Social media takes notice of how the Packers-Rams game ends for the over-under point total

Under bettors you can rest easy.

Aaron Rodgers and the Packers finished off the Los Angeles Rams on Monday night with a 15-play, 82-yard drive in the final 8:51 of the fourth quarter while up 24-12. But it appeared they were going for more.

They even threw into the end zone on a third down after the 2-minute warning and then went for it on fourth down at the 4-yard line.

But after an Aaron Jones rush to the 1-yard line with 1:39 left, Rodgers lined up in victory formation and took three kneel downs. The game was over. The Packers won, 24-12.

But in gambling terms, with the over-under at 39 (according to Tipico Sports) and 39.5 in other books, it was an under.

That wasn’t lost on social media with how the game was playing out.

The Packers had several chances on offense to add to their total on a couple possessions in the second half but came up short. There was a Jones fumble on one possession after a Rasul Douglas interception in Rams territory and then they couldn’t capitalize on a Keisean Nixon that put them in good field position.

The Packers covered the 7-point spread so anyone who picked Green Bay was more than pleased as they comfortably won with the 12-point margin.

The Packers secured the straight up win, nonetheless, their second straight – the first time in over two months they have won consecutive games.