Rams-Saints Betting Odds: Tracking NFC Championship Game Line Moves

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Rams-Saints Betting Odds, Line

  • Odds: Saints -3 
  • Over/Under: 54.5
  • Time: 3:05 p.m. ET
  • TV: FOX

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After opening at -3.5, the Saints fell to -3 on Wednesday afternoon and have stuck there ever since. The juice has been all over the place though, reaching highs of -128 on the Saints and -125 on the Rams.

Since the hook is no longer available, public support on LA has been dropping. When it moved to +3, Los Angeles had 58% of spread bets. That number’s now down to 48%. Despite the increase in Saints tickets, they’ve yet to move back to -3.5.

The over/under had been at 57 for most of the week, but fell down to 56.5 on Friday. The over is getting 54% of bets.

We’ll be tracking every live odds update until this game kicks off at 3:05 p.m. ET.

Rams-Saints Betting Odds

  • 2:47 p.m ET: It can’t be stopped! The over/under is spiraling out of control, now down to 54.5.
  • 2:38 p.m. ET: Sugar, we are going down like a Fall Out boy classic hit. The over/under is now at 55, as money continues to rise. The cash flow, which was at 35% at the last move, is now up to 38%.
  • 1:26 p.m. ET: The total continues to fall — down to another new low of 55.5. The percentage of dollars on the under has risen from 29% this morning to 35% at the time of the move.
  • 11:19 a.m. ET: The over/under has dropped from 56.5 to 56, which is the first time it’s hit 56 all week. The spread remains at Saints -3, but the juice is now -118 in L.A.’s favor.
  • 8 a.m. ET: The line sits on the key number of three, with standard -110 juice a side. At 52% of spread bets, the Saints are getting the most public support they’ve had all week. The total has remained at 56.5 since dropping there on Friday evening.

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