Rams vs Bears NFL
Prop Bet Picks & Score Prediction
When: Sunday, 8:20 PM ET
Where: Soldier Field, Chicago
Live Stream: NFL League Pass
NFL Week 14 Betting Lines: Los Angeles Rams -3 (Total 52.5)
Cloud Cover: 7%
Wind: 6 mph NW
Stadium Type: Open
Rams vs Bears NFL Week 14 Betting Trends
- Rams are 4-10 ATS in their last 14 games in Week 14
- Rams are 2-5 ATS in their last 7 vs. NFC
- Bears are 5-1 ATS in their last 6 games overall
- Bears are 4-1 ATS in their last 5 vs. NFC
- LA is 8-1 SU in its last 9 games on the road
- The total has gone UNDER in 4 of LA Rams’ last 6 games on the road
- Chicago is 5-1 SU in its last 6 games
- The total has gone OVER in 4 of Chicago’s last 5 games
Los Angeles Rams Betting Preview
Jarred Goff has thrown for two or fewer touchdowns in seven of his 12 games this season, so he can struggle against some of the better defenses. Where do I like Goff tonight? Passing yards bets, he has covered the over 8 of 12 games this season.
At running back, the Bears actually haven’t faced many elite running backs this season and they gave up 125 rushing yards to Saquon Barkly. This could be a good matchup for Todd Gurley on the ground but he has been overrated by the public this season as a pass receiver. On receiving yards prop bets he has only gone over the total 3 times in 12 games.
At receiver, Robert Woods and Brandin Cooks will both get targets. Woods led the team last week with eight targets and caught 5 passes for 67 yards and a touchdown. Before last week, Cooks had three straight 100-yard games. Josh Reynolds went under on receptions and receiving yards the only time this season prop were offered on him. Neither of the tight ends (Tyler Higbee or Gerald Everett) have been much of a factor this season.
Rams Prop Bet Picks
Total Receptions – Robert Woods (LA) UNDER 5.5 (-120)
Total Receiving Yards – Todd Gurley (LA) UNDER 40.5 (-115)
Total Rushing Yards – Jared Goff (LA) UNDER 5.5 (-115)
Total Rushing Yards – Todd Gurley (LA) OVER 87.5 (-110)
Quarterback 2018 Prop Bet Results
Running Back 2018 Prop Bet Results
Receiver 2018 Prop Bet Results
Chicago Bears Betting Preview
Mitchell Trubisky will return this week from his shoulder injury as he was practicing in full as of Wednesday. Trubisky’s ability to throw for multiple touchdowns on relatively few passes and his rushing ability make the Bears a live dog tonight.
At running back, Tarik Cohen was the Bears best receiver last week with 12 receptions for 156 yards. He also rushed for 30 yards. Jordan Howard still gets carries but he is not producing nearly as much as was expected before the season. So far this season Howard has had a combined rushing yards & receiving yards prop bet offered three times. All three times he went under the total.
At receiver, Allen Robinson is the best wide receiver the Bears have and he has a good matchup against a fading Marcus Peters. Taylor Gabriel has the tougher matchup on the other side against Aqib Talib, who returned from injury last week and should continue to be a good under play on receiving yards. Trey Burton is a player to watch. Not because he will make a big play but because on receiving yards prop bets he has gone over the total just 2 times with the under covering 9 times and one push.
Bears Prop Bet Picks
Total Rushing Yards – Tarik Cohen (CHI) OVER 24.5 (-115)
Total Receiving Yards – Taylor Gabriel (CHI) UNDER 43.5 (-115)
Total Receiving Yards – Trey Burton (CHI) UNDER 36.5 (-120)
Passing Attempts In The Game – Mitchell Trubisky (CHI) UNDER 33 (-115)
Rams vs Bears Betting Prediction
The Rams are 3 point road favorites in Chicago with a game total set at 52.5. It will be clear and cold with temps below freezing at game time. I do not like warm weather teams traveling to cold weather games and I especially do not like them when they are going up against a physical defense. This game reminds me of the Saints vs Cowboys, with the Saints coming in a public favorite and the Cowboys playing physical defense. I like the Bears to control the game and keep the score under the total. I will also take the 3 points and the Bears.