LA Rams Odds

Latest Rams live odds from top CA sportsbooks

The Los Angeles Rams are on a mission to prove they belong in the upper echelon of NFL history. To do so, they’re winning big games, making smart offseason moves and even bringing home Super Bowl trophies.

After last season’s wild ride, can LA fans hope for continued success? What should sports bettors know when looking to bet on the Rams at California sportsbooks?

Below, see how to bet on the Rams online, check this week’s Rams game line and Super Bowl odds, plus find key Rams betting insights.

Today’s Los Angeles Rams odds

Below, find the latest Rams point spread odds for this week’s game. Click on any odds to go right to each legal CA online sportsbook and sign up for a new account.

Rams Super Bowl, NFC odds

Can the Rams earn another Super Bowl title? Win the NFC Championship? See the latest Rams Super Bowl odds from online sportsbooks below.

Matthew Stafford MVP, prop odds

In his first season leading the Rams, Matthew Stafford proved he can win a championship, but what will he accomplish this week? What are his odds of taking home the league MVP? Check the latest prop odds below.

Los Angeles Rams player props and futures

There are many options to bet on Rams players, or on the team itself, beyond the standard NFL game lines.

Futures bets are typically focused on the season-long accomplishments of the players or team, as they’re in a season-long competition against Niners odds. There are multiple different LA Rams futures odds you can bet on. Below, we have a few examples of odds you might come across at online betting sites, such as BetMGM Sportsbook or on the Caesars mobile app:

  • NFL Most Valuable Player: Matthew Stafford +145
  • NFL Comeback Player of the Year: Cooper Kupp +425
  • Coach of the Year: Sean McVay +1800
  • Defensive Player of the Year: Aaron Donald +700

You’ll also be able to make NFL player prop bets, which are typically focused on game-by-game performance or season-long statistical accomplishments. Depending on the California sportsbook you’re using, you’ll find quite a wide variety of prop bets.

Here are some examples of bets like those at your favorite sportsbook:

  • NFL Rushing Leader: Sony Michel +6000
  • NFL Passing Leader: Matthew Stafford +900
  • Over/Under Matthew Stafford throwing 15 picks: O -115 U -110
  • Over/Under Cooper Kupp catching 15 touchdowns: O -120 U -110
  • Over/under Las Vegas Rams 12 wins: O -105 U -125
  • NFC Champions: Los Angeles Rams +450
  • NFC West Division Champions: Raiders +125

You also have the option to bet on the Rams as a team or with prop bets during games. Not everything is going to be focused on the entire season. Gameday prop bets are extremely popular with California bettors.

  • Over/under four Rams field goals in a game: O -110 U -110
  • First player to score in a game: Cooper Kupp +175
  • First team to score in a game: Rams +110

Los Angeles Rams coaches

The Rams have made a point of signing some of the best positional coaches available to help keep their team playing at an elite level. Here’s the current staff.

  • Head coach: Sean McVay
  • Offensive coordinator: Liam Coen
  • Defensive coordinator: Raheem Morris
  • Special teams coordinator: Joe DeCamillis

Head coaches get almost all of the media attention but are also the first in the hot seat if things are going wrong. Below we have a list of the Rams’ coaches over the decades.

  • Sean McVay (2017-current)
  • Jeff Fisher (2012-2016)
  • Steve Spagnuolo (2009-2011)
  • Scott Linehan (2006-2008)
  • Mike Martz (2000-2005)
  • Dick Vermeil (1997-1999)
  • Rich Brooks (1995-1996)
  • Chuck Knox (1973-77, 1992-1994)
  • John Robinson (1983-1991)
  • Ray Malavasi (1978-1982)
  • Tommy Prothro (1971-1972)
  • George Allen (1966-1970)
  • Harland Svare (1963-1965)
  • Bob Waterfield (1960-1962)
  • Sid Gillman (1955-1959)
  • Hampton Pool (1953-1954)
  • Joe Stydahar (1950-1952)
  • Clark Shaughnessy (1948-1949)
  • Bob Snyder (1947)
  • Adam Walsh (1945-1946)
  • Aldo Donelli (1944)
  • Dutch Clark (1939-1942)
  • Hugo Bezdek (1937-1938)

Where do the Rams play their home games?

The Los Angeles Rams moved into a new stadium in 2020, which they share with the Los Angeles Chargers, named SoFi Stadium.

The stadium is located at:

  • 1001 South Stadium Drive, Inglewood, California 90301

Below are some more facts about So-Fi Stadium:

  • Owner: StadCo LA, LLC and Hollywood Park Land Company, LLC
  • Operator: StadCo LA, LLC
  • Capacity: 70,240, but expandable up to 100,240
  • Acreage: 298 for the entire complex
  • Opened: September 8, 2020
  • Construction cost: Estimated $5 billion to $6 billion
  • Other events: Los Angeles Rams home games, NCAA LA Bowl

How to watch and listen to Los Angeles Rams games

If you’re looking to catch the Rams games on television, streaming or by listening, you will discover you quite a few options as your disposal.

