|Seahawks vs. Rams Point Spread Odds & NFL Week 4 Preview|
|Written by Anthony Rome|
|Sunday, 03 October 2010 09:00|
Seahawks vs. Rams Point Spread
The St. Louis Rams look to make it two in a row this weekend when they host the first-place Seattle Seahawks at 1:00PM ET. Let’s take a look at the point spreads for Sunday’s game.
The Seahawks have been one of the surprises of the new season, as Pete Carroll’s team has won two of their first three games. They are 0-1 on the road, however, so this will be a big test for them, even though it’s the lowly Rams.
Of course, those lowly Rams are coming off an impressive win over the Redskins last week – they’re first at home in over three years. Rookie Sam Bradford has played well despite turning the ball over a lot in his first three games and he has St. Louis believing. A win over the Seahawks on Sunday would build even more confidence in this young team.
Oddsmakers from online sports book Sportsbook.com have made the Seahawks a 1-point road favorite over the Rams in Week 4, while the over/under total is currently sitting at 40. Below is a preview for Sunday’s game.
Line Movement & Updated Odds:
This line has been all over the board. The Rams opened as a 1-point underdog and then went up to +1.5 before it falling all the way to a pick’em. Now St. Louis is back to being a 1-point underdog, while the over/under has risen from 38.5 (open) to 40.
Seahawks (2-1) vs. Rams (1-2)
Kickoff: 1:00PM ET
Location: St. Louis, MO
Venue: Edward Jones Dome
Opening Odds: Rams +1
Current Odds: Rams +1
(View up-to-the-minute odds on our official NFL Odds Page)
Over/Under Open: 40
Over/Under Current: 40
Projected Weather by Game Time: Dome
The Seahawks are 6-0 against the spread in their last six meetings and 4-1 ATS in their last five meetings with the Rams in St. Louis. The favorite is also 6-0 against the number in their last six meetings, while the over is 3-1-1 in their last five meetings in St. Louis.
Tackle Russell Okung (ankle) was able to practice this week, as was linebacker Aaron Curry (hamstring) for the Seahawks. Chris Clemons (ankle), Marcus Trufant (ankle) and Sean Locklear (knee) weren’t able to practice and their status for Sunday is unknown. For the Rams, receiver Laurent Robinson (foot) is doubtful, while running back Steven Jackson (groin) and O.J. Atogwe (thigh) are both questionable.
As of this morning, 63% of the 20,935 wagers that have been placed on this game favor the Seahawks -1.5.