- The Los Angeles Rams are favored to beat the San Francisco 49ers with -185.
- The Rams are a 3.5-point favorite to win the NFC Championship.
- The Rams are taking in 64% of bets on the spread.
LOS ANGELES – The Los Angeles Rams will take on the San Francisco 49ers in the NFC Championship game to end championship weekend. The Rams will host the game at SoFi stadium at 6:40 p.m. EST.
Although the 49ers have been one of the hottest teams in the league when playing on the road, NFL betting sites are taking loads of action on the Rams to take care of business and move on to the Super Bowl.
NFC Championship: Los Angeles Rams Vs. San Francisco 49ers
Los Angeles Rams Vs. San Francisco 49ers Odds
- Moneyline: Rams (-185) vs. 49ers (+160)
- Spread: Rams -3.5
- Total: 46 Points
This is one of the most highly anticipated games of the season being that the 49ers have beaten the Rams twice in the regular season. The 49ers have also been on a tear winning their last four games and covering the spread in all four games as well.
The Rams should not be discredited either as they have covered the spread in their two playoff games and even took down the defending champions in Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Overall though, the public is still leaning on the Rams over the 49ers. Los Angeles is seeing 64% of bets placed and 60% of the betting handle on the moneyline. On the spread, they are taking heavy action as well with 61% of bets and 70% of the money. The closest splits are coming on the total points in the game with just 55% of bets and 60% of the handle on the Over.
All in all, with the 49ers on the cusp of a third straight win over the Rams, many can expect the Rams to come out hotter than ever and back up their NFC Championship odds.
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