The Los Angeles Rams QB Matthew Stafford suffered a concussion that kept him out for Week 10. He returned from his concussion for the Rams’ Week 11 matchup against the Saints, but he now once again finds himself in the concussion protocol. He has already been ruled out for Week 12 against the Kansas City Chiefs, but it turns out that the concussion might not be the reason why.
Rams Head Coach Sean McVay revealed that Stafford felt numbness in his legs after taking a hit during the loss to the Saints and is currently dealing with a neck injury.
The Rams currently on the outside of the playoff picture with a 3-7 record, it wouldn’t be surprising to see the Rams take a cautious approach to this next injury and shut Stafford down for the year.
Rams QB Matthew Stafford. Photo courtsey of Jason Allen/ISI Photos/Getty Images