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Lately the Los Angeles Rams have been an exciting team to watch and bet on. With one Super Bowl win under their belt and a few other close calls, the Rams came painfully close to a second league championship in 2019 when they lost in the season finale versus the New England Patriots.
After a stunning season that saw the Rams win their first eight games straight, finish with a 13-3 record and earn a shot at their second Super Bowl title, expectations from fans and sports gamblers are sky-high this year.
In this team guide, we’ll give you the inside track on Rams betting including how the team stacks up in a competitive NFC West and:
The Los Angeles Rams organization played its first game in 1936. They’ve won one Super Bowl, seven conference championships, 20 division titles and made 29 playoff appearances.
The Rams lone Super Bowl victory came in 1999 during the ‘Greatest Show on Turf’ era, which consisted of MVP QB Kurt Warner, RB Marshall Faulk, and WRs Isaac Bruce and Torry Holt.
The Rams have made the playoffs the last two seasons and are once again favored to win the NFC West.
During the 2017 season, the Rams organization generated $366 million in revenue and Forbes estimates the business to be worth $3.2 billion.
The Rams are owned by Stanley Kroenke.
The organization played its first season in 1936.
Yes, the Rams have won one Super Bowl.
Since 2016, the Rams have played at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, located in Los Angeles, California.
The club holds a training camp at the University of California-Irvine, located in Irvine, California.
Rampage is the official team mascot.
The Rams wear millennium blue, white, and new century gold.
All-Time Team Leaders
|Games played||Jackie Slater
|Passing Yards||Jim Everett||23,758|
|Passing TDs||Roman Gabriel||154|
|Receiving Yards||Isaac Bruce||14,109|
|Receiving TDs||Isaac Bruce||84|
|Rushing Yards||Steven Jackson||10,138|
|Rushing TDs||Marshall Faulk||58|
|Points Scored (Kicker)||Jeff Wilkins||1,223|
Before the 2018 season started, football fans had extremely high expectations for the Los Angeles Rams. They had a busy offseason, assembled one of the league’s most star-studded rosters and were looking like a team on the rise in the NFC.
The Rams didn’t disappoint, starting last season 8-0 and finishing with a 13-3 record. The Rams also made it all the way to the Super Bowl.
Despite finishing the regular season with the second highest-scoring offense in the league (32.9 ppg), the Rams only mustered up three points in the championship game and lost to Tom Brady and the Patriots.
Heading into 2019, the Rams bring back most of their key personnel including QB Jared Goff, DT Aaron Donald, RB Todd Gurley, and Head Coach Sean McVay. The health of Gurley’s knee is a major question mark for Los Angeles as rumors swirl that they’ll reduce his workload this season. After trading away their first-round draft pick, the Rams made their first selection late in the second round, selecting Washington safety Taylor Rapp.
Including the regular season and postseason, the Rams finished right around .500 in both cover percentage and over percentage. Against the point spread they were particularly streaky. From weeks 4-15, the Rams only covered the spread twice.
After that, they covered in four straight games, including the controversial NFC Championship Game vs. the Saints. The Rams offense, which was unstoppable at times last season, has two major question marks. First, QB Jared Goff struggled down the stretch and is coming off a disastrous Super Bowl. RB Todd Gurley, who was in MVP contention for most of the season, appears to be suffering through a chronic knee injury which many believe will impact his effectiveness this season.
Keep these key stats and trends from last year in mind if you plan to bet on the Rams this season:
The Rams are ready to turn the page on last year’s disappointing Super Bowl performance and claim their first championship since 1999. With Goff, McVay, and Gurley back in the fold, the Rams are as big a threat as any team in the league to win the Lombardi Trophy.
Folks residing in California and hoping to get some money action on their teams are still going to have to look elsewhere – at least for this coming season. That likely means more money leaving California for Nevada or surrounding areas.
To keep an eye on the story as it unfolds, read our guide to legal sports betting in California.
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