2023 Los Angeles Rams schedule, betting odds, and predictions

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Rams 2023 schedule could make a bounce-back season difficult

The Los Angeles Rams won the Super Bowl two years ago, but they were just 5-12 in 2022. The Rams are now hoping to bounce back in a big way, but this team really didn’t add much in the offseason. In fact, Los Angeles lost quite a bit of talent after the season, with the team trading Jalen Ramsey to the Miami Dolphins. The Rams will be hoping that improved offensive line play and a full year of Matthew Stafford under center can be the cure for their problems. But that’s far from a guarantee and Los Angeles doesn’t have the easiest schedule in the world.

 

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Los Angeles Rams betting odds

(odds from DraftKings as of May 11, 4:00 p.m. PT)

Season Win Total Odds: 7.5 (+125/-145)
Super Bowl Odds: +6500
NFC Champion: +3500
NFC West Champion: +600

Last season: 5-12, 3rd in NFC West

Key additions: OG Steve Avila*, LB Byron Young*, DL Kobie Turner*, QB Stetson Bennett*

Key losses: CB Jalen Ramsey, WR Allen Robinson, LB Bobby Wagner, QB Baker Mayfield, DL A’Shawn Robinson, DL Greg Gaines, S Nick Scott

* – drafted

2023 Los Angeles Rams schedule

  • Week 1: @ Seattle Seahawks (SEA -5.5, Total: 46.5)
  • Week 2: vs. San Francisco 49ers (SF -3)
  • Week 3: @ Cincinnati Bengals (CIN -7)
  • Week 4: @ Indianapolis Colts (LAR -1)
  • Week 5: vs. Philadelphia Eagles (PHI -4.5)
  • Week 6: vs. Arizona Cardinals (LAR -4)
  • Week 7: vs. Pittsburgh Steelers (PIT -1)
  • Week 8: @ Dallas Cowboys (DAL -6)
  • Week 9: @ Green Bay Packers (GB -1.5)
  • Week 10: BYE WEEK 
  • Week 11: vs. Seattle Seahawks (SEA -1.5)
  • Week 12: @ Arizona Cardinals (LAR -2)
  • Week 13: vs. Cleveland Browns (CLE -1)
  • Week 14: @ Baltimore Ravens (BAL -5)
  • Week 15: vs. Washington Commanders (LAR -1)
  • Week 16: vs. New Orleans Saints (LAR -1)
  • Week 17: @ New York Giants (NYG -3)
  • Week 18: @ San Francisco 49ers (SF -6)

(odds from DraftKings Sportsbook)

Los Angeles Rams schedule this year

The Rams have one of the toughest home schedules in football this year. Los Angeles will host San Francisco, Seattle, New Orleans, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia and Cleveland this season. All six of those teams are hoping to make the playoffs in 2023, and a meeting with Washington could also pose some problems. So, if the Rams are going to do anything significant this season, they’ll need to be very good on the road. However, they face San Francisco, Seattle, Dallas, New York (Giants), Green Bay, Baltimore and Cincinnati on the road this season. With that in mind, there’s a good chance the Rams are a much better football team than they were a year ago but still have nothing to show for it.

Los Angeles Rams schedule analysis

For more on the Rams schedule, here’s what Matt Youmans and Wes Reynolds had to say on VSiN Tonight following the NFL’s official release: