t’s never too early to start looking ahead, especially if you’re a fan of a team like the Los Angeles Rams who went 5-12 and missed the postseason in 2022 just one year after winning the Super Bowl. Here, we are discussing Rams 2024 Super Bowl odds.
As of now, at DraftKings Sportsbook, the Rams are +6000 to win the Super Bowl. That ranks 23rd of the 32 NFL teams.
The Rams unquestionably have a lot to sort out this offseason and that will determine where they stand going into the 2023 season.
Rams general manager Les Snead and head coach Sean McVay could go a variety of directions. The Rams still have a solid core of stars that includes Matthew Stafford, Cooper Kupp, and Aaron Donald. All are very expensive though and the Rams do not have very much cap space to work with to improve the roster, which is why the direction of the franchise is up in the air.
Here are the odds as of now.
Rams 2024 Super Bowl Odds (Updated March 28, 2023)
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Rams 2024 Super Bowl chances
The Rams currently have the 23rd-best odds to win next year’s Super Bowl.
Health was obviously the biggest issue for the Rams in 2022 with Stafford, Kupp, Donald and just about every offensive lineman on the roster missing significant time. It’s hard to predict health, but if the Rams can just keep those guys healthy then that bodes well for a bounce-back season in 2023.
If the Rams want to significantly improve their Super Bowl odds and enter the top half of the NFC playoff picture then it would likely take some sort of blockbuster move this offseason. The Rams are obviously known for taking big swings, but that does not appear to be the direction they are choosing this offseason.
Outside of their first-round pick in 2023, the Rams have a full complement of draft picks at their disposal for the next two years. This front office hasn’t picked in the first round since 2016, typically using those to acquire known commodities.
They could do that again and if so it may drastically improve their Super Bowl odds. Until that happens though, the Rams are right where they belong in the lower-middle of the pack.