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Rams vs. Giants 2021 NFL Week 6 Odds, Preview and Pick

By Carlos Chacon

The Los Angeles Rams and the New York Giants share the field in Week 6 of the season. We anticipate end-to-end action from both teams to give more life to the list of games this coming weekend. But before all that, NitroBetting takes a closer look at the Rams vs. Giants contest.

Below, we have all the information you need to lock in on the best picks, starting things off with essential event details. On top of that, we share crucial team and player statistics, the latest NFL betting odds, timely betting trends, and our very own expert betting predictions. Don’t forget to check for the latest sports betting odds at our online BTC sportsbook.

Rams vs. Giants Game Information

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Why Bet on the Los Angeles Rams?

It’s a great run for the Rams so far after the team bounced back from its Week 4 loss to the Cardinals. This past week, they outdid the Seahawks in a 26-17 road victory. This goes to show how competent the team can be despite not having a home-field advantage.

The Rams’ Week 5 victory was powered by a strong 23-point run in the second half. Despite failing to score in the first quarter and the second quarter down four points, they flipped a switch and took over the game. Matthew Stafford had a dominant performance after recording 365 yards on 25-of-37 passing. During the stint, the quarterback scored a touchdown and an interception as well.

Rushing plays played a huge role in the Rams’ victory. Darrell Henderson was responsible for 82 of the 118 total rushing yards produced by LA that night. Henderson scored a rushing TD on 17 carries, while Sony Michel found the end zone after 37 yards and 11 carries. Meanwhile, on the receiving end, Tyler Higbee scored a touchdown albeit with just two receptions, and Robert Woods had an impressive 150-yard afternoon on 12 catches.

On defense, former DPOY Aaron Donald was a beast, as he finished with seven tackles and a sack. Sebastian Joseph led the team with 8 tackles and Terrell Hall added another sack to their stats. Additionally, Nick Scott and Troy Reeder both managed to pick off Seattle’s Russell Wilson that game.

It’s going to be a good day for the Rams on Sunday as they step inside the field with a complete starting lineup. Not only are they coming off a strong win last weekend, but also boast a consistent offensive and defensive side.

Why Bet on the New York Giants?

After finding their first win of the season in a Week 4 27-21 victory against the Saints, the Giants find themselves in another rut. Week 5 lined up a Giants vs. Cowboys matchup which the latter controlled. The visitors were held scoreless in the second quarter while the Cowboys’ offense put on relentless pressure.

Daniel Jones did not finish his shift after a hard helmet-to-helmet hit. The quarterback was carted off the field after 98 yards on 5-of-13 passing. Mike Glennon took over the position and closed the game with 196 passing yards (16 of 25), one touchdown, and two interceptions. Kadarius Toney was the number one target of the night when the rookie wide receiver recorded a team-high 189 receiving yards on 10 receptions. However, it was Devontae Booker who found the end zone after 16 yards and three catches.

The Giants were outmatched by the Cowboys in rushing yards, 201-73, but Devontae Booker managed to produce a rushing touchdown along with 42 rushing yards on 16 carries. By the final whistle, he was the only player to record double-digit rushing yards for his team.

Adoree’ Jackson had a busy time and documented seven solo tackles. Logan Ryan provided some much-needed support and had eight total tackles himself. Austin Johnson had a sack to go with three tackles, while Danny Shelton and Leonard Williams assisted on sacks as well. Lorenzo Carter also had the spotlight for a second with a timely interception.

Without their starting quarterback, the Giants have a mountain to climb this Sunday. However, after a surprising performance by Mike Glennon, the team looks to be in good hands. Joining Jones in the questionable list is wide receiver Kadarius Toney and left tackle, Andrew Thomas, both nursing injuries.

Rams vs. Giants Betting Trends

  • The Rams are 6-4 in their last 10 road games.
  • The Rams are 2-3 against the spread in their last five road games.
  • The totals have gone under in two of the Rams’ last five games against the Giants.
  • The Giants are 4-2 in their last six home games against the Rams.
  • The Giants are 3-7 against the spread in their last 10 home games.
  • The totals have gone over in 4 of the Giants’ last five home games against the Rams.

Rams vs. Giants Expert Betting Predictions

The Rams get a significant advantage due to their performance since the start of the season. After scoring 25 points or more in four of their first five games of the season, it’s clear that they have the offensive abilities to take on the best teams in the league. Nevertheless, there’s still a good reason to back the Giants in this contest. Covering the spread should be doable for the team with the help of home-field advantage, but winning might be a stretch considering that a good number of their starters are questionable to play.

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*All odds stated are subject to change without prior notice.