Buffalo Bills vs Los Angeles Rams 9/8/22 Prediction and DraftKings Sportsbook Promo
September 8, 2022
The 2022 NFL regular season starts with the Buffalo Bills visiting the Los Angeles Rams on Thursday. Los Angeles is listed in many sportsbooks as one of the top-five favorites to make the 2023 Super Bowl after winning the championship last season. However, the Bills are the moneyline favorite at -135 for this game.
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Why bet on the Buffalo Bills?
✅ Buffalo had the best defense in the NFL last season, giving up only 272.8 yards and 17.0 points per game.
✅ Bills will rely on QB Josh Allen who ranked no lower than 8th in passing yards (4,407) and TDs (36) for the last two seasons.
✅ Buffalo is the favorite to win this year's Super Bowl, and they have the experience of beating the Rams the last time these teams met.
|Teams||Buffalo Bills vs Los Angeles Rams|
|When||Thursday, September 8, at 8:20 p.m. ET|
|Venue||SoFi Stadium, Inglewood, CA|
|Betting Pick||Buffalo Bills to win | Moneyline @ -135|
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Buffalo Bills vs Los Angeles Rams
Buffalo is coming off an 11-6 record and a 5-1 record in the AFC East. As the best-ranked defense in the NFL last season, the Bills gave up 272.8 yards and 17.0 points per game.
Even though the Bills easily beat the Denver Broncos and the Indianapolis Colts, the Bills have to admit that the preseason ended badly in their last game against the Carolina Panthers. The Panthers easily defeated the Bills 21-0. But overall, there were some positives to be taken from the preseason, as the Bills remained mostly healthy going into the regular season.
The Bills have reported some injury cases from their players. Some have already been confirmed not to be able to participate in the game against the Rams. They are Marquez Stevenson, Isaiah McKenzie, Tre'Davious White, Andre Smith, and Ike Boettger. However, Jordan Poyer, hampered by a hyperextended elbow, is anticipated to take the field against the Rams in the season opener.
Los Angeles Rams
As the Super Bowl LVI champion, the Los Angeles Rams will host the NFL's regular season opener at SoFi Stadium. In last season's Super Bowl, the Rams were led by quarterback Matthew Stafford, who delivered a game-winning drive in the final minutes to win a championship in his first season as a Ram. Last season, Stafford had 41 passing TDs and now sits at 323 TDs passes for his career, the 12th most in NFL history.
Meanwhile, in the pre-season, the Rams did not perform well as they suffered two losses against the Cincinnati Bengals (16-7) and the Houston Texans (24-20). However, in preseason Week 1 against the Los Angeles Chargers, they won the game 29-22 behind backup quarterback Bryce Perkins.
It was reported that the Rams have seven players not available for this game with the Bills because of injury cases. Jalen Ramsey, Daniel Hardy, Quentin lake, Travin Howard, Logan Bruss, Van Jefferson, and Bobby Brown are some of them. As for QB Matthew Stafford, he has recovered from elbow tendinitis to be active for the season opener versus the Bills.