Seahawks vs. Rams Sharp Betting Picks: How Pros Are Betting Sunday Night Football Spread & Over/Under
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- Professional bettors have made their picks clear for Sunday Night Football between the Seattle Seahawks and Los Angeles Rams.
- Updated odds for Sunday Night Football make the Rams a slight home favorite (spread: LA -1) with the over/under at 48.
- See how the sharp are picking tonight's spread and over/under before locking in your bets.
We’ve had a couple of slow weeks recently when it comes to sharp betting action and Sunday Night Football. However, pros are making up for it in Week 14 by hitting the Seahawks vs. Rams spread and over/under.
Seattle’s point differential of +36 has been a big storyline this week, especially from Cowboys truthers quoting Dallas’ differential of +67.
Los Angeles’ point differential is just off Seattle’s at +33, so it’s not all that surprising to see this game hovering around a pick’em.
Odds as of Sunday morning and via FanDuel, where Action Network users get a risk-free bet up to $500.
However, just because this game is now considered a coin flip by the betting market doesn’t mean it started that way.
And not only have sharp bettors had an effect on the spread, they’ve also forced oddsmakers to adjust the over/under as well.
Using The Action Network’s betting tools and data, let’s examine how professional action is moving Seahawks vs. Rams betting odds.
Seahawks vs. Rams Spread, Over/Under Sharp Betting Picks
This spread initially opened at Seahawks -2.5, but heavy Rams money is the reason for the drive to Rams -1.
Sports Insights’ Bet Signals, which track and report sharp betting action in real-time, have triggered 11 (!) smart money indicators on Los Angeles, explaining exactly why this spread has the moved the way it has.
When it comes to the total, wiseguys waited until the number ticked up to 48.5 before making their move.
SI’s Bet Signals are reporting two separate instances of market-moving money hitting the under, providing context as to why it has dropped to 47.5 at the time of writing.
Sharp angles: Rams (moved from +2.5 to -1) and Under (moved from 48.5 to 47.5) [In New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Indiana or West Virginia? Bet now at FanDuel]