ST. LOUIS -- Missing starting quarterback Sam Bradford, the St. Louis Rams' offense has suffered.
Kellen Clemens' best quality might be durability.
"Mondays are a little tougher than they were the first seven weeks of the season, but that's part of the job," Clemens said Wednesday.
Clemens is set to make his seventh start as Bradford's stand-in Sunday against the New Orleans Saints, his most action by far since making eight starts for the Jets in 2007.
Clemens has been banged around plenty and is 6-12 for his career as a starter. But he hasn't missed a snap. The Rams haven't needed new backup Austin Davis, who was beaten out by Clemens in training camp.
"We got him hit way too many times last week, but every time he got right back up," offensive tackle Jake Long said. "We apologized to him and he's like, "It's fine, let's go.'"
The Rams were 3-4 with Bradford, recuperating from left knee surgery. They're 2-4 without the first overall pick of the 2010 draft and have totaled 23 ...