If there’s anybody out there who has been waiting to see Kellen Clemens under center for the Rams, you are probably going to get your wish on Sunday. Starting quarterback Sam Bradford was still in a walking boot on Friday, and it seems highly probable that he will be inactive on Sunday when the Bengals come to town. Bradford hasn’t been ruled out yet, but all indications are that Clemens will be getting the start. I said this earlier in the week, but I’m fine with Sam getting healthy over these last few weeks. I certainly think he should play if he’s healthy, but it’s not worth it to run him out there at this point. If there are any other Oregon Ducks fans besides me in the St. Louis area, you will enjoy seeing Clemens this weekend.
It looks like Mark LeVoir will be out Sunday as well, as he did not practice Friday and is listed as doubtful. James Hall and Justin King also didn’t practice, but they are listed as questionable. It looks like everyone else on the injury list from this week should be ready to play, although Chris Long, Quinn Porter and Fred Robbins are also questionable. I think those three will play, but they certainly aren’t sure things.