Los Angeles Rams 2019 NFL Season Win/Loss Total Odds & Prediction

Posted by Derrick Harper on May 21, 2019 in

2018 was a stellar season for the Los Angeles Rams. A 13 win season, the #2 seed in the NFC playoffs, and an appearance in the Super Bowl capped off a tremendous season. Their 13 regular season wins tied them with the Saints for the league’s best record.

Now on to 2019. The oddsmakers think that the Rams will be one of the league’s top teams, and have them projected to win 10.5 games this season. The Rams, Chiefs, and Saints are all projected to win 10.5, only trailing the New England Patriots who are projected to win 11 games.

Coming off of a 13 win season, the Rams were poised to be one of the top teams prior to the draft and free agency, but with some great additions, they look to have built themselves into an even better team.

Let’s start with the free agency signings. The Rams made 3 key free agents signings. The biggest being the signing of Pro Bowl Safety Eric Weddle. On top of that, the Rams also signed pass-rushing specialist Clay Matthews. As an insurance policy for Jared Goff, the Rams signed Blake Bortles to be Goff’s backup. With the re-signing of defensive end Dante Fowler, the Rams made improvements to an already contending team.

In the draft, the Rams were looking for depth. With Ndamukong Suh not being re-signed, the Rams were looking for a nose tackle. They may have found Suh’s replacement in Greg Gaines from Washington. The Rams are also high on Darrell Henderson, a running back from Memphis. With Todd Gurley’s health in question, Henderson could step in and take some of the load off of Gurley.

Now, let’s take a look at the Rams 2019 Schedule and Win/Loss Odds.

Los Angeles Rams 2019 NFL Season Win/Loss Total Odds & Prediction

Week 1: @ Carolina

Playing at Carolina is always a challenge. With Cam Newton coming off of surgery, the Panthers offense being reliant on Christian McCaffery, and a questionable defense, this should be a victory for the Rams.

Week 2: vs. New Orleans

An early season showdown of two of the top teams in the NFC. The Saints will be looking for revenge from the NFC title game. This game could be one of the Rams few slip-ups. New Orleans wins this tight one.

Week 3: @ Cleveland (Thursday Night Football)

Everyone’s new darling, the Cleveland Browns, will host the Rams for a prime time contest. This could be a tough scenario for the Rams. I just don’t see the Cleveland defense being able to stop a Rams team coming off of a tough loss. The Rams win a close one.

Week 4: vs. Tampa Bay

Tampa Bay is rebuilding. This should be an easy one for the Rams.

Week 5: @ Seattle (Thursday Night Football)

It’s a prime time game in Seattle. The 12th Man will be ready. However, gone are the days of the Legion of Boom. Russell Wilson will fight hard, but it won’t be enough.

Week 6: vs. San Francisco

San Francisco will be improved with the return of Jimmy Garropolo, but it won’t be enough to stop the Rams.

Week 7: @ Atlanta

The Rams have a hard time winning in Atlanta. They’ll be motivated to prove that they can overcome their struggles. Rams win in a close one.

Week 8: vs. Cincinnati

The Bengals won’t have enough firepower. This game will be in London, so both teams may not have their “A” game, but the Rams should take the victory back to the U.S.

Week 9: Bye

Week 10: @ Pittsburgh

It’s always tough to play in Pittsburgh, but without LeVeon Bell and Antonio Brown, the Steelers don’t have the arsenal to hang with the Rams.

Week 11: vs. Chicago

This will be a tough one for the Rams. The Chicago defense will be a tough matchup for the Rams. In a close, low-scoring game, the Bears win.

Week 12: vs. Baltimore

Two tough defenses in a row, two losses in a row. Baltimore hands the Rams a two-game losing streak.

Week 13: @ Arizona

The Cardinals are in re-build mode. With the Rams coming off of a 2 game slide, look for a lopsided victory.

Week 14: vs. Seattle (Sunday Night Football)

The Rams will take it to the Seahawks on Sunday Night Football.

Week 15: @ Dallas

If you stop Zeke Elliott, you stop the Cowboys. The Rams will do just that.

Week 16: @ San Francisco

The 49ers will have improved, but not enough to stop the Rams.

Week 17: vs. Arizona

The Cardinals will be losing games to get the top pick. Even if the Rams rest some regulars, they still win.

When it’s all said and done, the Rams will once again finish 13-3 and will be vying for the top spot in the NFC playoffs. Take the over!