Sunday‌ ‌Night‌ ‌Football‌ ‌Betting‌ ‌Preview:‌ ‌Seattle Seahawks vs. Los Angeles Rams ‌-‌ ‌Week‌ 14

Seattle Seahawks (9-2) vs. Los Angeles Rams (7-5)
Sunday, December 8st - 8:20 PM ET - Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, Los Angeles, CA
Betting Line: -1

It seems like it was forever ago, but in case you forgot, the L.A. Rams are the reigning NFC champions. After putting up huge numbers in 2018-2019, the Rams have had a hard time finding their rhythm this season.

L.A. got off to a 3-0 start before dropping three straight. Since then, LA. is 4-2. Over the last six weeks, the Rams have beaten Atlanta, Cincinnati, Chicago, and Arizona. They've lost to Pittsburgh and Baltimore.

Up next, L.A. will host the Seahawks; my pick to win the NFC this season.

Seattle has been consistent all year. They're 10-2 with losses to New Orleans and Baltimore. Russell Wilson is playing MVP-caliber football. Prior to Monday night's game, Wilson had passed for 2,937 yards, 24 touchdowns, and just three interceptions.

They're a well-coached team with a Super Bowl-winning quarterback and a wealth of talent on both sides of the ball. Pete Carroll is among the best coaches in the NFL.

Seattle has already defeated L.A. once this season. The Seahawks won 30-29 at Los Angeles in Week 5. Russell Wilson passed for four touchdowns in the victory. Chris Carson rushed for 118 yards. This was before the addition of Josh Gordon.

Jared Goff also had a productive game. He passed for 395 yards, a touchdown, and an INT. Gerald Everett caught for 136 yards while Cooper Kupp caught for 117 yards and a score.

The second time around, the difference will be greater.

The Rams are at home, but that hasn't meant much since they moved to Los Angeles. They're 3-3 at home this season. The Rams are also 1-2 against the division.

Seattle has won five straight games heading into Sunday Night Football.

Cooper Kupp will get his again, but that wasn't enough to get the job done last time anyway.

The Rams need this win, but I don't think they'll get it. Seattle wins tightly contested games. This will be another one. Take Seattle to win straight up on prime time this Sunday night.