Rams vs. Ravens: Odds, Point Spread, Over-Under

Todd Gurley, St. Louis Rams, NFL

Rookie running back Todd Gurley has been a big-time spark for the St. Louis Rams offense this season. (Getty)

Man, that was rough.

The Baltimore Ravens dropped another heartbreaking matchup last Sunday after a facemask penalty gave the Jacksonville Jaguars an untimed down and a chance to kick the game-winning field goal.

Then, on the other side of things, the St. Louis Rams dropped a disappointing 37-13 game to the Chicago Bears as the offense sputtered once again.

So, this week’s matchup between the Rams and the Ravens is particularly important. Both squads are treading water in their respective divisions, trying to find some kind of second half spark.

Kickoff for the matchup is slated for 1 p.m. ET. Here’s everything you need about the the matchup’s betting information, per OddsShark:


Game Preview

Baltimore Ravens, NFL

The Baltimore Ravens dropped another heartbreaking loss on Sunday after a final-second penalty call. (Getty)

Line: Even

Moneyline: St. Louis +105, Baltimore -125

Total-Over/Under: 42.5


What To Watch For

Nick Foles, St. Louis Rams, NFL

Despite an up-and-down performance recently, Nick Foles will still get the start under center for the St. Louis Rams. (Getty)

Nick Foles is still the St. Louis Rams starting quarterback. At least according to head coach Jeff Fisher.

The quarterback has been held to a single touchdown pass in his last four games and came under fire after the Rams 37-13 loss to the Chicago Bears last Sunday. Still, despite an appearance from Case Keenum late in the game, Foles will get the start in Week 11.

“That’s my choice, but I’m just going to look at it,” Fisher said. “We’ve got to play better around him. He missed a couple throws and had a couple drops.”

Foles was 17-of-36 for 200 yards and no touchdowns on Sunday. This season he’s completed just over 52 percent of his passes and thrown for seven touchdowns with six interceptions.

The aerial attack has been lacking for the Rams all season, whose offense has been jumpstarted by rookie running back Todd Gurley. St. Louis has now dropped two straight since coming into November with a winning record for the first time since 2006.