The Week 11 matchup between the Los Angeles Rams and New Orleans Saints has turned into a virtual must-win game for both teams. The Saints are betting favorites at home against the Super Bowl champs.
The Rams’ championship defense has unraveled during a three-game losing streak. Cooper Kupp has been placed on IR, and Matthew Stafford could miss a second straight game with a concussion. The Saints are tied for the worst record in the conference. Andy Dalton is in danger of being benched for Jameis Winston.
Let’s take a look at some key statistics and information about this matchup.
When is Los Angeles Rams vs. New Orleans Week 11?
Date/Time: Nov. 20, 1 p.m. ET
Arena: Caesars Superdome, New Orleans
How to watch: FOX
Opening odds: Saints -3 | LAR +120, NOLA -140 | O/U 39.5
Week 11 Rams vs. Saints Betting Odds
Here’s the latest point spread and total for Sunday’s game.
Week 11 — Rams vs. Saints Stats to Know
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- Rams are 3-6 straight up and 2-6-1 ATS
- Saints are 3-7 straight up and ATS
- Saints are 0-3 to the over in the last three games
- Rams have scored 17 points or fewer in five of the last six games
- Rams are second-to-last in yards per play (4.7) and yards per game (282.7)
- Saints are ninth in passing yards per game (237.7)
- Rams are last in rushing yards per game (68.1)
- Saints have given up at least 27 points in five of the last seven games
- Rams are third in yards allowed per rush (3.9) and fourth in rushing yards allowed per game (96.1)
- Matthew Stafford has fewer than two touchdown passes in seven of eight starts, and John Wolford is averaging 221.5 passing yards in two career starts
- Andy Dalton and Jameis Winston have combined to throw the most interceptions (12)
- Allen Robinson is averaging 46.3 receiving yards in the last four games
- Chris Olave is averaging 65.0 receiving yards in the last six games
- Darrell Henderson has fewer than 28 rushing yards in five of the last seven games
- Alvin Kamara has fewer than 50 rushing yards in three of the last four games