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NFL Injury Report:
St. Louis Rams coach Jeff Fisher has announced that wide
receiver Danny Amendola is shaping up to be a game-time decision Sunday against
the Buffalo Bills, while running back Stephen Jackson is probable to play.
WR Danny Amendola (foot), LB Mario Haggan (elbow) are questionable. Coach Jeff Fisher said Amendola will be a game time decision.
— St. Louis Rams (@STLouisRams) December 7, 2012
Amendola did not practice Wednesday and continued to sport a
walking boot to protect his injured heel. The wide receiver was able to shed
the boot on Thursday and was a limited participant in practice over the past
Amendola has been dealing with injuries throughout the
season, but when he’s been healthy enough to play he’s been productive,
catching 51 passes for 576 yards and two touchdowns.
Beyond Amendola, Rams linebacker Mario Haggan is also
questionable due to an elbow injury, while St. Louis has already ruled tight
end Mike McNeill (thigh) out against the Bills. Jackson and offensive lineman
Scott Wells, who are both recovering from foot injuries, are expected to suit
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Wide receiver Danny Amendola and running back Stephen
Jackson both practiced Thursday for the St. Louis Rams, while center Scott Wells
was among the players that were out for yesterday’s session.
Jackson and Amendola both missed practice Wednesday. Jackson
was sidelined due to a foot injury, while Amendola has been hampered by a
lingering heel injury.
Jackson was a full...
St. Louis receiver Danny Amendola is out for the Rams' game against the Buffalo Bills on Sunday.
Amendola is nursing a foot injury, and missed his fifth game this season. He still leads the team in receptions (51) and yards (576).
Bills' top receiver Stevie Johnson is active after being limited in practice on Thursday and Friday because of a hamstring injury. Receiver Donald...
Rams wideout Danny Amendola was a limited participant in Friday's practice. He's questionable for Sunday's game against Buffalo because of a heel injury.
Amendola will be a game-time decision and even if he plays, hell likely be on a snap count. If youre looking to use a St. Louis receiver this week, Chris Givens (16 catches, 207 yards in his last two games...
Rams running back Steven Jackson stayed on track for his eighth straight 1,000-yard season with 64 yards and a touchdown Sunday at Buffalo.Fantasy Spin:Jackson seemed to be losing his job to rookie Daryl Richardson in the middle of the season but he's rebounded with 433 yards and two scores on 106 carries in his last five games.
The St. Louis Rams will play against the Buffalo Bills on Sunday at 1 p.m. EST. Both teams had expectations before the season began that they would be chasing after a wild card spot when Week 14 rolled around. Instead both teams find themselves riddled with questions.
St. Louis has not addressed the issues at wide receiver and have been inconsistent throughout the year. The player...
By all reckoning, the Rams were fortunate to come away with a win against the 49ers. If not for eight points put on the board by an opportunistic defense - with help from the referees, the NFL's arcane challenge rules, and a bizarre and poorly executed option play - the Rams lose. And if that had happened, one play would have stood out above all others as the crux of the loss...
Somewhere along the change in servers the last few True or False articles were deleted. Unfortunately I do not have the standings due to this. Things like this happen so no big deal.
That said, we’ll march forward into a few week and see what the writers at Queen City Sports believe are true or false in regards to the Bills-Rams game.
1. The Bills defense will hold the Rams offense...
ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. -- Sam Bradford threw a 13-yard touchdown pass to Brandon Gibson with 48 seconds remaining as the St. Louis Rams nipped the Buffalo Bills 15-12 at soggy Ralph Wilson Stadium. The Rams, who won three straight for the first time in six seasons, improved to 6-6-1 and kept alive their playoff hopes. The Bills dropped to 5-8 and are almost assured of missing the playoffs...
St. Louis Rams at Buffalo Bills Rams WR Danny Amendola (foot)
Jock to Doc take: Amendola has been limited in practice this week, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports. This is a good sign for fantasy owners, who have dealt with his absence since Nov. 18 due to a bruised heel/foot injury. If Amendola is active this week, it will certainly give Sam Bradford a boost in the passing...
Russ Salvatore for Wall of Fame!
Yes, the Bills making the playoffs are about as slim as me winning the NYS Powerball. They are 5-7 and have a great shot at being one game below .500 with a win. Hooray! This week, they take on the St. Louis Rams. As we do every week, we are joined by the opposing team's blogger. The fine folks over at Rams Herd answer all my questions about...
John Snyder: Bills 19-14
Low scoring game. St. Louis is the better team but the weather will give the dome team some problem and the Bills will win an ugly game that is now SOLD OUT
Ryan Talbot: Bills 27-19
The Bills win late with a field goal. If Danny Amendola plays, he has a field day on Buffalo, but the defense does enough to keep the Rams out of the end zone.