- The Los Angeles Rams have +100 odds to cover a 3-point spread on Bovada.
- Sportsbooks like BetMGM have the Rams -110 odds to cover 2.5-points.
LAS VEGAS – Week 5 of Thursday Night Football will feature an NFC West bout between the Los Angeles Rams and the Seattle Seahawks. Ahead of the matchup, the Rams are going into the game seen as 3-point favorites.
When looking to bet on this powerhouse matchup, it is best to take the odds on the NFL sportsbook that offers the best lines for the biggest payout. Different TNF lines can be shopped between Bovada, BetOnline, and BetMGM.
Bovada Vs. BetMGM
Bovada TNF Spread
- LA Rams -3 +100
- Seattle Seahawks +3 -120
BetMGM TNF Spread
- LA Rams -2.5 -110
- Seattle Seahawks +2.5 -110
In terms of $100 bets, those betting on the Rams to cover 3-points on Bovada at +100 will profit $100 while the same bet with BetMGM at -110 odds would profit $10 less with $90.
Although the profit margin does not seem like much, those sports bettors that use $10 units would gladly add that extra unit to their bankroll while using Bovada's platform.
BetOnline Vs. BetMGM
BetOnline First Half Total Points
- OVER 26.5 -120
- UNDER 26.5 +100
BetMGM First Half Total
- OVER 26.5 -110
- UNDER 26.5 -110
In this scenario, betting on the UNDER for the total points in the first half on BetOnline rather than BetMGM offers a larger payout.
Both lines are set at 26.5, however, the odds on the UNDER at BetOnline offer a $100 payout, while the odds on BetMGM bring in $90.
All in all, when looking to wager anywhere for this Rams Vs. Seahawks battle, it is best to weigh out all of the options for the best possible payout.
The game is set to begin at 8:20 p.m. EST on FOX.
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