The St. Louis Rams (2-12) expect to hobble into their Week 16 matchup against the Pittsburgh Steelers (10-4) as the Rams appear likely to once again be without their top two quarterbacks. According to their official Twitter account, the Rams were without QB Sam Bradford, QB A.J. Feeley and CB Justin King once again on Thursday's practice.
Head coach Steve Spagnuolo also mentioned that Bradford "would be considered doubtful" against the Steelers this Saturday, and as such will not know his status for certain until before gametime.
In Week 15 against the Cincinnati Bengals (8-6), the Rams started veteran QB Kellen Clemens -- who actually posted a respectable line, completing 25 of 36 attempts for 229 yards, 1 touchdown and no interceptions. If Bradford and Feeley are unable to play on Saturday, Clemens is expected to start again.
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