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St. Louis Rams Injury Update: Amendola Likely Out (Again), Jackson Probable

If the losing streak that started after the Arizona game in Week 5 wasn’t  bad enough, there is an injury plague that seems to be “streaking” through the St. Louis Rams roster. Although Scott Wells and Rodger Saffold seem to be a “go” for the game on Sunday, the skill players on the team are falling like flies.

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With Amendola out, the St. Louis Rams will likely give Brian Quick and Chris Givens significantly more snaps than they had last week against the New York Jets. It also means that Bradford will likely have to rely more on Lance Kendricks and Steven Jackson out of the backfield, or, at least, they hope…

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Jackson is excepted to play, much like he did for most of the season with a “questionable” status. However, losing Kendricks and Amendola could truly be devastating to an offense that was completely stagnate against the New York Jets last Sunday in the Edward Jones Dome. The loss of those key players on offense may be an even bigger deal with the “second wind” of the Arizona Cardinals secondary, which picked off Matt Ryan five time last week. Lucky for the Rams, Lindley will be getting the start at quarterback. Expect a low scoring game…

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