Los Angeles Rams Super Bowl Odds 2024: Latest Super Bowl 58 Odds

The current Super Bowl odds for the Los Angeles Rams are . After selling out for a Super Bowl win, the Rams came crashing hard back down to earth after a disappointing season. Injuries derailed them from the start after Matthew Stafford was shut down for the year. That left them scrambling to find consistent quarterback play, limiting the offensive production and failing to remain competitive enough to defend their title.

Los Angeles Rams Super Bowl Odds & Futures 2023-24

The Rams didn’t have the luxury of a first round pick this year as they traded it to the Lions in the Goff and Stafford trade. However, general manager Les Snead loaded up on mid round talent that is now playing significant roles for this team on both sides of the ball. Oddsmakers currently have them just missing out on the playoffs, benefitting from a very weak NFC should the Rams lack the firepower to be an actual title contender.

The issue with trying to be competitive with a very weak roster is that it puts you in a dead zone. However, we’ve seen teams with under the radar young talent exceed expectations in the past, and Stafford is capable of carrying this offense, even while Cooper Krupp is injured. Is that enough to put the Rams back in the Super Bowl conversation?

Los Angeles Rams Super Bowl Odds Analysis

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I doubt it as the Rams are silently tearing the roster down knowing that they will not be able to get back to contender status. Jalen Ramsey has left for the Dolphins, leaving a massive void in their secondary. Backup quarterback Baker Mayfield has left as well, giving them no depth behind Matthew Stafford. While Aaron Donald is back after briefly considering retirement, the rest of the team’s defensive depth chart is concerning.

Another option is to address their offensive line situation as they have one of the worst o-lines in the NFL. Especially with injury concerns as this unit was decimated last year. Steve Avila, an offensive guard out of TCU, is starting for the Rams after being selected in the second round, and more consistency should be expected with better health up front.

Keep an eye out for Puka Nacua as a breakout candidate for the Rams this season. The fifth-round wide receiver out of BYU had 10 catches for 119 yards in his debut with the team, and while Cooper Kupp remains out of the lineup with his injury, Nacua could operate as the team’s WR1. Tutu Atwell and Van Jefferson help round out the wide receiver room for Stafford.

While the Rams lacked any star quality talent added in the draft, they did a phenomenal job at trading back to acquire more depth with additional draft capital. This was especially vital as the Rams are currently deep in cap trouble, being unable to spend in free agency to fill their voids all over the roster. Should they strike gold with any of their late picks, then this accelerates their rebuilding process and puts them in a prime position to succeed sooner rather than later.

Reasons Why Rams Can & Can’t Win Super Bowl 58


  • Matthew Stafford returns as a step up from their backups level of play
  • Aaron Donald is a game changer on the line
  • A very good pass catching unit with production at all three spots


  • Secondary is one of the worst units in the league after Ramsey left
  • One of the worst offensive lines in football
  • No depth at seven different positions
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