NS Los Angeles Rams will be saying goodbye to their week in the NFL, and it looks like that week off hasn’t allowed starting quarterback Matthew Stafford to fully recover from his long list of injuries. The 7-3 Rams played relatively well, and Stafford played brilliantly for LA, scoring 3,014 passes with a 67.7% completion rate, with 24 eye-opening touches. No reports have been made on whether Stafford will play in the Rams’ Week 12 game against Green Bay Packers, as Ari Meirov tweeted:
#Rams QB Matthew Stafford “has been hit all over the head” and is dealing with ankle pain, pain in his throwing arm/elbow and back pain that has been described as “chronic”, according to the report. @diannaESPN. NS #Rams is in the freezing Lambeau Fields today to take on #Packers.
– Ari Meirov (@MySportsUpdate) November 28, 2021
As the Rams prepared for the game against the Packers at Lambeau Field, Stafford expressed excitement and enthusiasm to be playing at the Packers’ home ground. New York Post’s Mark Cannizzaro write more on Stafford’s thoughts regarding Lambeau:
“I love playing in the snow there. It’s what you dreamed of as a child to play the Packer at Lambeau Field in the snow. [I] Don’t think it will snow this week, but it will be beautiful and chilly, which is always fun. ”
While Stafford has been managing a variety of injuries, such as ankle injury arises in Week 9, and it remains to be seen whether Matthew Stafford’s love for Lambeau Field carries the Rams through the game.
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