The St. Louis Rams defeated the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday, 19-14. The Rams made it through the crucial NFC West win, suffering just two injuries during the game -- and only one of the injuries was serious enough to force a player from the game.
Backup defensive end Eugene Sims exited the game in the second half, after sustaining a head injury. Though Jeff Fisher and the Rams have yet to give an official statement on Sims, he likely suffered a concussion. There is a strong possibility that Sims will sit out Week 5's contest against the Arizona Cardinals, if he indeed suffered a concussion during Sunday's win.
Defensive tackle Michael Brockers did leave the game on Sunday with an ankle injury, but later returned to action.
St. Louis will now get ready to play host to the NFL's most surprising team on Thursday night, when they host the Cardinals, in an NFC West showdown.