Rams put undefeated record on the line against upstart Browns
Los Angeles Rams
O 49 (EVEN)
U 49 (-120)
The Rams offense has been clickingJared Goff, a dark-horse preseason pick for MVP, has completed 62.7% of his passes for seven yards per attempt and two touchdowns this season. Wide receiver Cooper Kupp has shown no ill effects after an ACL tear last season and has accounted for a team-high 12 receptions and 166 yards through two weeks of play.
Most accurate quarterbacks (depth-adjusted) in the NFL in Week 2: 1. Dak Prescott 96.7% 2. Jared Goff 80.6% 3. Luke Falk 77.7% 4. Aaron Rodgers 77.5% 5. Joe Flacco 69.9% 6. Tom Brady 69.1% 7. Josh Allen 68.2% 8. Russell Wilson 66.1%— Cian (@Cianaf) September 17, 2019
Mayfield will have his hands full with DonaldCleveland’s 21st-ranked offensive line (per Pro Football Focus) will be hard-pressed to handle Aaron Donald, the Rams standout pass rusher. He could easily bait Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield into costly mistakes, as L.A. was third in interceptions forced a year ago. Mayfield has already thrown four balls to the wrong team in 2019 and has been sacked eight times. Bettors shouldn’t count on Nick Chubb to bail out the Browns on the ground, as Cleveland is a disappointing 22nd in rushing yards per game this season (86).
The trends are on the Rams side too, as L.A. has covered in six of its last seven games and four of its last five on the road. The Browns are 9-21 against the spread in their last 30 home games.