One Side of this Bucs/Rams Game is Just Way Too Public

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Aaron Donald and the Los Angeles Rams in the 2022 NFL Playoffs
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BetMGM Video @BetMGM Jan 19, 2022, 10:09 AM

The NFL calendar has turned to the divisional round, which means there’s a fresh set of NFL betting lines available for prospective bettors. (Including New York!)

One of the most intriguing NFL betting options this weekend is in the NFC, where the Bucs will host the Rams in a divisional matchup with tons of offensive and defensive star power.

This game is a rematch of a memorable Week 3 game from the regular season, where Los Angeles dealt the reigning Super Bowl champions their first loss of the season, 34-24, on the west coast. It’s also a quasi-rematch of Super Bowl LIII, when Tom Brady (then with New England) beat Sean McVay’s Rams, 13-3. (By the way, there’s still plenty of time to check out BetMGM’s Super Bowl odds.)

Early NFL playoff odds data has 69 percent of money line bets on LA +125 but 56 percent of the overall money line handle on Tampa -150.

On Tuesday night’s episode of BetMGM Tonight, Quinton Mayo and Trysta Krick are joined by Ken Barkley (You Better You Bet) to break down the divisional-round rematch.

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