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NFL Odds: Game Spreads Have LA Rams As Underdog In Every Game In 2017

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Per new lines from CG Technology, the Rams are favored in exactly 0 games this year.

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A new set of game-by-game odds for the 2017 NFL Season has been released by CG Technology today. They have the Los Angeles Rams as favorites in 0 of them (NOTE: Week 17 odds are not included due to “variance caused by potential playoff seeding, QBs sitting out the final week or playing partial games, etc.”).

2017 Los Angeles Rams Regular Season Game Lines

Wk Date v/@ Opponent Time (ET/PT) Line
Wk Date v/@ Opponent Time (ET/PT) Line
1 Sep. 10 v. Indianapolis Colts 4:05/1:05pm Rams +3
2 Sep. 17 v. Washington 4:25/1:25pm Rams +2
3 Sep. 21 @ San Francisco 49ers 8:25/5:25pm Rams +1.5
4 Oct. 1 @ Dallas Cowboys 1pm/10am Rams +12.5
5 Oct. 8 v. Seattle Seahawks 4:05/1:05pm Rams +6
6 Oct. 15 @ Jacksonville Jaguars 4:05/1:05pm Rams +3.5
7 Oct. 22 v. Arizona Cardinals* 1pm/10am Rams +3
9 Nov. 5 @ New York Giants 4:05/1:05pm Rams +8.5
10 Nov. 12 v. Houston Texans 4:05/1:05pm Rams +3
11 Nov. 19 @ Minnesota Vikings 1pm/10am Rams +7.5
12 Nov. 26 v. New Orleans Saints 4:05/1:05pm Rams +2
13 Dec. 3 @ Arizona Cardinals 4:25/1:25pm Rams +8.5
14 Dec. 10 v. Philadelphia Eagles 4:25/1:25pm Rams +1.5
15 Dec. 17 @ Seattle Seahawks 4:05/1:05pm Rams +13.5
16 Dec, 24 @ Tennessee Titans 1pm/10am Rams +7

That’s...not inspiring.

My current projections have us going 6-9-1. The rest of the TST Staff has us going somewhere between 5-11 and 8-8. Suffice to say, we see things differently than these odds.

Nonetheless, it’s yet another reminder that the Rams are looking at a potentially very tough first year under new Head Coach Sean McVay. Yesterday, I covered the odds that had the over/under for the Rams’ win total in 2017 at 5.5, one of the lowest over/unders in the NFL. A week ago, I dropped in NFL.com’s recent power rankings that had the Rams at 28th...the same slot that ESPN has them. Both have kept them there since the end of the 2016 season.

It’s an upward climb for the Rams coming out of the Jeff Fisher era on a 4-12 record with the NFL’s worst offense. If these odds are any indication, that climb will take more than 16 games.