I was surprised the NFL didn’t make this game a primetime matchup as it’s the best game of the week, in my opinion, but I’m excited to bet on it nonetheless. The Rams have played their way into a position where they can clinch the NFC West with a win this week, while the 49ers need to win this game to keep their playoff hopes alive. The high stakes mean this is essentially a playoff game, and players on both teams should be at their very best. You can use the player prop search tool below to find the best odds for the prop you want to wager on.
San Francisco 49ers Vs. Los Angeles Rams Player Prop Search Tool
Cooper Kupp Over 9.5 Receptions and Over 118.5 Yards
This is as chalky as it gets, but I think Cooper Kupp will have a massive game. The 49ers’ secondary is banged up right now, and they’ve struggled against opposing wide receivers lately. Just two weeks ago, A.J. Brown had 11 receptions for 145 yards against the Niners in his first game back from injury in several weeks. Kupp is the most productive receiver in the NFL, and he had 11 catches for 122 yards in the Rams’ first game against the Niners. Kupp needs 12 catches for 136 yards to break both the single-season catch and yardage records, and I think he’s going to do it as he should be heavily featured yet again. Plus, won’t it be fun to know you’re winning money when Kupp completes his historic season on Sunday?
Deebo Samuel Anytime TD Scorer
It’s been an incredible breakout season for Deebo Samuel, and he deserves to be discussed among the best offensive weapons in football. His usage has fluctuated as he’s been involved in both the rushing and receiving games this season, but the one consistency has been his touchdown scoring prowess. Samuel has scored in six of his last seven games, and in two of those games, he found the end zone twice. You probably won’t get exceptional odds on Samuel to score a touchdown, but it’s a must-add if you’re looking to build a Same Game Parlay for this Rams vs. 49ers matchup.
Matthew Stafford Over 0.5 Interceptions
I hate to do this, but it’s impossible to ignore the recent trends – Matthew Stafford has been one of the most turnover-prone quarterbacks in the NFL. He ranks second in the league in interceptions, behind only rookie Trevor Lawrence, and leads in pick-sixes. Stafford has thrown six interceptions over his last three games, and earlier this year against the 49ers, he threw two picks. Those last three games weren’t exactly against a murderer’s row of opponents, either, as the Seahawks, Vikings, and Ravens all have very beatable secondaries. Stafford has put up some solid numbers this season, but the interceptions have been a consistent issue, and it’s hard to deny that getting close to even odds on this prop is a good value.
Brandon Aiyuk Over 3.5 Receptions and Over 48.5 Receiving Yards
He’s flown under the radar lately, but Brandon Aiyuk has quietly turned things around in a big way. Over his past ten games, Aiyuk is averaging 4.1 receptions and 62.3 yards, as he seems to have put his slow start to the year completely behind him. The Rams have been solid across the board defensively, but they’re allowing 237.2 passing yards per game, which ranks 20th in the NFL. Aiyuk had a limited impact against the Rams earlier in the year, but the Niners hardly had to throw the ball in that game as they won by multiple scores; I don’t expect the same game script. At the time I’m writing this, we still don’t have clear confirmation on whether or not Jimmy Garoppolo will play this week. I expect him to be the starter, but I wouldn’t have as much confidence in Aiyuk’s production if Trey Lance gets the call.