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Rams Against the Spread, Over/Under Results At Home In SoFi Stadium: 2022 Super Bowl Betting Trends

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Ronald Martinez/Getty Images. Pictured: Rams head coach Sean McVay at SoFi Stadium

For the second straight year — and only the second time in NFL history — a team will play the Super Bowl in its home stadium.

The first was the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, who beat the Kansas City Chiefs at Raymond James Stadium last year.

Now the Los Angeles Rams will have the chance to accomplish the very same feat against the Cincinnati Bengals at SoFi Stadium on Sunday.

With the Rams able to sleep in their own beds and not have to worry about travel before enjoying the friendly-confines of SoFi Stadium in Super Bowl LVI, we turned to our Action Labs software to examine how Los Angeles has performed historically on its home field.

Rams Against the Spread Results At Home

The Rams have performed solidly for bettors through two seasons at SoFi Stadium, posting a 10-8 (55.6%) against-the-spread (ATS) record across both regular-season and postseason matchups. That includes a 9-8 ATS record as home favorites, like they will be in Super Bowl LVI barring any significant and unforeseen news between now and Sunday.

However, Sean McVay’s team has been decent against the number as a visitor, covering the spread in exactly 50% of games over that span as well.

Rams Over/Under Results At SoFi Stadium

Interestingly, SoFi Stadium has been a great place for unders whenever the Rams are in action.

In 18 home games, including the regular season and postseason, unders are an incredible 13-4-1 (76.5%) while covering the closing total by an astounding 7.53 points.

On the other hand, nine of the Rams’ 18 games (50%) played on the road over the past two season have gone under.

As of the time of writing, 56% of over/under bettors have played the Super Bowl over, which currently sits at 48.5 across the market.

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