- The Green Bay Packers have (-120) odds on the moneyline against the Los Angeles Rams in Week 12.
- The Rams come back with an (EVEN) betting line as the underdogs.
- The total is set at 48.5 points with (-110) odds on both sides.
GREEN BAY, Wis. – The Green Bay Packers will host the Los Angeles Rams in Week 12 as sportsbooks are giving Green Bay the slightest of advantages in the meeting.
Green Bay As A Home Favorite In November
The Green Bay Packers have seen much success in the month of November as a home favorite with Aaron Rodgers as the quarterback. Legal online sportsbooks are expecting that success to continue, but not in an easy fashion in Week 12 against the Los Angeles Rams.
Rams vs Packers Spread Odds
- Los Angeles Rams +1 -110
- Green Bay Packers -1 -110
In November as a home favorite, the Packers have a 20-9-1 record SU in their last 30 games. Plus, they’ve won each of their last three and five of their last six as well.
The Rams, on the other hand, haven’t fared too well. The Rams are just 1-7 SU in their last eight games a road underdog in November.
Given the close nature of the spread, those betting on the NFL may be more interested in taking a side on the moneyline as there’s less risk for just a minimal loss in value.
Rams vs Packers Moneyline Odds
- Los Angeles Rams EVEN
- Green Bay Packers -120
Rodgers has also had a lot of success against Los Angeles in his career, posting a 4-1 record against the franchise while throwing for 290.8 yards per game against them.
Betting The OVER 48.5 Points
When the Rams are road underdogs, the OVER just seems to hit, as it has done so in seven of the last eight occasions in which Los Angeles was a road dog.
Rams vs Packers Total Odds
- OVER 48.5 -110
- UNDER 48.5 -110
The Rams have gone OVER this total in five of their 10 games while the Packers have done so in just three of their 11 games, but did so last week.
Historically, these teams compete against one another in high-scoring games with seven of their last 11 meetings having 50 or more points.
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