Bengals vs Rams: The Los Angeles Rams are attempting to win the Super Bowl for the first time in almost two decades. A coach will lead the Rams to back-to-back titles for the first time in franchise history. Dick Vermeil led the Rams to win over the Tennessee Titans in Super Bowl XXXIV, while Mike Martz coached the New England Patriots to defeat in Super Bowl XXXVI. With the Rams (15-5) under his command, Sean McVay is 1-3 in Super Bowls and 6-3 in the playoffs.
The game will take place on Sunday, Feb. 13 at 6:30 p.m. at Inglewood’s SoFi Stadium. ET. The over/under for total points scored is set at 48.5 with 4.5-point Rams vs. Bengals odds. Pay attention to Bengals analyst R.J. White before making any Rams versus. Bengals predictions or wagers on the outcome of this year’s Super Bowl.
White’s NFL picks in 2020 were all 80-59, and he made roughly $1,400. White has twice won the Las Vegas SuperContest, the world’s most renowned football handicapping competition.
On the other hand White’s Bengals picks have gone 40-28-2 ATS in the previous 70. Following him is an excellent strategy.
Here are the odds and trends for the Bengals vs Rams:
Bengals vs. Rams spread: Los Angeles -4.5
Bengals vs. Rams over-under: 48.5 points
Bengals vs. Rams money line: Los Angeles -200, Cincinnati +170
LAR: Under is 27-10-1 in the Rams’ last 38 games as favorites
CIN: Bengals are 7-0 against the spread in their last seven games
Making the picks
White feels that one side of the spread is a must-back in Super Bowl LVI due to an important X-factor. He’s only learning the fundamentals of SportsLine, such as what it is and how to support it.
On February 13, both quarterbacks, Matthew Stafford of the Rams and Joe Burrow of the Bengals, will play in their first Super Bowl. Stafford had to wait a little longer than he had anticipated.
He’s in his 13th NFL season, but this will be his first with the Rams, where he’ll start at quarterback. In his twelve years with the Lions, he failed to win a single playoff game. Burrow has only participated in 29 NFL games as a starter (including playoffs).
Both quarterbacks have made big contributions to their teams’ advancement to Super Bowl LVI.
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If quarterback Matthew Stafford plays well and makes no turnovers, the Rams will win Super Bowl 56.
To this point in the playoffs, the veteran quarterback has performed admirably when his team needed him the most. In the divisional round, his 40-yard bomb to Cooper Kupp set up the game-winning field goal.
He rallied the Rams from a 10-point deficit in the fourth quarter of the NFC Championship game to stop a six-game losing streak against that club as an example of a player who is willing to carry the team on his shoulders and lead them to victory.
He’s averaged 9.1 yards per attempt and six touchdowns while completing 72 percent of his passes. It has aided in the search for playmakers other than the world-renowned Kupp.
However, this team has accomplished far more than just their quarterback’s accomplishments.
Kupp has 25 receptions for 386 yards and four touchdowns this season. Odell Beckham Jr., the opponent, had his best game in three games. Kendall Blanton has five catches for 57 yards in San Francisco.
On defense, Nick Scott and Travin Howard maintained a “next-man-up” mentality. Eric Weddle, a retired linebacker, stepped out of retirement to help stop the run and force Jimmy Garoppolo to beat them.
No way, the dreadful quarterback.
On February 13, the Rams will be awarded the Lombardi Trophy if they can either slow down the pass rush or capitalize on the chance it offers.
They’re almost certainly going to do it.
Prediction: Rams 27, Bengals 23