LA Rams Super Bowl Betting

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Today we preview the LA Rams Super Bowl 2019 chances. Do the Los Angeles Rams have what it takes to win Super Bowl 53? The Mybookie sportsbook currently has them favored at +325 betting odds. Up next, LA Rams Super Bowl betting.

For years the Rams bolstered one of the youngest rosters in the NFL and for years they dealt with mediocrity under head coach Jeff Fisher. The entire culture shifted when Sean McVay was hired. The 2017 Coach of the Year helped lead the Rams to a dominate 11-5 record and while it was a disappointing first-round exit to the Falcons, there’s plenty of promise with this team.

The Rams don’t have a single starting offensive skill player who’s above the age of 25. Jared Goff, Todd Gurley, Robert Woods and Cooper Kupp are all entering the prime of their professional careers. The defensive side of the ball is the same way. Linebacker Connor Barwin was the oldest starting defensive player at 31 years old, but the Rams made some huge trades. The Los Angeles Rams now have Aqib Talib and Marcus Peters on the wings, and don’t worry it does not stop there.

Los Angeles Rams Betting Update

LA Rams Super Bowl Betting

Los Angeles recently signed Ndamukong Suh to a one year deal. Imagine Donald and Suh on the same line, well it’s actually gonna happen now. Many teams are content with filling their rosters with veterans but that doesn’t always translate to success. The Rams have bet on their young talent and it’s paying off right before our eyes. Looking to bet on Super Bowl winner? The Rams just might be it.

This is the tip of the iceberg for the Rams. They’re set to run the NFC West for years to come. The Seahawks are declining, the Cardinals are in a rough situation and 49ers still have a way to go beyond Jimmy Garoppolo. They’ve gotten a taste of the playoffs much like the Jaguars and that’s a year of experience under their belts.

The Los Angeles Rams will be an exciting team to watch in 2018 and reaching the Super Bowl is more than a realistic goal for Sean McVay and company. Using age as a deterrent is just old news by this point.

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