NFL betting odds expectations remain low for the Denver Broncos as they are a last place team that has not been able to bring consistent value with the NFL betting lines.
The Denver Broncos host the St. Louis Rams with kickoff scheduled for 4:05 PM ET and a telecast on FOX. Sports-Gambling will have side and total numbers on this game so be sure and open your account for this one and the rest of the NFL lineup.
The Rams will be looking to get back into the race in the NFC West while the Broncos want to escape the basement of the AFC West.
The St. Louis Rams have a record of 4-6 straight up and 7-3 with the football betting odds as 6 of their games have gone under the total. The Rams have lost two games in a row and are coming off a 34-17 setback at home against Atlanta to fall 1 game behind Seattle for the lead in the NFC West.
The Rams defense has been the key to their jumping into playoff contention as it ranks 8th in the NFL for points allowed. Head coach Steve Spagnuolo was the defensive coordinator of the New York Giants when they won the Super Bowl for the 2007 season and his influence has been felt.
The offense has struggled and ranks 27th in the NFL. Rookie quarterback Sam Bradford has had good moments and bad in his on the job training and has a79.0 QB rating with a 14/9 touchdown interception ratio. Part of the Rams problem is that they lack a big play receiver.
The Denver Broncos have a record of 3-7 both straight up and with the football betting lines as 7 of their games have gone over the total. The Broncos are coming off a 35-14 Monday Night loss at San Diego as their defense continues to struggle and ranks 30th overall in the NFL for points allowed.
The offense is bizarre in that it ranks 4th in the NFL for passing but dead last for rushing. Quarterback Kyle Orton has proven to be an asset with the NFL betting odds as he has a 94.5 QB rating.