The world of online sports betting contains a wide range of possibilities for football fans and hopeful gamblers. Rams vs Buccaneers Week 11 props betting is full of intriguing NFL props available on our online sportsbook. Before exploring these fun bonus bets, let’s quickly take a look at the matchup and our standard NFL betting odds.
The Los Angeles Rams (6-3) are four-point underdogs against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (7-3) in a battle between NFC elites. The Rams most recently defeated the NFC West rival the Seattle Seahawks 23-16, and are riding their defense toward a postseason berth. DE Aaron Donald leads LA’s second-ranked D, having recorded nine sacks and three forced fumbles so far this season.
The Rams’ offense is just below the league average, scoring 24 PPG. L.A. QB Jared Goff has thrown for 300+ yards in his last two games and needs to play well. WR Josh Reynolds has become the Rams’ top receiver and enjoyed his best game of the season last week. Reynolds hauled in eight passes for 94 yards and will be very active here.
The Buccaneers seem to enjoy great success against anyone that isn’t the New Orleans Saints. Tampa Bay smashed the Panthers 46-23 last week, looking all-around dominant. However, this will be a defensive struggle between two of the strongest defenses in the league, and points will come at a premium.
The Bucs have the ninth-best defense in the league, and it’s paired with the NFL’s fifth-ranked offense. Tom Brady and the boys are a scary bunch, but the Rams are capable of knocking them out of their rhythm. Expect the offenses to be neutralized for the most part, and for special teams to play a huge role in the final outcome.
Jared Goff (LAR) Under 1½ Passing TDs (+165)
Goff hasn’t thrown more than one touchdown in a game since an NFL Week 7 matchup against the Chicago Bears. Twice this season, Goff hasn’t thrown any TDs, and twice he’s thrown only one. Goff will be gunning since the Bucs’ second-ranked rushing defense will have the Rams’ running game in a vice-grip. However, Tampa Bay’s stiff red-zone defense will keep him out of the endzone more often than not. L.A.’s rookie kicker Austin MacGinnis is in line to get his first NFL start, and will be active all day.
Longest FG Scored In The Game: Over 45½ Yards (-115)
Team To Score Longest FG: Rams (+115)
With two powerhouse defenses on the field, the kicking game will be relied on heavily. NFL injury reports show Rams’ K Kai Forbath had been struggling and went down with an ankle injury in last week’s NFL matchup vs the Seahawks. MacGinnis has a tremendous opportunity to lock in his starting position for the long haul with a solid performance, and I believe he’ll do just that. Something like 4/4 on FG attempts, plus banging in his only extra point attempt.
Tom Brady (TB) Total Passing Yards: Under 295½ (-115)
Brady threw for 341 yards last week vs Carolina, but this week he’s facing LA’s second-ranked passing D. The Rams only allow an average of 199.7 yards through the air in 2020, and they’ll lock down the Bucs. In 10 games this season, Brady has thrown for less than 296 yards six times, so this bet is strong.
Winning Margin: Rams to Win By 1-3 Points (+900)
Here’s a juicy payout to round out our props party. Los Angeles has the grit and the talent to grind out a road victory in Tampa Bay this week. Once the defense rattles Brady and gets the Bucs offense guessing and off-track, it’s only a matter of time.
The Rams are 4-0 ATS over their last four games, after totaling 350+ yards of offense in their previous game. L.A. amassed 389 total yards last week against the Seattle Seahawks. Also, the Buccaneers are 2-10 ATS in their previous 12 games as a home favorite of 3.5-10.0 points. Not only will the Rams win against the spread, but they will win outright. A $20 bet on this winning window yields a massive payout of $200 when it hits. Get some!
Rams vs Buccaneers Week 11 Props Betting Prediction: Rams 19, Buccaneers 17