Rams vs. Steelers Betting Odds, Picks & Predictions
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- Our experts cover every actionable angle of the Los Angeles Rams at Pittsburgh Steelers, complete with odds and picks.
Rams at Steelers Odds, Picks & Predictions
- Odds: Rams -4
- Over/Under: 43.5
- Kickoff: 4:25 p.m. ET
- TV Channel: FOX
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Our analysts and experts break down the most important angles of this game.
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The biggest weakness of this Rams team is their offensive line.
Per Football Focus, the line ranks dead last in pass blocking efficiency, having allowed the second-most pressures and most hurries in the league. Not great.
It’s one of the primary reasons their offense has taken such a significant step back. And the problem is magnified by the fact that Jared Goff is not a mobile quarterback and struggles immensely under pressure as he needs time to set his feet and a clean pocket to complete his mechanical throwing motion.
This could become a problem an issue once again in a hostile environment against a dominant defensive front that ranks second in the NFL in adjusted sack rate, trailing only the undefeated 49ers.
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