QB - LAR
Week 12 Outlook
Rams quarterback Matthew Stafford, who was on bye last week, is dealing with pain in his throwing arm, elbow, and ankle, as well as chronic back pain.
It's a long list of ailments for Stafford, who intends to play through the injuries. The veteran has had a fantastic season up to this point, completing 245 passes for 3,014 yards, 24 touchdowns, and eight interceptions. He remains a mid-range QB1 option as long as he continues to suit up.
Matthew Stafford completed 26-of-41 passes for 243 yards with one touchdown and two interceptions on Monday against the 49ers.
It is the second consecutive game with two interceptions for Stafford and the first time since his rookie season in which he threw a pick-six in back-to-back weeks. It was the first week without Robert Woods, while Odell Beckham was playing on very limited snaps.
Matthew Stafford completed 31-of-48 passes for 294 yards with one touchdown and two interceptions on Sunday against the Titans.
It was by far the worst performance from the season for Stafford. He threw two early interceptions, one that was taken to the house by Kevin Byard. He did throw a late garbage time touchdown to Sony Michel. Stafford will look to rebound next week against a struggling 49ers defense.
Rams QB Matthew Stafford (back) is active for Sunday's Week 9 game against the Titans.
As expected. Stafford missed some practice time this week but was never really in jeopardy of missing this one.
Rams head coach Sean McVay has said that he expects Matthew Stafford to play on Sunday despite not practicing on Friday.
It is the same ordeal for Robert Woods. It is a bit of a concern for Stafford after not practicing all week. The tough part is he plays Sunday night so Ben Roethlisberger and Justin Fields would be your only alternative plays on Monday night.