49ers vs Rams: NFC Championship Betting Odds, Lines & Predictions

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BetMGM Betting @BETMGM Jan 28, 2022, 3:01 PM
  • The Rams (12-4) are -3.5 favorites vs the 49ers (9-7)
  • Sunday, January 30, 2022 6:30pm EST on FOX
  • Total (Over/Under): 45.5 points

The Los Angeles Rams (12-4) play the San Francisco 49ers (9-7) on Sunday, January 30, 2022 6:30pm EST at SoFi Stadium in the NFC Conference Championship of the NFL playoffs.

The Rams are betting favorites in this matchup, with the spread sitting at -3.5 (-110).

The total (Over/Under) is 45.5 points for the game.

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Where & How to Watch Los Angeles Rams vs. San Francisco 49ers, NFC Championship

  • Game Day: Sunday, January 30, 2022
  • Game Time: 6:30pm EST
  • TV Channel: FOX
  • Location: Inglewood, CA at SoFi Stadium

San Francisco 49ers vs. Los Angeles Rams Betting Odds & Spread, NFC Championship

SpreadTotal (O/U)Moneyline
San Francisco 49ers+3.5 -11045.5 -110145
Los Angeles Rams -3.5 -11045.5 -110-175

49ers vs Rams Against the Spread Records:

The 49ers are 11-8 against the spread this season (+2.30 Units / 11.03% ROI), while the Chiefs are 10-9 against the spread (+0.10 Units / 0.48% ROI).

Get full historical records for Units & ROI: ATS, Over/Under & Moneyline bets for both teams.

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San Francisco 49ers: Keys to the Game vs. the Los Angeles Rams

The 49ers were 6-1 (.857) when intercepting at least 1 pass this season — 4th-best in NFL; League Avg: .633.

The 49ers were undefeated (7-0) when not throwing an interception this season — tied for best in NFL; League Avg: .655.

The 49ers were 7-2 (.778) when committing less than 60 yards in penalties this season — tied for 3rd-best in NFL; League Avg: .509.

The 49ers are 2-8 (.200) when converting less than 55% of its red zone chances into touchdowns since last season — tied for 2nd-worst in NFL; League Avg: .423.

Los Angeles Rams: Keys to the Game vs. the San Francisco 49ers

The Rams are 3-4 (.429) when rushing less than 20 times since last season — 4th-best in NFL; League Avg: .155.

The Rams were undefeated (6-0) when not throwing an interception this season — tied for best in NFL; League Avg: .655.

The Rams were 10-3 (.769) when allowing less than 3 sacks this season — 5th-best in NFL; League Avg: .584.

The Rams were 6-2 (.750) when allowing less than 5 explosive passes this season — tied for 5th-best in NFL; League Avg: .572.

Additional Matchup Notes for San Francisco 49ers vs. Los Angeles Rams, NFC Championship

The Rams averaged 36.2 penalty yards per game this season — second-best in NFL. The 49ers averaged 36.7 defensive penalty yards per game this season — worst in NFL.

The Rams threw the ball 56.2% of the time in the red zone this season — fifth-highest in NFL. The 49ers allowed a completion rate of 65.9% when defending in the red zone this season — third-worst in NFL.

The Rams average 37.3 penalty yards per game since the 2020 season — best in NFL. The 49ers averages 29.9 defensive penalty yards per game since last season — second-worst in NFL.

The 49ers averaged 61.8 penalty yards per game this season — worst in NFL. The Rams averaged 13.7 offensive penalty yards per game this season — second-best in NFL.

The 49ers had an average drive start position from the 23.6 yard line this season — second-worst in NFL. The Rams allowed an average drive start position from the 24.2 yard line this season — second-best in NFL.

49ers WRs had 207.8 receiving yards per game in the last 4 weeks of the regular season — second-best in NFL. The Rams averaged 178.2 receiving yards per game allowed to WRs in the last 4 weeks of the regular season — fifth-worst in NFL.

Key Injuries for the Los Angeles Rams vs. San Francisco 49ers Game, NFC Championship

  • Darious Williams (Rams): Illness, Did Not Participate In Practice
  • DeSean Jackson (Rams): Not Injury Related, Did Not Participate In Practice
  • Aaron Donald (Rams): Not Injury Related, Did Not Participate In Practice
  • Leonard Floyd (Rams): Ankle, Did Not Participate In Practice
  • Darrell Henderson Jr. (Rams): Ribs, Did Not Participate In Practice
  • Andrew Whitworth (Rams): Not Injury Related, Did Not Participate In Practice
  • Jacob Harris (Rams): Hip, Did Not Participate In Practice
  • JaMycal Hasty (49ers): Ankle, Did Not Participate In Practice
  • Elijah Mitchell (49ers): Shoulder, Limited Participation In Practice
  • Arik Armstead (49ers): Adductor, Limited Participation In Practice
  • Kevin Givens (49ers): Ankle, Did Not Participate In Practice
  • Javon Kinlaw (49ers): Knee, Limited Participation In Practice
  • Emmanuel Moseley (49ers): Knee, Limited Participation In Practice
  • San Francisco 49ers Offense: Important Stats for NFC Championship

    The 49ers started 23 drives inside their own 10 yard line this season — most in NFL.

    The 49ers had an average drive start position from the 23.6 yard line this season — 2nd-worst in NFL; League Avg: 26.5.

    The 49ers had an average drive start position from the 18.6 yard line in the 3rd quarter this season — worst in NFL; League Avg: 25.6.

    The 49ers started 12 drives inside their own 10 yard line in the 2nd half this season — most in NFL.

    Los Angeles Rams Offense: Important Stats for NFC Championship

    The Rams ran successful plays on 0% of plays in the 3rd quarter in Week 18 — worst in NFL; League Avg: 42%.

    The Rams had a third down conversion rate of 59% against the blitz this season — 2nd-best in NFL; League Avg: 39%.

    The Rams have a third down conversion rate of 59% against the blitz since last season — best in NFL; League Avg: 39%.

    The Rams had a third down conversion rate of 34% on third and 10+ yards to go this season — 2nd-best in NFL; League Avg: 20%.

    San Francisco 49ers Defense: Important Stats for NFC Championship

    The 49ers defense did not allow a successful play on any play in the 3rd quarter in Week 18 — best in NFL; League Avg: 42%.

    The 49ers defense allowed one rushing TD on 21 carries in the red zone in the last 4 weeks of the regular season — 2nd-best Carries Per TD rate in NFL; League Avg: 5.9.

    The 49ers defense allowed 6.8 yards from scrimmage per touch (5,229 yards / 771 touches) last season — 2nd-best in NFL; League Avg: 7.5

    The 49ers defense allowed a passer rating of 124.4 when blitzing (102 Pass Attempts) this season — worst in NFL; League Avg: 91.5.

    Los Angeles Rams Defense: Important Stats for NFC Championship

    The Rams defense allowed a passer rating of just 71.5 in the red zone (79 Pass Attempts) this season — best in NFL; League Avg: 96.0.

    The Rams defense allowed 17 TD passes this season — 2nd-fewest in NFL.

    The Rams defense missed 16 tackles in Week 18 — most in NFL.

    The Rams’ opponents averaged 36.7 Passing Attempts per TD (624 Pass Attempts/17 Passing TDs) this season — 2nd-best Pass Attempts Per TD rate in NFL; League Avg: 22.3.

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