By Adam Thompson | | 3 mins
5 Seahawks-Rams Prop Bets & Betting Lines To Back On SNF
An NFC West showdown with massive playoff implications kicks off on Sunday Night Football as Jared Goff and the Los Angeles Rams play host to Russell Wilson and the Seattle Seahawks.
The Rams are 10-2 against the spread in their last 12 against the NFC, while the Seahawks have covered in four straight and in six of seven on the road.
Let’s take a look at some of the best bets fans of NFL betting should consider:
Seahawks-Rams Best BetsPick Expired
OTHER BETS TO BACK
- First Turnover | Rams -117 (William Hill)
- First Touchdown | Rams -113 (888sport)
- Highest-Scoring Half | Second -106 (DraftKings)
All odds current as of publication but subject to change. Check out the latest Seahawks-Rams odds here.
PICK 1: Rams +1
We keep waiting for the Rams to really get rolling, and we may have seen the start of it last Sunday in a demolition of the outmatched Cardinals. If they really want to get back into the NFC mix, it has to happen Sunday night.
Seattle has won 10 games, but nine of them have been by a TD or less with a 4.3 ppg average. The Rams have covered the spread in four of the last five meetings between these teams.
PICK 2: Under 47.5 Points
The Under has hit in six of the Rams’ last seven games, and it’s hit in eight of the last nine games the Seahawks have been favored. Only one of the last seven games have totaled more than 47 points in L.A. games.
PICK 3: First Turnover – Rams
Jared Goff has a penchant for throwing interceptions. In addition, the Seahawks rank No. 1 in the NFL in fumbles forced. One way or the other, L.A. is turning it over. With Russell Wilson throwing just four INTs all year, we just need Chris Carson to hold on to the ball for this one to pay off eventually.
PICK 4: First Touchdown – Rams
Win or lose, the Rams have gotten off to solid starts. Los Angeles has scored the first TD in nine of its 12 games this season, including six of the last seven. Seattle has been the victim of opening opponent TDs in three of the last four.
PICK 5: Highest-Scoring Half – Second
Each team has been remarkably consistent on offense when it comes to scoring in the first half and second half. But for both the Seahawks and Rams, the defense has allowed considerably more points after the break and that’s a trend that’s increased later in the season.