- The Arizona Cardinals are 2.5-point favorites to beat the Los Angeles Rams.
- The Rams have gone 1-5 against spread odds in their last six games.
- The public has given the Cardinals 69% of total bets on the spread.
PHOENIX – Capping off Week 14 of the season is an NFC West showdown on Monday Night Football between the Arizona Cardinals and Los Angeles Rams.
NFL online sportsbooks have the Cardinals listed as slight favorites going into this one being that they have done a tremendous job against the spread this season.
Arizona Cardinals Vs. Los Angeles Rams Betting Odds
- Moneyline: Cardinals (-135) vs. Rams (+115)
- Spread: Cardinals -2.5
- Total: 51.5 Points
Rams' Struggles Against The Spread
Although sitting with an 8-4 record, the Los Angeles Rams have done a horrific 5-7 job against the spread this season and have struggled immensely in their last six games going 1-5 ATS in that span. The Rams are also tied for the fourth-worst record against the spread when playing on the road with a 2-4 record.
In addition to being 1-5 against the spread in their last six games, they are also 0-4 ATS in games after scoring 30 or more points the week prior and also in games following a 14+ point win.
Their struggles are expected to continue against the Arizona Cardinals as they are one of the best teams against the spread this season with a 9-3 record.
The Cardinals have also gone 3-1 ATS in their last four games overall and are 4-0 against the NFC West division this season which includes a 37-20 win over the Rams in Week 4 where they covered a +3.5-point spread without any problems.
The public is also leaning on the Cardinals to have no problems covering the spread once again as they are taking in 69% of the total bets made as well as 69% of the betting handle.
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