• Brandon Bate

Rams vs. Giants: Win/loss predictions for Week 4

The Los Angeles Rams (2-1) play host to the New York Giants (0-3) in SoFi in Week 4. After a disappointing, but hard fought loss to the Bills last Sunday the Rams have a prime opportunity to bounce back this week.

Can the Rams make light work of a struggling Giants' squad and keep pace in a stout NFC West division? The BTH crew make their predictions...


The Rams lost in the final moments in Buffalo, but came out of that game looking like the real deal. They get their first layup of the season this week when the New York Football Giants visit SoFi and I'm guessing the Rams take advantage and keep things low-stress for all of us watching from home. Not sure how many points the Rams new yellow pants are worth here, but...

Prediction: Rams win, 30-13

Joey the Jerk

The New York Giants should not win this game and they won’t. The Rams rushing attack will continue to dominate, this time securing a healthy lead.

Prediction: Rams win, 45-13


Just the like the Rams in the first half against Buffalo - no rush I’m going to go with the Rams. The Giants are not a good team, and the Rams will be looking to bounce back after the near-win last week. The Rams offense is finally starting to click, this will be a great game for them to put it all together after being so inconsistent last week.

Prediction: Rams win, 33-20


Holy crap are the New York Giants bad. And that's WITHOUT a declining Eli Manning. Remember Eli? That guy rocked. He pulled off miraculous plays despite looking like he's never played football before. Like if a newborn horse was given a helmet and an NFL franchise to lead.

Prediction: Rams win, 75-3

Eddie P

After last week’s tough matchup (which we should’ve won! Shoulda, coulda, woulda…) the LA Rams get a gimme W in Week 4 against the winless Giants.

Rams’ HC Sean McVay will have his mob ready to roll on Daniel Jones. The team doesn’t seem to underestimate opponents under McVay. The point of interest will be how good will the defense look? If they’re not forcefully stout against these lowly Giants, I don’t know… but that ain’t it, Slim.…

Prediction: Rams win, 34-10


I never want to undersell an opponent, but idk which team in NY is worse, which says a lot about the Giants. Look for Goff to extend his hot hand and the defense to put together 4 quarters.

Prediction: Rams win, 24-9


I rarely award moral victories. It’s hard to deny the Rams one for their 2nd half comeback against the Bills. But they started off too slow and paid for it with a loss. This week, there will be no sort of any morale victories or bounce back awards. This Giants team absolutely stinks. The Rams do not. So anything less than a multiple TD win won’t be cause for much celebration from me. I’d like to see them just ruin all hopes and dreams for New York with an emphatic performance on defense and work their way back to the top of the NFC standings.

Prediction: Rams win, 31-10


The Rams are going to stomp the Giants and my fantasy team will be a primary beneficiary.

Prediction: Rams win, 31-13


The Giants fly all the way to Los Angeles to star in new film titled "Sol Pants Kicked Our Ass."I try to be rational when I make my weekly prediction, but the Giants are such a bad team, even Kurt Warner will find it difficult to pick them in this one.I'll be surprised if this doesn't end up as the most lopsided Rams victory of 2020.

Prediction: Rams win, 40-13


The Rams are going all out in this one. Expect the offense to essentially do whatever they please, with the defense teeing off to boot. Daniel Jones will continue to be turnover machine, and the Rams' defense will benefit from it. Big dub for the good guys

Prediction: Rams win, 41-13


When every man wants completions, why does he go on creating interceptions?

Prediction: Rams win, 41-12


I probably don't need to waste your time with a bunch of words here. The Rams should easily handle their business at home this weekend and move to 3-1 on the season. Anything else would be uncivilized.

Prediction: Rams win, 42-10

Staff pick summary: 12 picks for the Rams, 0 picks for the Giants