The fourth week of the NFL season ends with an NFC West battle between the Los Angeles Rams and their California counterpart, the San Francisco 49ers. This should be a competitive game, and BetMGM Sportsbook is offering new users a up to $1,000 bonus with the newest BetMGM bonus code PLAY1000.
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BetMGM Sportsbook Monday Night Football preview: Los Angeles Rams at San Francisco 49ers
As division rivals, these two teams have a lot of history. Last year, the 49ers swept the Rams in the regular season before the Rams came back to edge them out in the NFC championship game. As they meet for the first time this season, oddsmakers believe this will be a close game and a lower-scoring one, as it’s among the lowest point totals for Week 4 games.
The Rams have found their way back atop the NFC West after wins over the Atlanta Falcons and Arizona Cardinals in the last two weeks. Their offense has started to find its rhythm, though it is not in midseason form yet. The pass offense, usually a top five contender, is 17th in passing yards per game heading into Week 4. Aaron Donald and the defense have performed well, which will make San Francisco’s job of keeping Jimmy Garoppolo upright harder. He was sacked four times in the 49ers’ loss to Denver last week and is now without veteran left tackle Trent Williams.
Despite the uncertainty under center, San Francisco’s defense is among the best in the league. It is averaging just 227 yards of total offense allowed, the second-lowest in the league, and it has allowed the fewest passing yards per game, which could be interesting for Matthew Stafford’s pass-heavy offense. The San Francisco defense has allowed just two passing touchdowns this year.