Los Angeles Rams Odds

The future of California sports betting became more uncertain Nov. 8, when voters convincingly rejected both Prop 26 and Prop 27 in the 2022 election.

That means sports fans will have to wait until 2024 to vote again, and that means sports betting won’t launch in California until 2025 at the earliest. At that point, finally, you could take full advantage of Los Angeles Rams odds and back the current champions in making another championship run. 

The LA Rams toppled the Cincinnati Bengals in Super Bowl 57 at SoFi Stadium in front of 70,000 people, and probably many of them will be placing bets on the Rams and other NFL fixtures in either retail sportsbooks or online sportsbooks. 

In the article below, you can find all the information about betting on the NFL, the best odds for the Rams, and more. 

Rams Odds at the Best Sportsbooks

Online SportsbookLos Angeles Rams Super Bowl Odds
DraftKings Sportsbook California+4000
FanDuel Sportsbook California+3400
BetMGM Sportsbook California+4000

Odds updated Nov. 2, 2022.

Where Can You Bet on the Los Angeles Rams? 

Because both Prop 26 and Prop 27 failed, you can’t bet using real money at any casino or using any sportsbook app — such as DraftKings California — in California.

Instead, residents have to travel to neighboring states where sports betting is legal: Oregon, Nevada, and Arizona.

However, Californians can currently bet on sports using Fliff Social Sportsbook, a free-to-play sports pick app where players can redeem fake game currency for real cash prizes.

Los Angeles Rams Schedule 2022

Here’s the full 2022 schedule for the Los Angeles Rams: 

  • vs. Buffalo Bills, Thursday, September 8, 5:20  PDT
  • vs. Atlanta Falcons, Sunday, September 18, 1:05 p.m PDT
  • at Arizona Cardinals, Sunday, September 25, 4:25 p.m ET 
  • at San Francisco 49ers, Monday, October 3, 5:15 p.m PDT
  • vs. Dallas Cowboys, Sunday, October 9, 1:25 p.m PDT
  • vs. Carolina Panthers, Sunday, October 16, 1:05 p.m PDT
  • vs. San Francisco 49ers, October 30, 1:25 p.m PDT
  • at Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Sunday, November 6, 1:25 p.m PST
  • vs. Arizona Cardinals, Sunday, November 13, 1:25 p.m PST
  • at New Orleans Saints, Sunday, November 20, 10:00 a.m PST
  • at Kansas City Chiefs, Sunday, November 27, 1:25 p.m PST
  • vs. Seattle Seahawks, Sunday, December 4, 1:05 p.m PST
  • vs. Las Vegas Raiders, Thursday, December 8, 5:15 p.m PST
  • at Green Bay Packers, Monday, December 19, 5:15 p.m PST
  • vs. Denver Broncos, Sunday, December 25, 1:30 p.m PST
  • at Los Angeles Chargers, January 1,  5:15 p.m PST
  • at Seattle Seahawks TBD

Los Angeles Rams Betting News and Updates

How Los Angeles Rams Betting Odds Are Calculated

Ever wondered how sportsbooks calculate Los Angeles Rams Super Bowl odds or any other odds for that matter? Let’s get to the bottom of it. 

First, odds are a term used by bookies to represent the likelihood of an event taking place. The odds give you a general idea of how much money you can win for the money you invested. 

Sports betting odds are displayed in numbers with plus (+) and minus (-) signs. The plus sign indicates an event less likely to happen, and the number attached to it also reflects that. The higher the number, the less likely it is that the event will take place. Also, positive odds reflect how much money you would win on a $100 wager.  

On the other hand, the minus sign indicates a more likely outcome, and the number attached to it shows you how much you need to bet to win $100 in profit.

Let’s illustrate it with an example. The Los Angeles Rams odds against the San Francisco 49ers are set at +105, which indicates the LA team are the underdogs in this one and that you could win $105 for a $100 bet. 

The odds are created by oddsmakers. These professionals work for sportsbooks and casinos and use swaths of statistics, head-to-head and historical data, trends, past outcomes, and several other fundamental factors such as the weather, injuries, and more to set the lines and odds. 

Los Angeles Rams Moneyline Odds

Moneyline wagers are the simplest forms of betting, allowing you to choose the outright winner of a matchup. Negative odds refer to the favorite, while positive odds refer to the underdog. 

  • Los Angeles Rams +105
  • San Francisco 49ers -125

Los Angeles Rams Point Spread

The point spread — or betting against the spread line — is the most famous form of betting on the NFL. On a Monday Night Football match between the Rams and the 49ers, the spread can be set at: 

  • Rams (+1.5) vs 49ers (-1.5)

These betting lines handicap the match, turning it into a 50/50 affair and making it more difficult for the bettors. If you want to back the Rams, even though they are the underdogs in this matchup, they must win it altogether or lose by only a single point. With point spreads, the sportsbooks even out the odds at -110. 

Los Angeles Rams Futures Odds

Futures odds are based on future events and represented as moneyline odds on the likelihood of an event occurring. In this case, the example of futures odds will be the Los Angeles Rams odds to win the Super Bowl and the Rams draft odds.  

Here are some of the current futures odds for the Rams: 

Rams Super Bowl odds+4000
To win the AFC+1500
To win the NFC West +500
Rams Over/Under 8.5 winsOver (+105) / Under (-125)

Odds from DraftKings on Nov. 2, 2022.

Be advised that these odds change as the season progresses, depending on the bookmaker. 

Los Angeles Rams Prop Bets

Some of the best odds for the Los Angeles Rams are found under the prop bets category in sportsbooks. Prop or proposition bets are wagers that aren’t directly connected to the outcome of a match but are instead focused on the performance of a player or a team as a whole. 

NFL matches are filled with hundreds of prop bets. The most common player props include any touchdown scorer, passing, and receiving props (such as passing yards and longest reception). The team props include the total points for a team at halftime and many others. 

The potential of prop bets is virtually unlimited and always a source of controversy. Take the coin toss prop bet as an example. From 2014 onwards, every team that has won the coin toss ended up losing the Super Bowl game. Last year, the Rams called tails, and it came up heads. The odds were -105, so if you backed the Rams to win the toss, you lost your bet, but your team won the Super Bowl LVI. 

How to Bet on the Los Angeles Rams in California

Since sports betting is still not legal, we are far from the official launch date and the betting rules that might apply. However, guided by examples of states with legalized sports betting, we can predict what the entire process of placing a bet on the Rams in California will look like. 

  1. Visit the sportsbook’s official site or download the app. In the case of retail sportsbooks, head to the sports betting lounge at one of the tribal casinos. 
  2. Register an account with an online sportsbook by providing information such as full name, date of birth, address, last four digits of your social security number, and others. For retail sports betting, present your ID card. 
  3. After completing the account registration procedure, top up your account. 
  4. Claim the California sports betting bonuses offered by the bookies. 
  5. In the betting menu, choose NFL and navigate to the upcoming Los Angeles Rams game.
  6. Choose your bet, and it will appear on your betslip.
  7. Select the amount you wish to stake and place the bet. 

Live Betting on the Los Angeles Rams in California

If sports betting is legalized in California, in-play or live betting on all Rams games will be available. Some of the best Los Angeles Rams odds in California will involve games in progress since they change rapidly to reflect the action on the gridiron. 

How to Bet on the NFL in California

When sports betting becomes available in California, you’ll enjoy a full spectrum of NFL bets on all games in the season, including win totals, winners of divisions, who will take the MVP title, and many more. 

Regular season odds and Los Angeles Rams playoff odds will be available as the season progresses. Of course, the latter will only be available if the Rams reach the playoffs and judging by the odds, they most likely will. 

Los Angeles Rams Stadium 

SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California, is home to the Los Angeles Rams and their city rivals, the Los Angeles Chargers. It’s an indoor sports and entertainment arena with 70,000 seats built in Sept. 2020. It’s one of the two stadiums shared by two NFL teams. Last season, it was the battleground for Super Bowl LVI, which saw the local team take the Vince Lombardi Trophy. 

Name: SoFi Stadium

Address: 1001 Stadium Dr, Inglewood, CA 90301

Capacity: 70,000 

Opened: 2020

Main tenants: Los Angeles Rams and Los Angeles Chargers

Los Angeles Rams Odds FAQs

How popular is betting on the Los Angeles Rams?

Very. Sportsbooks operating in states with regulated sports betting offer odds for all Rams games. If sports betting ever goes live in California, the sportsbooks operating there will follow suit. 

Do the Los Angeles Rams partner with any sportsbooks?

No. Since sports betting is not legal yet in California, the Rams have not signed any partnership deals with sports betting companies. 

Is DraftKings legal in California?

Not yet. However, DraftKings was one of the biggest supporters and backers of Prop 27, and it would surely be among the first companies to secure a sports betting license if California ever legalizes sports betting.

Is FanDuel legal in California?

No, it isn’t. Still, FanDuel was also one of the backers of Prop 27, and it would quickly launch in California in 2025 if sports betting is legalized in the 2024 election. 

Where can I bet on the NFL in California?

Currently, nowhere. There’s no legal NFL betting in California at the moment. 

Does DraftKings offer odds on the Los Angeles Rams?

Absolutely. DraftKings is one of the sportsbooks with the best odds on the Rams, as seen in states with legal sports betting. We can verify this by looking at the Los Angeles Rams vs. San Francisco 49ers odds for Week 4.

About the Author

Joshua Buckley

Sports Content Manager
Joshua Buckley is Sports Content Manager for CaliforniaCasinos.com. Along with award-winning experience as a sports editor in Alabama and Texas, he has also spent time in public relations for the tourism and blood banking industries. Joshua is co-host of "Whole Lotta Wolves," the only U.S.-based Wolverhampton Wanderers FC podcast.