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Sean McVay and the Los Angeles Rams head out to the desert this week for a Monday Night Football matchup against the Arizona Cardinals that could potentially decide the fate of the NFC West. The Rams enter the matchup 7-4 on the season, with losses in 3 of their last 4 games. The Cardinals, meanwhile, enter the matchup 10-2 on the season coming off back-to-back wins. With a win, the Cardinals effectively clinch the NFC West division and move one step closer to locking up the number one overall seed in the conference. If the Rams want to play any home playoff games this January, a win on Monday night is imperative.
Los Angeles Rams vs Arizona Cardinals Player Prop Search Tool
Cooper Kupp Under 91.5 Receiving Yards
While Cooper kupp has been relatively unstoppable this season, his worst game on the year has come against the Cardinals when he went for 64 yards in a week 4 loss. The Cardinals have the fourth best yards per game passing defense in the NFL and an uncanny ability to force fumbles after the catch. Divisional games tend to be more low scoring than people anticipate, and I expect Monday night’s game to be no different. Simply put, 92 yards is a lot to bet on in a divisional game against an elite passing defense.
Kyler Murray Under 1.5 Passing Touchdowns
Only the Buffalo Bills have given up fewer passing touchdowns this season than the Los Angeles Rams. Through 12 games, the Rams defense has only given up 14 passing touchdowns and no opposing quarterback has thrown more than 2 touchdowns against them. Kyler still hasn’t looked right since he injured his ankle and the Rams defense is better equipped to expose this reality than Chicago was last weekend.
Odell Beckham Jr. Under 45.5 Receiving Yards
Odell Beckham Jr. has had only three games this year where he’s gone for more than 45 receiving yards, and in each one of them he’s had a reception of 25 yards or more. This Cardinals defense is one of the best yards per play defenses in the league, allowing just 6.4 yards per completion — third best in the league. With the emergence of Van Jefferson as a solid number two option to Cooper Kupp, look for targets to be pretty evenly distributed between all three receivers with a preference for Kupp and Jefferson.
Kyler Murray Over 27.5 Rushing Yards
The last time these two teams met, Kyler ran for 39 yards on 6.5 yards a carry. This time the Cardinals will be playing at home in a game that has major playoff seeding ramifications for both teams. I expect the pocket to break down often in this one behind a solid Rams defensive front, and Kyler to be called upon to make plays with his legs. Last week, he rushed for 59 yards and two touchdowns on grass. This weekend, he’ll be playing on turf with his full complement of weapons. The Rams are going to have to pick their battles in this one and giving up some plays to Kyler in the run game may just be one thing they’ll have to sacrifice.