The Carolina Panthers visit the LA Rams at 4:05 p.m. ET on Sunday, Oct. 16. Primary markets for the game show the Rams as spread favorites and on the moneyline. Panthers Rams odds feature a total set at .
In this article, we break down everything you need to know before placing a bet on the game, including team matchups, key metrics, weather and the best available NFL Week 6 odds. Click on the odds anywhere in this post to bet now.
Panthers At Rams Odds: Spread, Moneyline, Over/Under
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Betting the point spread is when you wager on how many points a team will win or lose by. A plus sign in front of the spread denotes the underdog, and a minus sign denotes the favorite.
In this case, the Rams would have to win by at least 11 points if you bet them to cover the point spread (-10.5). A spread bet on the Panthers would win if they win the game or lose by less than 11.
Betting the moneyline is simply betting on which particular team will win a game.
The betting total is the number of combined points the two teams will score. Bettors can choose to bet the over or under on how many total points will be scored in the game.
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Panthers At Rams Betting News & Angles
Use this rolling, updating list of news bites about each team to help your handicapping for Panthers – Rams odds.
Rams Vs. Panthers Injury Report
Los Angeles Injuries
|David Long Jr.||DB||Groin||Questionable|
|Stantley Thomas-Oliver III||CB||Achilles||Questionable|
|Laviska Shenault Jr.||WR||Hamstring||Questionable|
Rams Offense Vs. Panthers Defense
|Rams Offense||Stats (Rank)||Panthers Defense|
|16 (29)||Points/Gm||24.4 (20)|
|0.3 (15)||Points/Play||0.4 (16)|
|299.8 (26)||Yards/Gm||356.2 (20)|
|237.4 (18)||Pass Yards/Gm||218.4 (17)|
|62.4 (32)||Rush Yards/Gm||137.8 (27)|
|4.8 (30)||Yards/Play||5.3 (11)|
|6.1 (25)||Yards/Pass||6.4 (10)|
|3.2 (31)||Yards/Rush||4.3 (12)|
|41.3% (10)||3rd Down %||42.1% (21)|
|40% (28)||Red Zone %||50% (9)|
|12 (31)||Turnovers||5 (23)|
|21 (31)||Sacks||8 (25)|
Panthers Offense Vs. Rams Defense
|Panthers Offense||Stats (Rank)||Rams Defense|
|18.6 (24)||Points/Gm||23.2 (16)|
|0.3 (15)||Points/Play||0.4 (16)|
|271.4 (32)||Yards/Gm||321 (11)|
|181.6 (28)||Pass Yards/Gm||214.6 (13)|
|89.8 (27)||Rush Yards/Gm||106.4 (11)|
|4.9 (26)||Yards/Play||5.4 (13)|
|5.7 (29)||Yards/Pass||6.8 (17)|
|4.4 (15)||Yards/Rush||4.1 (7)|
|24.2% (32)||3rd Down %||43.1% (22)|
|41.7% (27)||Red Zone %||36.4% (4)|
|7 (18)||Turnovers||7 (13)|
|17 (27)||Sacks||10 (18)|
Rams At Panthers Betting Insights
Why The Panthers Can Cover The Spread
The number is huge and the Rams have one of the worst offensive lines in recent memory. Can they score enough to cover a number of this size? If the Panthers put Matt Stafford under pressure, he has shown he will make mistakes. He’s taking too many sacks and has had head-scratching turnovers in basically every game this year.
Why The Rams Can Cover The Spread
The Panthers are in complete disarray. They’re throwing out career backup QB PJ Walker, who probably only had a job because he played for former coach Matt Rhule in college. Oh yeah and about that. Interim coach Steve Wilks takes over a disaster of a situation. He has arguably the worst team in football and almost certainly the worst QB. He starts on the road against the Super Bowl champs, however wounded. Good luck.
Reasons To Bet The Over
The Panthers seem to be good for a pick-six per game, whether producing or taking away. So that certainly pumps up the scoring, and it doesn’t take much to get to the low 40s. The Rams offense can’t possible continue playing this poorly, and they should actually be able to create a few pockets at long last as they don’t have to face an elite pass rush.
Reasons To Bet The Under
If PJ Walker doesn’t hand the Rams free points with turnovers, then the Carolina punter is going to get quite a workout. The Rams’ offensive futility has been incredible to watch as well, considering the pedigree they established. While Carolina stinks against the run, success there would require the Rams line to actually open up some holes.
Panthers At Rams Matchups To Watch For
Rams Offensive Line Vs. Panthers Pass Rush
Matt Stafford has been buried weekly under a pile of bodies. It’s been quite amazing to watch a once very good offensive line look this incompetent. But, the retirement of Andrew Whitworth combined with some injuries has created a unit that’s a shell of itself. Luckily, the Panthers sit below the fold with PFF’s 21st-ranked pass rush. As long as the Rams can take care of Brian Burns, they should bounce back on offense.
Panthers DBs Vs. Cooper Kupp
The Panthers profile as a team that’s stronger against the pass than the run, given their high level of investment in talent in the secondary. The Rams offense tends to go as Kupp goes given his monster target share. Will the Panthers opt to shadow him with Jaycee Horn, excelling thus far in year two? Donte Jackson is a perfectly capable outside corner as well, but Myles Hartsfield represents a potential weak point in the slot, where Kupp lines up pretty frequently.
PJ Walker Vs. Rams Defense
Sure, he’s a backup, so expectations should always be muted. But PJ Walker has been astonishingly awful as a pro. He has 2 TDs and 8 INTs while taking sacks at a grisly 9.2% rate. And lest you think he gets some value with his legs, he has 13 rushing yards in his career. He’s going to need to give the Panthers something if they’re to stay in this game.
Can PJ Walker lead touchdown drives on an NFL field? Say what you want about the Rams offense so far — and they probably deserve whatever you said — but the defense has at least been competent. And the Panthers don’t figure to be able to take advantage of the Rams’ huge weak point, the pathetic offensive line. Matt Stafford should bounce back here, and the Rams may even get a yard or two on the ground. We’ll see if the Panthers have any fight in them or they’re ready to fold up shop with a backup QB and interim coach on the road.
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