Rams Game MNF: Rams vs. Cards injury report, betting spread, over/under, schedule, live stream, TV channel

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The LA Rams need to win in Week 14. And to be honest, the television networks and the NFL at large need them to win as well. But we know that is not how it goes sometimes. Still, the team needed some heroics in 2020 when facing the Arizona Cardinals in the last game of the season. That turned out okay after all, despite going with backup quarterback John Wolford. Of course, the defense had a lot to say in that win.

In Week 13,  the LA Rams claimed that ever-elusive eighth victory of the season, and are now 8-4. But it will be a difficult win to duplicate. The offense was able to navigate a more physical presence when they stepped onto the field by going with two or three tight ends, and as many as six offensive linemen, and letting running back Sony Michel run roughshod over the Jacksonville Jaguars.

The Rams placed another rookie, defensive back Robert Rochell, on injured reserve this week as well.

The Rams will need to replace right tackle Rob Havenstein, as well as likely start offensive center Coleman Shelton in place of Brian Allen. That will force the Rams to play two non-starters in Week 14. Will the Rams double down on a sixth offensive lineman this week?  That will be tough to say. The Cardinals defense is vulnerable to the run. But the real question is, can the offense commit to it?

LA Rams Injury Report vs Arizona Cardinals Week 14


  • OL Brian Allen (knee) – doubtful
  • OLB Terrell Lewis (back) – questionable
  • CB Dont’e Deayon (COVID-IR) – out
  • DB David Long Jr. (Illness) – questionable
  • OT Rob Havenstein (COVID-IR) – out
  • RB Darrell Henderson (COVID-IR) – out


  • NT Zach Kerr (Ribs) – out
  • OL Justin Pugh (Calf) – questionable

The offensive miscues defeated themselves against the Cardinals in Week 4. But make no mistake, since that game the Arizona Cardinals have proven themselves to be the better team in the NFC West, so far. If the LA Rams win in Week 14, the Cardinals plummet from the NFL’s best team to the NFC third-seed. If the Cards win, playoff seeding remains in place, but the playoff picture suddenly places quite vulnerable to slipping among playoff teams, and may even miss the playoffs altogether.

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Rams vs Cardinals Betting Odds, Spread, Over/Under & Betting Pick Week 14

Odds are courtesy of WynnBET

Point Spread

  • Rams +2.5 (-110)
  • Cards -2.5 (-110)

Money Line

  • Rams +115
  • Cards -135

Over/Under – 51.0 points

  • Over -110
  • Under -110

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Betting this week is more about faith than certainty. The team enters Week 14 decimated on offense due to injuries and COVID-19 restrictions and must face one of the best defenses in the NFL. While that in itself is a huge challenge, the team has just learned of their losing RB Darrell Henderson and RT Rob Havenstein just before game day. However else you see it, the Rams are not exactly great at winging it on offense.

While I don’t like the situation heading into this game, I do like the way the odds are shaping up. The team and players have to see the importance of this game, and I expect to see a good showing from the defense as a result. Will it be enough? Time will tell. Confidence is not high in this one, but there is still that undeniable belief that good things are about to happen.

Take the Rams on the Moneyline (+115) to win outright
Take the Under at 51.0 (-110) in this one
National broadcast: ESPN Sports

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What TV Channel is the Rams vs Cardinals Game On For Week 14

This game is ESPN’s Monday Night Football game and will be played at 5:15 pm PT/8:15 pm ET.

Rams vs Cardinals Week 14 Game Live Stream

You can catch the action from this game live by streaming on Fubo TV.

Rams Next Game and Schedule

The team is trying to prove that they are deserving of the early season optimism, and a win this week will ensure that the LA Rams will end their fifth consecutive season, and fifth season under head coach Sean McVay, with a winning record.

Week 15: vs. Seattle (5-8)
Week 16: @ Minnesota (6-7)
Week 17: @ Baltimore (8-5)
Week 18: San Francisco (7-6)

The team has no true breather the rest of the way. Even the Settle Seahawks, the worst of the NFC West, clings to a hope of an NFL Playoff berth. The Rams do not face any team with little but the 2022 NFL Draft to play for.

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