Over-the-air, cable and satellite TV

  • NBC
  • CBS
  • Fox
  • ESPN
  • NFL Network
  • NFL Red Zone
  • DirecTV NFL Sunday Ticket
  • TheRams.com

Streaming

  • Rams app
  • YouTube TV
  • NFL Mobile App
  • NFL Game Pass
  • NFL Sunday Ticket
  • Amazon Prime Video
  • ESPN
  • Fox Sports
  • NBC Sports
  • CBS All Access

Listening

  • NFL Game Pass
  • Westwood One
  • TuneIn
  • Sirius XM

A brief history of the Los Angeles Rams

The Los Angeles Rams are one of the oldest teams in the NFL, and that long history has made them one of the most recognizable teams in the league. Below, we take a look at some key points in the Rams’ history.

  • 2022: Rams become the world champions with a win over the Cincinnati Bengals, 23-20, in Super Bowl LVI with receiver Cooper Kupp earning the game’s MVP award
  • 2020: Rams move into their new home field of SoFi Stadium
  • 2018: Another NFC championship leads the Rams to Super Bowl LIII, but they end up losing to the New England Patriots 13-3
  • 2016: The Rams make the move from St. Louis back to Los Angeles
  • 2010: Stan Kroenke becomes the owner of the Rams
  • 2008: Owner Georgia Frontiere died from breast cancer and ownership was passed to Dale Rosenbloom and Lucia Rodriguez
  • 2001: St. Louis makes another trip to the NFL championship game, Super Bowl XXXVI, and lost to the New England Patriots on a last-second field goal by Adam Vinatieri, 20-17
  • 1999: The Rams earn a trip to Super Bowl XXXIV and beat the Tennessee Titans 23-16
  • 1995: The Rams make the move from Los Angeles to St. Louis
  • 1983: Hall of famer running back Eric Dickerson is drafted by the Rams out of SMU and earns the Rookie of the Year award
  • 1979: Owner Carroll Rosenbloom dies in drowning accident and his widow, Georgia Frontiere, inherits 70 percent ownership of the team
  • 1979: The Rams earn a bid to the Super Bowl but lost to the Pitssburgh Steelers 31-19; the Rams were 10.5-point underdogs
  • 1972: Chicago industrialist Robert Irsay purchases the Rams for $19 million and then trades them to Carroll Rosenbloom for cash and the Baltimore Colts franchise
  • 1957: The all-time record for attendance at a regular-season NFL game is set when the Rams played the San Francisco 49ers in front of 102,368 fans
  • 1951: Los Angeles Rams win the NFL Championship game
  • 1950: The Rams become the first pro football team to have all of their games televised
  • 1946: The Rams become the first team in the NFL to sign an African-American player when they agreed to a contract with Kenny Washington
  • 1946: Owner Daniel Reeves threatens to end the team’s relationship with the NFL unless they are able to move the Rams to Los Angeles; the NFL eventually allows the move
  • 1945: Bob Waterfield wins NFL Rookie of the Year and became the first player to ever win the NFL MVP award with a unanimous vote
  • 1945: Cleveland Rams earn their first NFL championship behind quarterback Bob Waterfield, who was a fifth-round pick in the 1945 NFL Draft out of UCLA
  • 1941: Daniel F. Reeves and Fred Levy, Jr. purchase the Rams
  • 1937: Rams join the NFL
  • 1936: The Cleveland Rams were one of the inaugural teams in the second iteration of the American Football League

Los Angeles Rams FAQ

The price for Rams tickets depends on who they are playing and where you will be sitting in SoFi Stadium. In 2021-22, the Rams had the 17th highest average for tickets at $223.

Stan Kroenke purchased the Rams in 2010.

According to Forbes, as of 2021, the Rams were valued at $4.8 billion.

The Los Angeles Rams have won two Super Bowls. The first was at Super Bowl XXXIV in the 1999-2000 season, and the second was Super Bowl LVI in the 2021-22 season.

The NFL rules dictate that all teams must carry a roster of 53 players. The Los Angeles Rams also have players on their practice squad, paid positions that do not count toward the 53-player limit. They can also use the injured reserve to keep players under contract while they are hurt but replace them on the active roster while they are away.

The Rams moved to Los Angeles twice. The team was founded as the Cleveland Rams in 1936, and in 1946 they moved to Los Angeles. In 1995, the Rams were moved by owner Georgia Frontiere to St. Louis, her hometown. The organization was moved once more in 2016 when they returned to Los Angeles.

Jim Everett holds the all-time career passing record for the Rams with 23,758 yards. He played for the Rams from 1986 to 1993 and threw 142 touchdown passes during his time with Los Angeles.

Marshall Faulk is the career leader with 58 rushing touchdowns, but Steven Jackson and Eric Dickerson are tied for second on the list with 56 rushing touchdowns each.

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