Bears vs. Rams Odds, Spread: Updated Sunday Night Football Lines (Sept. 12)
Wesley Hitt/Getty Images. Pictured: Chicago Bears quarterback Andy Dalton.
- Sunday's NFL Week 1 slate concludes with Bears vs. Rams on Sunday Night Football (8:20 p.m. ET).
- According to updated NFL odds, the Rams are big favorites over the Bears on Sunday.
- Continue reading to see the latest Bears vs. Rams odds, including the latest spread and over/under for Sunday Night Football.
Bears vs. Rams Odds
|Date||Sunday, Sept. 12|
|Time||8:20 p.m. ET|
The first glorious Sunday slate of the NFL season is upon us, one that will finish with Chicago Bears vs. Los Angeles Rams on Sunday Night Football.
This game is all about the quarterbacks with head coach Matt Nagy of the Bears insisting on trotting out Andy Dalton over first-round draft pick Justin Fields, while offensive guru Sean McVay upgraded from Jared Goff to Matthew Stafford at the position.
This doesn’t necessarily mean we won’t see Fields in some capacity, whether it’s on gadget plays or even taking over if Dalton struggles and Chicago gets behind early.
Still, the betting market expects Los Angeles to have a significant advantage, one that’s reflected in the Bears vs. Rams spread.
Let’s take a detailed look at the live NFL odds, included the latest spread and over/under for Sunday Night Football.
Bears vs. Rams Spread
The Rams opened as 7-point favorites over the Bears at most sportsbooks across the market, with bettors driving this spread up to -8.5.
According to The Action Network’s NFL public betting trends, 67% of spread bets are on the Rams, yet 57 % of the money has landed on the Bears.
Bears vs. Rams Over/Under
Sunday Night Football’s over/under has been interesting after a dip in the total has been pushed back up as the game has gotten closer to kickoff.
This number opened at 45 at DraftKings Sportsbook before slowly ticking down to 43.5 as of last Sunday.
However, bettors have consistently played the over throughout the last seven days, driving the Bears vs. Rams total back through the opener and to a consensus of 46.5 across the market.