NFL Sunday Week 3 brings us some nice NFL betting opportunities & prop to wager on so let’s get after it. The NFL board provides us with a 14- pack of game on Sunday and let us take a look at this key macth up in the NFC as the Los Angeles Rams host the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
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America’s Bookie: Line: LA RAMS (-1.0) O/U (55.0)
Both teams looking to improve to 3-0 on the season.If we look at the line it seems low but this number is already factoring in the Rams’ home-field advantage. This line will likely change as the game nears, so you could place your wager later in the week if you feel that the odds will be better then.
The moneyline for this one is essentially a pick’em, as the oddsmakers have the LA Rams sitting at -100 odds, identical to that of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at -110. To bet the moneyline, you are picking a team to win straight up. If you believe the Rams will win, you must bet $110 to win $100. If you believe the Bucs win this one, you need to bet just $110 to win a purse of $100.
We know the Bucs can score at will but their defense isn’t something to write home about allowing an average of 27 ppg in the first 2.
If you’r looking for a side play in tis one we have to lean to the home side here. LA Rams are getting a ton of yards through the air on offense and as stated the bucs haven’t been able to contain anyone this early in the season.
LA Rams (-1.0) (-105)
Matthew Stafford: Over/Under 308.5 Passing Yards (OVER)
We like the OVER in this one.This is a pretty good offense and Matthew Stafford has way more weapons here than the suporting cast he had back in Detroit.
Tom Brady: Longest Completion Over/Under 39.5 Yards (Under -115).
This week Brady faces a Rams defense that was touted and ranked No. 1 heading into 2021 season.In 2020 no defense in the NFL was better than the Los Angeles Rams.The Rams defense finished first against the pass, first in total yards allowed and gave up the fewest points in the league, putting together an absolutely dominant performance on that side of the ball.
We don’t see this defense getting beat by the long ball so take the “UNDER”.
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