NFL gambling on the Rams in 2008 was like putting a match to cash as they finished 2-14 straight up and 6-10 against the NFL lines. The Rams finished near the bottom of the NFL gambling statistical charts for both offense and defense and swept clean the coaching staff and front office at the end of last year as a result.
Steve Spagnuolo will take over as head coach against the NFL lines this year after serving as defensive coordinator of the New York Giants since the 2007 NFL gambling season. The Giants won the super bowl in February of 2008 with Spagnuolo‘s defense making a major contribution.
Marc Bulger is currently number one on the Rams NFL gambling quarterback depth chart and is coming off back-to-back ineffective seasons with quarterback ratings of 70.3 in 2007 and 71.4 in 2008. Bulger has passed for 22 touchdowns and 28 interceptions in those 2 seasons. He is a 10 year veteran out of West Virginia.
Kyle Boller, a 7 year pro out of California, is 2nd on the NFL gambling QB depth chart for the Rams. Boller has not played since 2007 when he was the starter for the Baltimore Ravens. Boller has a career NFL gambling quarterback rating of just 71.9 with 45 touchdown passes and 44 interceptions.
Boller should get plenty of NFL gambling preseason action to work off the rust. Rookie Keith Null was drafted in the 6th round and is listed 3rd on the quarterback depth chart. He is expected to get a good hard look in the NFL gambling pre season. Jason Smith, an offensive tackle out of Baylor, was the Rams first round draft pick.
Linebacker James Laurinaitis of Ohio State was drafted in the second round and had 9 career interceptions for the Buckeyes. Bradley Fletcher, a defensive back from Iowa was drafted by the Rams in the third round and had 5 career picks.
Defensive tackle Dorell Scott was drafted in the fourth round out of Clemson as Spagnuolo’s defensive background was apparent in the draft priorities of the Rams. All draftees should get a good long preseason look.
Sign up now at Sports-Gambling.com for the upcoming preseason action!