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November 18, 2021

Cardinals vs Rams Odds, Spreads & Betting Lines – Sports Betting

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Cardinals-Rams Spread

From 2017 to 2020, the Los Angeles Rams had an eight-game winning streak against the Arizona Cardinals in four NFL seasons.

Bettors may consider the Rams to be the favorite to win against the Cardinals with this record alone. However, there may be other factors to look into that influence how bettors decide which team to bet on.

SportsBetting.com discusses the past performance of both teams and their betting trends to give you more information on how to place your bets on the Cardinals-Rams matchup.

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Cardinals vs. Rams Stats 2020 NFL Season

Week 13

The Cardinals and Rams had their first match in Week 13 of the 2020 NFL season. It was held at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona, on December 7, 2020.

The Cards scored the first point with a touchdown early in the game. However, the Rams overtook them with two touchdowns and ended the first half at 14-7 in favor of the Rams.

The Rams maintained pressure in the second half with a field goal in the third quarter and three more touchdowns in the fourth. Meanwhile, the Cards only managed to keep up with three additional touchdowns the rest of the game.

The Rams won the game 38-28 against the Cards.

Week 17

In the last week of the 2020 regular season, the Cards and Rams held their second match at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California.

Similar to the first game, the Cards scored first with a touchdown. The Rams did not make a goal until the second quarter when the team scored a field goal, a safety, and a touchdown.

The Rams continued to score one more touchdown in the third quarter and another in the fourth. However, the Cards were unable to score another point until the end of the game.

The Rams won again 18-7.

2020 NFL Season Matches

Arizona Cardinals

Week 1. San Francisco 49ers – 24-20 (W)

Week 2. Washington Football Team – 30-15 (W)

Week 3. Detroit Lions – 23-26 (L)

Week 4. Carolina Panthers – 21-31 (L)

Week 5. New York Jets – 30-10 (W)

Week 6. Dallas Cowboys – 38-10 (W)

Week 7. Seattle Seahawks – 37-34 (W)

Week 9. Miami Dolphins – 31-34 (L)

Week 10. Buffalo Bills – 32-30 (W)

Week 11. Seattle Seahawks – 21-28 (L)

Week 12. New England Patriots – 17-20 (L)

Week 13. Los Angeles Rams – 28-38 (L)

Week 14. New York Giants – 26-7 (W)

Week 15. Philadelphia Eagles – 33-26 (W)

Week 16. San Francisco 49ers – 12-20 (L)

Week 17. LA Rams – 7-18 (L)

Los Angeles Rams

Week 1. Dallas Cowboys – 20-17 (W)

Week 2. Philadelphia Eagles – 37-19 (W)

Week 3. Buffalo Bills – 32-35 (L)

Week 4. New York Giants – 17-9 (W)

Week 5. Washington Football Team – 30-10 (W)

Week 6. San Francisco 49ers – 16-24 (L)

Week 7. Chicago Bears – 24-10 (W)

Week 8. Miami Dolphins – 17-28 (L)

Week 10. Seattle Seahawks – 23-16 (W)

Week 11. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – 27-24 (W)

Week 12. San Francisco 49ers – 20-23 (L)

Week 13. Arizona Cardinals – 38-28 (W)

Week 14. New England Patriots – 24-3 (W)

Week 15. NY Jets – 20-23 (L)

Week 16. Seattle Seahawks – 9-20 (L)

Week 17. Arizona Cardinals – 18-7 (W)

Cardinals vs. Rams Betting Trends 2020 NFL Season

Week 13 Betting Odds

Moneyline: Rams (LAR) -148, Cardinals (ARI) +128

Point spread: Rams (LAR) -2.5, Cardinals (ARI) +2.5

Over/Under: 49

Winner: Rams (38-28)

Spread: Rams (+7.5 ATS)

O/U: 66 (Over +17)

Week 17 Betting Odds

Moneyline: Rams (LAR) -200, Cardinals (ARI) +178

Point spread: Rams (LAR) -1, Cardinals (ARI) +1

Over/Under: 42

Winner: Rams (18-7)

Spread: Rams (+10 ATS)

O/U: 25 (Under -17)

Cardinals vs. Rams All-Time Series

From October 1937 to January 2021, the Cards and Rams had 85 matchups. This record includes one postseason game in 1975 where the Rams won against the Cards.

Both teams also tied twice, in 1949 and 1953. Overall, the Rams led the series with 45-38-2 against the Cards.

2020 NFC West Standings

During the 2020 NFL season, the Rams placed second in the NFC West division rankings. Their division record was 10 wins and six losses.

The Rams’ performance qualified them to play in the NFC Wild Card game against the Seattle Seahawks in that season. 

The Rams won 30-20 and proceeded to play in the divisional playoff game against the Green Bay Packers.

The Packers won 32-18, rendering the Rams unable to qualify for the conference championship, which would have been one step away from playing in the national championship game.

On the other hand, the Cards had eight wins and eight losses during the 2020 season and landed third place in the NFC West division rankings. This performance made the team unable to qualify for a playoff spot and get a shot at the Super Bowl.

2020 NFL Season Notable Players

Arizona Cardinals

  • Kyler Murray
  • DeAndre Hopkins
  • Chase Edmonds
  • Larry Fitzgerald
  • Kenyan Drake
  • Christian Kirk

Los Angeles Rams

  • Jared Goff
  • Cam Akers
  • Cooper Kupp
  • John Wolford
  • Aaron Donald
  • Darrell Henderson

How to Bet on the Cardinals vs. Rams Odds

Moneyline: The moneyline is a simple form of bet where you place a stake on the team you think will straight-up win a match. Odds with a minus (-) sign denote the favorites, while those with a plus (+) sign are the underdogs.

Take the following betting lines, for example:

Houston Texans -200

Jacksonville Jaguars +170

At -200 odds, the Texans are the favorites while the Jaguars at +170 are the underdogs. If you bet on the Texans, a $200 stake will earn you $100 if the Texans win. If you choose the Jaguars and the Jags win, your estimated return will be $270 ($170 + original stake) on a $100 bet.

Point spread: This bet does not determine which team wins the match but by how many points a contender needs to score against the other.

Below is an example of point spread odds:

Las Vegas Raiders -3.5

Atlanta Falcons +3.5

The Raiders appear to be the point favorites in the match at -3.5 odds. If you bet on the Raiders, the team has to win by four points or more over the Falcons for you to win the bet.

On the other hand, if you choose the Falcons, the team has to either win straight-up against the Raiders or lose the match by three points or fewer for your bet to win.

Over/Under: An O/U bet predicts whether the total score of both teams in a match will go over or under a predicted score set by sportsbooks.

Suppose in a Titans-Falcons match, the O/U is set at 37.5. If you place an “over” bet, the combined score of both teams must exceed 37 points for you to win. If you choose “under,” the combined score must only be 37 points or fewer to win the bet.

Futures: In sports betting, futures are odds placed on events that will occur weeks or months in the future.

In the NFL, futures usually pertain to postseason events such as division playoffs, conference championships, or the Super Bowl. Odds are often written in the same way as moneyline odds.

Prop bets: These bets are placed on sporting milestones that may or may not be connected to a game’s final outcome.

Some examples of prop bets are:

  • Will the Rams head coach Sean McVay wear a suit in a playoff game?
  • Will the Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers attempt five or more interceptions next season?
  • Will Cardinals running back Chase Edmonds exceed 500 rushing yards in the next season?
  • During what NFL week will the Rams reach seven wins in the next regular season?

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