Seahawks vs. Rams Prop Bets: Public Picks Side in Tuesday Night Matchup
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- The Rams can enter a tie for first place in the NFC West with a win on Tuesday night.
- Seattle is a big underdog, but the Seahawks are not going to go down easily.
- Tommy Stokke breaks down where the action is going in the matchup below.
After a three-game losing streak tempered expectations for the Los Angeles Rams, bettors have seen enough in the last two games to jump all in on Tuesday night.
The Rams host the Seattle Seahawks on Tuesday in a game rescheduled from the weekend due to a COVID-19 outbreak within the Rams roster. Despite the absences, Los Angeles is bouncing between a 6.5- and 7-point favorite.
According to data released by BetMGM on Tuesday, bettors are confident the Rams will run away.
The three most popular props at the sportsbook are all on the Rams winning big and scoring a lot of points in the process.
Start with the most popular one: a parlay with the Rams winning outright and more than 52 points being scored between the two teams. That’s an alternate line with the current total at 45.5. The bet has odds of +250 (bet $100, profit $250).
Another prop with longer odds is Los Angeles’ winning margin falling between 7 and 12 points (+333 odds).
They’re not stopping there when it comes to the Rams and offense. The public also loves the Rams to score over 26.5 points (-125 odds).
While the Rams activated Von Miller from the COVID list, they’ll be without offensive lineman Rob Havenstein and tight end Tyler Higbee, among others. Most of the players on the team’s reserve list are on the defensive side of the ball.
Meanwhile, Seattle is expected to be without running back Alex Collins and receiver Tyler Lockett, among others.
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