time of writing, 69% of spread tickets are taking the Chiefs while 61% of bets on the total have come down on the over (you can find live betting data here).
Be sure to download The Action Network’s mobile app to track how the Chiefs-Rams betting line continues to move from now through kickoff.