Free NFL ATS Picks, and Odds For October 8, 2017: Seattle Seahawks at Los Angeles Rams.

Written and authored by National Football League Expert Analyst Greg Nelson. produces it for Football Betting news and notes.

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The (2-2) Seattle Seahawks of the National Football Conference West Division will be in “TINSEL TOWN” for a week five divisional matchup.

Seattle play’s the (3-1) Los Angeles Rams also of the NFC West in 2017 National Football League action. Game time is at 4:05 PM EST on Sunday. October 8, 2017. The CBS Television Network will broadcast the game.

The teams will play at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum in Los Angeles, California.

Winning Football Handicapper has a theoretical insight on the important game as the Seahawks look to inch closer to the division lead. Seattle did a great job of making the second-half adjustment last Sunday Night.

The Los Angeles Rams are one of the surprise teams so far in the season. Season-One in Southern California was a disaster, but team members are feeling more comfortable in the 2017-18 season.

The Opening Betting line has the Los Angeles Rams as a Two And A Half Point Home Underdog Against The Point Spread. The Betting Odds Total is Forty-Seven And A Half Points for Sunday’s contest.


The Seattle Seahawks beat the Indianapolis Colts in front of a National Television audience last Sunday Night.

Seattle trailed the game at the half before scoring a franchise-high thirty-six points in the third and fourth quarters.

Seattle also got their first point spread cover of the season. The “HAWKS” have lost their last four straight up against the Rams on the road.

Quarterback Russell Wilson threw for nearly three hundred yards with two touchdowns and a pair of interceptions in the victory.

However Rookie Running Back Chris Carson broke his leg in the final quarter and will be out until December.

The Seahawks defense scored twice in Sundays win over Indianapolis. However, there were a few casualties on defense as Cliff Avril is out indefinitely with numbness in his arm.

Head Coach Pete Carroll will have the Seahawks suspect offensive line ready against a ferocious Rams defensive front.

The key to a Seattle victory is to play aggressively from opening kickoff by making bone-crushing hits.

Bovada.Lv has the Seattle Seahawks Over and Under win total at Ten And A Half Games for the 2017-18 season.


The 2017-18 Los Angeles Rams are off to a fantastic start to the season. The first year Head Coach Sean McVay is one of the youngest coaches in the National Football League.

The Miami University alumni have fans in the second largest city in America ready to compete for a postseason slot in the 2017-18 season.

Running Back Todd Gurley and quarterback Jared Goff are the headliners on offense. The tandem did a magnificent job in last Sunday’s road upset win over “AMERICA’S TEAM” Dallas Cowboys.

Eastern Washington University alumni Cooper Kupp is productive at the wideout position and will get a test Sunday against the “LEGION OF BOOM.”

When talking about the Los Angeles Rams the first thing that comes to mind in the ferocious defensive line led by Aaron Donald and Robert Quinn. Defensive Tackle Michael Brockers can also be mentioned in the conversation.

The Los Angeles Rams offense must be ready for physical games against the Seattle defense; they must not get intimidated.

Bovada.Lv has the Los Angeles Rams at Over Five And A Half Wins for the 2017-18 season.

Winning, NFL Expert Predictions.

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