Los Angeles Rams still favored for the NFL playoffs

The Los Angeles Rams are 2-3 to start the season. Will they still make the NFL playoffs this winter? bet365 still favor them.

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The Los Angeles rams are still favored to make the 2023 NFL playoffs. According to bet365 sportsbook, which has updated its futures markets following Week 5, the 2-3 Rams are 20/27 to make the playoffs.

The Rams lost at home on Sunday to the Dallas Cowboys. In a low-scoring game, Cooper Rush continued to play well enough to win. His side defeated the Rams 22-10 to improve to 4-1 on the season. Dallas’ winning streak is one of the surprises of the NFL season as it started when Dak Prescott suffered an injury in Week 1.

Los Angeles Rams favor passing too much?

The Rams have a limited rushing attack this season. Cam Akers is their leader but he has just 151 yards on the entire season. There are some players who have had better individual games this NFL season.

Their receiver of choice remains Cooper Kupp. He has 527 receiving yards so far this season. He and Tyler Higbee get the large majority of targets for Matthew Stafford’s receiving routes.

There is a question with the Rams if they are having a Super Bowl hangover. The phrase describes a team that wins the Super Bowl but doesn’t seem to be as motivated the next season. LA are missing key players that helped them win the title last season. Namely, Von Miller is with the Buffalo Bills and Odell Beckham Jr. is injured.

What’s next for the LA Rams?

The 2-3 Rams are currently 18 to 1 to win the Super Bowl with bet365 sportsbook. As food for thought, the 4-1 Dallas Cowboys are 20 to 1. That would imply that the oddsmakers with that firm still have more bets on Los Angeles winning the Super Bowl than the team that just beat them.

LA’s next game is October 16th against the Carolina Panthers. This is a prime opportunity to go 3-3 as the Panthers are reeling after the firing of Matt Rhule, their head coach.

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