OBJ to Rams: How Does the Signing Impact Los Angeles' Super Bowl Odds?

Odell Beckham Jr. has signed with the Los Angeles Rams. How does it impact their Super Bowl odds?
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Thu, November 11, 4:25 PM EST | 4 min read
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OBJ to Rams: How Does the Signing Impact Los Angeles' Super Bowl Odds?

Well, that was a hectic 20 minutes or so. We finally received confirmation that Odell Beckham Jr. is in fact going to be a Los Angeles Ram. At first, it appeared like Adam Schefter jumped the gun reporting the news, Josina Anderson said that he was still deciding, and then 20 minutes later we had an answer.

The dynamic playmaker will be joining a stacked Rams offense that features Matthew Stafford, who is a legit MVP candidate, and Cooper Kupp who is already over 1,000 receiving yards and double-digit touchdowns. Plus, Robert Woods and Van Jefferson are no slouches at the position either.

Before the trade deadline, the Rams decided to add Von Miller via trade and now, it’s Odell after he cleared waivers. So far this season, it’s been a down year for Odell Beckham who is averaging just 38.7 yards per game and he has yet to get into the endzone.

Excluding his injury-shortened 2017 season, OBJ started his career with over 1,000 receiving yards from 2014-2019. More injuries derailed him in Cleveland and over three years, he finished with just 1,586 yards in 29 games played. 

Looking at the Rams Super Bowl odds, they are still tied for the third-best odds in the league behind the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Buffalo Bills. Both Arizona and Los Angeles come in at +900. In some places, the odds moved from either +800 or +750 to +700. Keep an eye out, there may be more movement as the fallout from this signing continues.

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