The St. Louis Rams suffered an emotional loss to the Carolina Panthers, 30-15 Sunday afternoon.
The bigger story is on the franchise quarterback, Sam Bradford who left the game at the 5:22 mark in the 4th quarter after an awkward buckle to his left knee.
Bradford stepped back for a pass and scrambled to his right. Carolina Panther’s starting safety, Mike Mitchell pushed Bradford out of bounds and his knee clearly gave out on him.
We still don’t know any of the details on his injury, as Bradford is scheduled for an MRI upon the teams return to St. Louis on Sunday Night. However, there are signs that Sundays game at Carolina will be Bradfords last game of the season:
Rams are bracing for QB Sam Bradford being out for the season after suffering knee injury today. MRI will determine exact severity
— Jason La Canfora (@JasonLaCanfora) October 20, 2013
Rams QB Sam Bradford is scheduled to undergo an MRI on his left knee tonight and the team is concerned.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) October 20, 2013
After the game, Sam Bradford was spotted wearing a big brace on his left knee and walking with crutches.
Brace yourselves RamsNation. This season could get ugly without our franchise quarterback under center.