Los Angeles Rams, San Francisco 49ers Season Prop To Cash

  • The San Francisco 49ers have an O/U of 10.5 wins in 2021.
  • The Los Angeles Rams are at the same level, with a 10.5 O.U.
  • A prop is available on both of them getting more than 10 wins, but is it good value?

LOS ANGELES - The San Francisco 49ers are expected to rebound after an injury-ridden 2020 NFL season. However, they’ll have stiff competition in the NFC West, as the Los Angeles Rams added QB Matthew Stafford over the offseason.

QB was a big weakness for the Rams, who managed to reach a Super Bowl with Jared Goff under center regardless.

The two teams are expected to dominate the NFC West, but the real question is how good they’re going to be considering they’re in direct competition with each other.

49ers, Rams To Win 10+ Regular Season Games

  • Yes +110

The 49ers and Rams are both reasonably solid teams, and 10 wins are well within the realm of possibility, especially considering the 17th game added to the NFL season. 10 wins doesn’t mean what it used to in the NFL, and sports betting fans need to get used to this new reality.

Los Angeles Rams 2021/22 Total Wins Odds

  • Over 10.5 -110
  • Under 10.5 -130

San Francisco 49ers 2021/22 Total Wins Odds

  • Over 10.5 -105
  • Under 10.5 -125

Team With Best Regular Season Record Odds

  • Kansas City Chiefs +400
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers +550
  • Baltimore Ravens +1000
  • Buffalo Bills +1000
  • San Francisco 49ers +1200
  • Cleveland Browns +1400
  • Los Angeles Rams +1400

Both the 49ers and the Rams have decent but not amazing odds to be the team with the best regular-season record. It’s worth noting that the 49ers seem to edge out the Rams in terms of this prop, but are close to identical to them on the O/U line for wins.

So, what does this mean for anyone who wanted to take the 49ers and the Rams to both with 10+ games?

Well, it’s honestly a pretty low value prop. By adding the Rams into the wager with the 49ers, one moves the odds from -105 to +110, which is not a huge jump. It’s better than just taking both teams on their individual O/U lines, but not as much of a jump as one might expect from adding what is effectively another coinflip to your wager.

As with all aspects of online gambling - let the bettor beware!

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