The St. Louis Rams (2-11) have an increasingly tough challenge facing them in Week 15, when they square off against the Cincinatti Bengals (7-6). According to the Rams official Twitter account, the team may be without their top quarterback for another week:
Spagnuolo says it "will be hard" to get Bradford to the game. Clemens likely starter.— St. Louis Rams (@STLouisRams) December 16, 2011
QB Sam Bradford, who has been struggling with a high ankle sprain for several weeks, has already missed three games in the 2011 NFL season. The bad news continues as the team is also without the services of backup quarterback A.J. Feeley, who has already been ruled out with a right thumb injury.
The Rams will instead be forced to start six-year veteran QB Kellen Clemens, who has not played in a game since 2010, and has not started an NFL game since 2009.
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