The odds for Sunday's Rams-Eagles clash opened up with a touchdown gap between the two teams, and the money hasn't pushed it off as of yet.
The Rams head to Philadelphia after the bye week, allowing the team to deal with some injuries and mollify the players after a painful home loss to the Cowboys. The Eagles on the other hand are coming off a stinging loss to the 49ers in which they surrendered an early 21-10 lead.
It's an old matchup that dates back to 1937 with a 21-3 win, the Cleveland Rams' only win of the year, courtesy of two touchdowns and two extra points from QB/TB/K/later Rams head coach Bob Snyder. That win included, the Rams are 17-18-1 all-time with the Eagles, though Philly has won the last three contests.
The over/under's set at 47.5, but the under's been in the money in seven of the Rams' last eight.
So as the Rams open up the Octet of Pain, they'll literally have to defy the odds to get out of the City of Brotherly Love with a win.
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