Los Angeles Rams
2nd in NFC West
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Rams InjuriesAll NFL Injuries
DeSean Jackson (Ankle) is out this week.
Cooper Kupp (Knee) is out this week.
John Wolford (Neck) is out this week.
David Edwards (Ankle) is questionable this week.
Terrell Lewis (Ankle) is out this week.
Jonah Williams (Stinger) is questionable this week.
Rams 2021 Schedule
|QB||Jared Goff||John Wolford|
|WR||Josh Reynolds||Van Jefferson|
|WR||Robert Woods||Trishton Jackson|
|TE||Tyler Higbee||Gerald Everett||Johnny Mundt|
|LT||Andrew Whitworth||Tremayne Anchrum|
|LG||Joseph Noteboom||Coleman Shelton|
|C||Austin Blythe||Brian Allen|
|RG||Austin Corbett||David Edwards|
|RT||Rob Havenstein||Bobby Evans|
|SS||Taylor Rapp||Terrell Burgess|
|FS||John Johnson||Jordan Fuller||Nick Scott|
|RCB||Jalen Ramsey||David Long|
|HB||Malcolm Brown||Cam Akers|
|DE||Michael Brockers||Morgan Fox|
|OLB||Samson Ebukam||Jachai Polite|
|DT||Aaron Donald||Eric Banks|
|ILB||Micah Kiser||Kenneth Young|
|LCR||Troy Hill||Darious Williams|
|NT||Sebastian Joseph||Greg Gaines|
|OLB||Leonard Floyd||Ogbonnia Okoronkwo|
|ILB||Troy Reeder||Justin Hollins|
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Los Angeles Rams
The Los Angeles Rams bounced back from a tough 2019 campaign, posting a 10-6 record in 2020 and making the playoffs. They really excelled on the defensive side of the ball, allowing the fewest points in the league during the regular season. They also outperformed expectations in the betting market, covering the spread at a 56.2% rate.
Oddsmakers are expecting another strong season under head coach Sean McVay, as the Rams are expected to push for double-digit wins and grab another playoff berth in a tough NFC West. See all of the Rams above, as well as their full schedule, against-the-spread (ATS) performance, key injuries, team trends, depth charts, and much more.
Los Angeles Rams Point Spreads
The Rams moved to brand new SoFi Stadium in Inglewood last year, and it treated them well from a betting perspective: L.A. went 5-3 against-the-spread at home. Against the spread refers to spread bets, which if you're unfamiliar are wagers on the margin of victory on a game. A sportsbook will set that expected number, and then bettors can take either side.
Here’s a brief example of a spread for a Rams game:
- Rams -6.5 (-110)
- Cardinals +6.5 (-110)
These odds can be read in the following way: The Rams are 6.5-point favorites (the minus sign indicates they're favored) against the . That means a Rams would cover only if L.A. beat Arizona by a touchdown or more. If the Cardinals upset the Rams outright, or if they kept the game within seven points, then the Rams spread bet would lose. In contrast, the Cardinals spread bet in that case would be graded a winner.
Los Angeles Rams Over/Unders
The Rams defense overperformed expectations in a big way in 2020, allowing the fewest points in the league. That directly affected the totals in Rams games, as they went under in 12 of 16 regular season game -- the second-highest rate in the league behind New York Giants games.
are bets on the combined point total in a game. For these bets, it doesn't matter which team wins or how by how much. They can make even blowout games exciting, as the over/under (or total) could still be in doubt up until the final whistle.
Here's an example: Let's say oddsmakers list the total at 39 points for a Rams vs. game. You can bet either side, and a bet on the over would cash in if those teams combined for 40 or more points, whereas an under would hit at 38 or fewer combined points. If the game landed at exactly 39 points -- say, a 21-18 game -- then it'd be graded as a and bets would be refunded.
Los Angeles Rams Moneylines
Bettors who don't feel comfortable with betting the spread but are confident in a team winning the game outright can bet on the moneyline. That type of wager is simply all about which team will win. Whether a team wins by a point or 15 points doesn't matter: A win is a win.
Let's use the Rams as an example: Say the Rams is set at -160 vs. the at home at SoFi Stadium. If you bet the Rams and they won, you would profit $10 for every $16 you bet. If the Rams were underdogs, which means they'd have plus odds like +150, you would profit $15 for every $10 bet if L.A. won that game.
Los Angeles Rams Props
Rams fans excited about what new QB Matthew Stafford can do under head coach Sean McVay might be interested in player props. Those are wagers all about individual players, and you're betting on some stat found in the box score like passing yards, receiving yards, etc.
Some notable Rams props this season include Stafford to complete over/under a set amount of passes, Cooper Kupp to have over/under a set amount of receiving yards, Cam Akers to score a touchdown, and more.
The Rams in 2021 should be right in the running for the NFC West crown, along with the 49ers and Seahawks. You can bet on the winner of the division, and those types of bets are called futures bets. They're simply wagers on something that will be decided at the end of the season rather than on a regular NFL Sunday.