The hits just keep on coming for the St. Louis Rams in a nightmare 2011 season. Although it isn't their fault that someone scheduled the team for a prime-time Monday Night Football in Week 14 against the Seattle Seahawks, it turns out the general betting public doesn't want to commit any of their hard-earned money towards the game.
Richard Gardner, Bodog.com Sportsbook Manager, recently said that the Rams-Seahawks game is on pace to produce the least wagering action for a Monday Night Football game in at least a decade:
If you thought Week 13 Monday Night Football game was not a great matchup, this week may be one of the worst possible as a fan or as a bettor. With Bradford and Feeley both being questionable, and the fact that the game is on the West Coast this game is pacing to be the lowest bet Monday Night Football game since I have been at Bodog (which is over ten years).
Apparently the prospect of Tom Brandstater doesn't get people too excited. For full odds and lines on the Week 14 matchups, make sure to head over to the SB Nation NFL Odds page, powered by SB Nation partner Oddshark.
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