The Los Angeles Rams (10-1) are back in the driver’s seat to earn home-field advantage in the NFL playoffs. L.A. has the NFC’s best record with the New Orleans Saints’ (10-2) loss to the Dallas Cowboys (7-5) Thursday night.

Thursday’s contest was key to the Rams’ hopes of getting the NFC’s No.1 seed because the Saints own the head-to-head tiebreaker. The odds might favor Los Angeles winning the rest of their regular-season games since the team has such an easy schedule.

Over the final five weeks of the season, the Rams will only face one team that has a record above .500. Things only get tougher for the Saints, who have just one team below .500 on their remaining schedule.

The Rams are heavy favorites in Week 13, despite playing on the road. Los Angeles is laying 10 points in their road game against the Detroit Lions (4-7), according to OddsShark. The Lions have four losses in their last five games.

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Todd Gurley II #30 of the Los Angeles Rams runs the ball and dives forward during a game against the New Orleans Saints at Mercedes-Benz Superdome on November 4, 2018 in New Orleans, Louisiana. Wesley Hitt/Getty Images

Los Angeles will take on their most formidable opponent in Week 14 when they visit the Chicago Bears (8-3). Chicago would move to just one game behind L.A. in the standings with a victory over the Rams, putting them in the conversation for a first-round playoff bye.

In Week 15, the Rams will host the Philadelphia Eagles (5-6), who have looked nothing like the defending Super Bowl champions all season. The Eagles are 1-3 on the road, and they lost 48-7 when they visited New Orleans two weeks ago.

The Arizona Cardinals (2-9) and San Francisco 49ers (2-9) are tied for the worst record in football and battling to get the No.1 pick in the 2019 NFL Draft. They are the final two teams on the Rams’ schedule. L.A. visits Arizona in Week 16 and hosts San Francisco in Week 17. The Rams have beaten the Cardinals and 49ers by a combined 63 points in their two matchups this season.

The Rams started the season on an eight-game winning streak, finally losing on the road to the Saints in Week 9. Los Angeles beat the Kansas City Chiefs (54-51) in a battle of arguably the NFL’s two best teams in their most recent game.

No one has beaten the Rams in Los Angeles this season.