Dallas Cowboys vs. Los Angeles Rams Odds, Pick: How Sharps are Betting Sunday Night Football
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- Thanks to big wagers from respected bettors, the odds have been steadily moving for Sunday Night Football's Cowboys-Rams game.
- Since the time of writing, the Rams have become 1-point favorites across the board.
- PJ Walsh breaks down how sharps moved this spread using our new NFL PRO Report.
Cowboys vs. Rams Betting Odds
|Cowboys Odds||-2 [Bet Now]|
|Rams Odds||+2 [Bet Now]|
|Over/Under||52 [Bet Now]|
|Time/Channel||8:20 p.m. ET on NBC|
Week 1 of the 2020 NFL season is officially underway, which includes a very interesting Dallas Cowboys vs. Los Angeles Rams Sunday Night Football (8:20 p.m. ET, NBC) matchup.
Prime-time games, especially those including “America’s Team,” draw massive betting handles, and tonight’s Cowboys vs. Rams game will be no different.
The game will undoubtedly rack up tickets from casual bettors, and sharps are also coming to the Sunday Night Football party as well.
In fact, thanks to our new NFL PRO Report it’s easy to see how the pros and top betting experts are playing Cowboys vs. Rams.
Let’s take a look.
Cowboys vs. Rams Betting Pick
Sports Insights’ Bet Signals, which track market-moving action from professional bettors, are reporting four smart money indicators on the Rams, detailing exactly how wiseguys are getting down on this game.
Please note that each of these influxes of sharp action came at Los Angeles +3, which is the most important number in NFL spread betting.
In response, oddsmakers have moved this number to +2.5 and even to +2 at some shops across the market.
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Sharps are also getting down big bucks on the Rams, evidenced by 61% of the money hitting Los Angeles on just 41% of the bets. This is clear giveaway that the largest wagers are taking the home underdog.
And finally, three of The Action Network’s NFL experts are playing the Rams, aligning three of the PRO Report’s five possible edges.
PRO Report Angle: Rams (moved from +3 to +2.5/+2)