Welcome to our 2021 LA Rams Superbowl betting preview. The Los Angeles Rams followed up their Super Bowl run in 2018 with a 9-7 finish last season, which was the third best record in the NFC West, which wasn’t good enough to make the playoffs in a stacked NFC. They are hoping to have a better season this year, but they will have their work cut out for them.
The Rams lost quite a few players in the offseason. Wide receiver Brandin Cooks was traded to Houston, running back Todd Gurley was released and signed with the Atlanta Falcons, defensive end Dante Fowler Jr. also signed with the Falcons, while safety Eric Weddle retired after the season.
They tried to replace the players they lost through the draft, selecting former Florida State running back Cam Akers and former Florida wide receiver Van Jefferson in the second round.
LA Rams Superbowl Betting Odds & Picks
With Akers and Jefferson on the team, their offense should still be one of the top 10 in the league, but their defense is another story, which is why oddsmakers gave them +6000 odds to win the Super Bowl, the fourth best odds in their division.
They added some depth to their defense with the signing of A’Shawn Robinson and Leonard Floyd. They also selected former Alabama pass rusher Terrell Lewis and former Utah safety Terrell Burgess in the draft.
Los Angeles Rams Super Bowl Betting:
The Ram lost some key players from last season, but will remain competitive with head coach Sean McVay calling the shots. However, like the Arizona Cardinals, they won’t be able to get past the San Francisco 49ers and Seattle Seahawks, so expect a third or fourth place finish in the division this season, which won’t be good enough to make the playoffs once again.