Carolina Panthers vs. Los Angeles Rams prediction, preview and odds

This Sunday, (1-4) Carolina Panthers and (2-3) Los Angeles Rams will match up in the sixth week of the 2022 NFL regular season. Kickoff will be at 4:05 PM EST inside SoFi Stadium. Neither of these teams have started this regular season the way they would like, but there is still plenty of time to turn things around this year. Both of these teams suffered a loss in Week 5.

The Carolina Panthers come into this one after falling to the San Francisco 49ers. They fired their head coach Matt Rhule after that loss. Baker Mayfield was also injured as he will not start in this game either. Steve Wilks will be the interim head coach and PJ Walker will start at quarterback.

The Los Angeles Rams enter this one after falling to the Dallas Cowboys 22-10. The Rams have struggled to consistently move the ball down the field as they don’t score enough points to stay competitive in those games. Their offensive line needs to be better if they want to have a chance to win this one.

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Can the panthers start fresh?

The Carolina Panthers have won just one game to start this season, but they are currently hitting the reset button. The fired their head coach Matt Rhule after Sunday’s loss, and they will also be without Baker Mayfield for this game. On offense they score 18.6 points per game and they average 271.4 yards. This is the 24th most points scored and fewest yards. They have struggled to collect first downs and consistently move the ball as it has made scoring much more difficult. Carolina has struggled to move the ball through the air as Mayfield struggled through the first five weeks of the season. The Panthers are averaging just 181.6 passing yards per game. game, which is the 28th most in the NFL. They also only run for 89.8 yards, which is 27th most. Keep an eye on Christian McCaffrey out of the backfield as he currently leads the team with 324 rushing yards and two touchdowns. He also averages 4.5 yards per carry. carry. Expect PJ Walker to start at quarterback in this game. In 2021, he threw for 362 yards, one touchdown and one interception in five games played.

On defense, the Panthers have been up and down. Their poor offensive play has put a ton of pressure on their defense this season as they spend most of the time on the court. They also allow 24.4 points per game. game and 356.2 total yards, which is the 21st most points given up and 20th most yards. They have struggled to stop the run as they allow 137.8 rushing yards per possession. match. Last week, they surrendered 244 rushing yards to the Niners as they continued to attack them on the ground. Fortunately, they have been better against the pass. They allow just 218.4 passing yards, which is the 17th most yards allowed per game. match. The top linebacker is Shaq Thompson as he leads the team with 34 tackles this season. He has been all over the field for the Panthers to start this season. The question is how many of these key players will be dealt before the no.

Injury report: Panthers could be without WR Laviska Shenault Jr. (Hamstring) and CB CJ Henderson (knee).

Can the Rams turn this season around?

The Los Angeles Rams fell to the Dallas Cowboys in week five as they continued to struggle on the offensive side of the ball. This was their second straight loss as they also fell to the 49ers in week four. On offense, the Rams score 16 points per game. game and is averaging 299.8 total yards. This is the 29th most points scored per game and the 26th most yards. I expect the Rams to start Matt Stafford as a quarterback, as he has already thrown five touchdowns and seven interceptions this season. The Rams are also averaging 237.4 passing yards per game. game, which is the 18th most in the league. WR Cooper Kup has already scored four touchdowns and recorded 527 yards this season. Now, the Rams have also struggled to run the ball, averaging just 62.4 rushing yards per game. This is the fewest in the NFL since Cam Akers and Darrell Henderson Jr. must be better in this one. Their offensive line has also struggled, which hasn’t made moving the ball any easier.

On defense, the Rams have remained solid as they still have several superstars on the field. Between Jalen Ramsey and Aaron Donald, they have found different ways to stay competitive in these games. They currently allow 23.2 points per game and 321 yards, which is the 16th most points allowed and the 11th fewest yards allowed. They still put pressure on their opposing quarterbacks as the Rams have already produced 10 sacks this season. Their secondary has also held its ground, allowing just 214.6 passing yards per game. match. This is the 13th fewest yards given up through the air as I would watch Ramsey and Kendrick in this one. The Rams are also allowing 106.4 rushing yards, which is 11th fewest in the NFL. Their front seven has continued to rally against the ball and Bobby Wagner has held his own. He has already recorded 39 tackles, two sacks and two forced fumbles.

Best bet for this game

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Insider’s status:


I’m taking the Carolina Panthers (+11) in this game against the Rams. Carolina will be able to take a deep breath and start fresh for this game as I see them finally playing more relaxed. The Panthers struggled under Matt Rhule, and Baker Mayfield didn’t help them either. PJ Walker will not start at quarterback as I see him keeping this game inside the spread. Los Angeles currently allows the 16th most points per game. game and 11th most yards. Walker will put together a few drives and keep this game closer than some would expect. I also see the Rams’ offensive struggles continuing as their offensive line continues to let them down. They struggle to run the ball and they don’t give Matt Stafford enough time when he drops back to pass. Carolina also allows the 17th fewest passing yards per game. game as I see their secondary holding their own in this game. Cooper Kupp will play a few games, but he does it against everyone. The Rams still score the 29th most points per game. game and averages the 26th most yards. They don’t move the ball well and they won’t score enough points to cover the spread (-11) against the Panthers. Carolina will be excited for this game and their interim head coach will make them play. None of these teams have impressed me to start the season, and I see this spread to be far too wide.

Pick the Carolina Panthers and take the points (+11).

Prediction: Carolina Panthers +11

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Insider’s status:


I will take under (42) points in this match as I don’t expect either team to get on the scoreboard. Panthers start PJ Walker at quarterback as he hasn’t impressed me with his limited action in the NFL. He might be able to put together two or three solid drives, but he won’t stay consistent. The Panthers still score the 24th most points per game. game and averaged the fewest yards. They won’t consistently score points as they will do their part to keep that total under (42). The Rams’ defense also remains tough as they have several star players in their lineup. They also allow the 11th fewest yards per game. game as the Panthers will struggle to consistently get into Rams territory. Now I also see the Rams struggling to get points in this game. They currently score the 29th most points per game. game and they have struggled to move the ball on the ground. They average 62.4 rushing yards per game, which is the fewest in the league. The Panthers will shut down the run and force the Rams’ offensive line to give Stafford some time to drop back and pass. This will allow the Panthers to record more sacks and prevent the Rams from scoring enough points to push this total over the mark (42).

Both of these offenses have struggled as I don’t see them scoring enough points to push this total over (42). Trust both of these defenses and HAMMER them under (42) points.

Prediction: Under 42

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