Los Angeles Rams 2025 Super Bowl odds (Can Rams get back to the big game?)

Looking at the Rams' longshot odds to win their second Super Bowl in four seasons.

Jan 14, 2024; Detroit, Michigan, USA; Los Angeles Rams quarterback Matthew Stafford (9) throws a pass against the Lions.
Jan 14, 2024; Detroit, Michigan, USA; Los Angeles Rams quarterback Matthew Stafford (9) throws a pass against the Lions. / David Reginek-USA TODAY Sports

After starting 3-6 last season, it appeared the rebuilding Los Angeles Rams would miss the playoffs for a second consecutive season and go under their 6.5-game preseason win total. However, led by an experienced quarterback and an elite supporting cast, the Rams won seven of their final eight games to reach the postseason.

The Rams came up short by a point to the Detroit Lions in the first round of the NFC Wild Card round, but the same core is returning in 2024 and the Rams are in the mix as modest longshots to win the Super Bowl.

According to FanDuel Sportsbook, Los Angeles is the sixth favorite in the NFC to win the Super Bowl at +3000 ($100 bet wins $3,000). That gives the Rams an implied probability of 3.23% to win their second Lombardi Trophy in four seasons.

Overall, the Rams are tied with their SoFi Stadium roommate Los Angeles Chargers as the 12th-favorite to win the Super Bowl. In conference, the Rams are the sixth-favorite on the Super Bowl odds board behind the San Francisco 49ers (+500), Detroit Lions (+1200), Dallas Cowboys (+1500), Philadelphia Eagles (+1700) and Green Bay Packers (+2500).

After getting back in contention this winter, the Rams face a second-place schedule that includes fellow division runner-ups in the Philadelphia Eagles, Las Vegas Raiders, and New Orleans Saints.

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Los Angeles Rams Super Bowl 59 Odds

On a quarterback-lined odds board, quarterback Matthew Stafford is the 11th favorite to be named the AP NFL Most Valuable Player next season at +2000. Stafford, who turned 36 earlier this month, threw for just shy of 4,000 yards and 24 touchdowns last season to lead the Rams back to the postseason.

Stafford had success with a great group of skilled position players around him, headlined by Cooper Kupp but anchored by the breakout of rookie wide receiver Puka Nacua (105 catches, 1,486 yards, 6 touchdowns) and the return of second-year running back Kyren Williams (95.3. rushing yards per game, 5 yards per carry).

Odds update periodically and are subject to change.