Bet the Under (-110) and Seahawks -4.5 (-110) Vs LA Rams

  • The Seattle Seahawks are 4.5-point favorites against the Los Angeles Rams.
  • Los Angeles is without top receiver Cooper Kupp, who won't play with a hamstring injury.
  • Seattle has -225 odds to win a fifth straight season-opening game.

SEATTLE – Sportsbooks have the Seattle Seahawks favored by 4.5 points against the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday. Los Angeles will play without Cooper Kupp. This will greatly hurt their chances of getting a Week 1 victory on the road.

The total at USA online sportsbooks is set at 46.0 points, a number that went under in four of the last five Seattle Seahawks games.

Seattle Seahawks vs Los Angeles Rams Betting Lines

Team Spread Moneyline Total
Seattle Seahawks -4.5 (-110) -225 O46.0 (-110)
Los Angeles Rams +4.5 (-110) +185 U46.0 (-110)

For the Rams, a 46.0-point total went under in eight of their first nine games in 2022. Seattle gave up seven less touchdowns at home than on the road, making the under at NFL online the best play on the total.

Despite their 0-2 record against Seattle in 2022, the Rams covered a 4.5-point spread in both games. There are -110 odds at California sportsbooks for the Rams to cover again in Week 1.

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Betting Impact of Cooper Kupp’s Absence

Cooper Kupp is undeniably Matthew Stafford’s favorite target. He's commanded 98 targets and 75 receptions in the nine games he played before missing the rest of 2022 with an injury. Stafford targeted Kupp 32% of the time in the 25 regular season games they’ve played together.

Stafford’s top options are now Van Jefferson, Tutu Atwell, Puka Nacua and Ben Skowronek, So, Washington online sportsbooks are confident in a Seahawks victory with -225 odds. Meanwhile, Seattle bolsters their receiver room with the addition of Jaxon Smith-Njigba.

According to Seattle’s injury report, Smith-Njigba was a full participant in practice. He “is expected to be ready” for Week 1 against the Rams.