Los Angeles Rams vs Philadelphia Eagles News & Picks
Los Angeles Rams vs Philadelphia Eagles Odds
|Los Angeles Rams||pk -110||45½ -110 O||TBD|
|Philadelphia Eagles||pk -110||45½ -110 U||TBD|
**Odds as of 09/18**
Straight Up (Gilad Chudler)
Looking at the spread here it’s obvious that these are closely matched teams. The Los Angeles Rams are coming off an exciting Week 1 victory over the Dallas Cowboys.
Jared Goff completed 20-of-31 passes and threw for 275 yards, and gave up one interception. Malcolm Brown had a great game with 18 carries, 79 yards and two touchdowns.
The Eagles would like to forget their season opener. They lost to the Washington Football Team by 10 after giving up a 17-point lead.
Carson Wentz completed 24-of-42 attempts, threw for 270 yards and 2 interceptions. Dallas Goedert had a great game on the receiving end going for eight receptions, 101 yards and a touchdown.
There’s no moneyline bets for this game, but considering the Eagles’ sub-par performance go with a point spread bet on the Rams.
Against the Spread (Sebastian Morera)
The Rams opened their action with a 20-17 home win over the Cowboys. Heading into the season, there was a lot of hype surrounding Dallas. However, Los Angeles was able to neutralize that hype and held the Cowboys to 17. If the Rams were able to take care of the Cowboys, one would assume they’d be able to handle the Eagles. The odds don’t share that sentiment as they’ve put together pick ‘em odds for this matchup.
Unlike the Rams, the Eagles are coming off a 27-17 loss to NFC East rivals, the Washington Football Team. The Eagles looked great early on but failed to convert their success into points. As the game went on, Washington was able to squeeze more value out of their offensive success. Expect the Rams to do the same Sunday as they hand the Eagles their second loss of the season.
Over/Under (Zack Robinson)
Both teams struggled in Week 1. The Los Angeles Rams still rely heavily on their running game, now led by Malcolm Brown (79 YDS, 2 TD) and QB Jared Goff is not looking like the leader they thought he was.
The Philadelphia Eagles lost to the Washington Football Team, but beyond the score (27-20) the most worrying thing was the terrible performance of the offensive line (allowed eight sacks). Also, without RB Miles Sanders their running game looks pretty weak.
The total has gone under in the last seven Philadelphia’s home games, but both teams can be much better, and they have a good opportunity to prove it in Week 2. Go over in a close one.
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