Stay on top of NFL news with the BetUS NFL injury report as the Super Wild Card Weekend sports betting bonanza continues on Saturday as the Los Angeles Rams travel to Seattle to face the Seahawks. Here’s our Rams vs Seahawks injury analysis.
|Game: Los Angeles Rams (10-6) vs Seattle Seahawks (12-4)
Location: CenturyLink Field
Time: 4:40 p.m. ET
Bettors keep bringing support for the Rams at the sportsbook, or maybe they’re fading Seattle Seahawks. Whichever it is, the line has dropped again, this time from four point to a pricey +3½ for Los Angeles. The total dropped a half point, briefly, to 42, before getting bet up again to 42½.
Rams vs Seahawks Injury Analysis: Betting Lines
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Los Angeles Rams
The Rams take a move in the right direction after their second day of practice, and still get to play ignorant about who will start under center.
In a regular practice Wednesday, starting quarterback Jared Goff continued to work though with his broken thumb in limited practice. Though coach Sean McVay is still refusing to offer any idea who he is planning to start (or use more) between Goff and backup John Wolford.
Lead running back RB Cam Akers returned to a full practice on Wednesday, and is now clear of his injury designation. The same goes for LT Joe Noteboom (back), who moved from a limited to full practice and is no longer questionable.
Still waiting on LG David Edwards (ankle) who also improved from not practicing on Tuesday, to limited participation on Wednesday. He’s still listed as questionable.
The other two questionables players, ILB Micah Kiser and special-teams’ LB Natrez Patrick, both continue to be listed as such. Both were limited in Wednesday’s practice.
The Seattle Seahawks moved to a regular practice on Wednesday. They too end with more positive returns than the day before.
Namely S Jamal Adams, who insisted he’d be playing on Saturday. While his shoulder sprain is still an issue, he was listed as a limited participant and could be expected to be playing. (It’s unclear to what capacity, but he certainly seems intent on not missing a playoff game.)
On the other hand, CB Jayson Stanley will be missing the game, as he was moved to the injured reserve for his hamstring. His season is now effectively over. (Barring the Seahawks in the Super Bowl with a severe shortage of corners.)
Several others progressed into limited practice on Wednesday after sitting out the day before. RB Chris Carson (foot), LT Duane Brown (knee) and DT Jarran Reed (oblique) are all still listed questionable but should be monitored for their final report on Thursday. (Reed is still considered to be day-to-day.)
Two others, starting LG Mike Iupati (neck) and backup RB DeeJay Dallas (ankle), cleared the injury report altogether after a full day of practice, and can be assumed to be playing.
Seattle also activated S Damarious Randall from the IR-C.
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