ST. LOUIS (AP) The St. Louis Rams have done a good job of filling in for injured wide receiver Danny Amendola.
The team's leading receiver injured his shoulder against Arizona on Oct. 4, missed Sunday's loss at Miami and is expected to miss at least another three games.
The rest of the receivers picked up the slack against the Dolphins with 10 players making a catch.
While Amendola was the go-to guy from his slot position recording team highs in receptions (32) and yards (395), the Rams have had several other players contribute. That has made the transition easier.
"Out here we have a lot of guys who are very smart and very intelligent and they really take pride in understanding the offense and knowing what people have to do around you," said Austin Pettis, who had one catch against Miami.
"That just helps you so much more when you're going out there to read a defense, understand concepts. I think that's why we're meshing pretty well in the receiver room because everyone kind o...