The St. Louis Rams have mounting problems this season. They are win less, have one of the leagues worst offenses, and are likely to be without the services of top quarterback Sam Bradford against the New Orleans Saints this Sunday.
Bradford is in serious jeopardy of missing his second straight game after suffering a high ankle sprain towards the end of the Rams 24-3 loss loss to the Green Bay Packers in week six.
He has not practiced at all this week and is officially listed as questionable.
That of course would mean the start would go to backup A.J. Feely once again, who started for Bradford last week in their lopsided loss to the up-and-down Dallas Cowboys.
It was Feely’s first start since 2007, and the rust showed as he connected on only 55 percent of his passes for 216 yards and one interception, leading the Rams to points only once after a Steven Jackson touchdown run.
Last week the Saints defense was dominate against the Colts after holding them to just over 200 yards of total offense and allowing only one touchdown. Facing the lowly Rams offense, without Bradford, should translate into another dominate performance.