Tuesday, November 4, 2008

Week 9 Arizona Cardinals vs. St. Louis Rams - Injury Report

NFL injuries play a key part in every NFL game. This weeks game between the Arizona Cardinals and St. Louis Rams will be no different. The below injury report is from NFL.com. The Arizona Cardinals key injury is to Neil Rackers. This game could come down to a kick from either Neil Rackers or Josh Brown. The St. Louis Rams key injuries are of course to Steven Jackson, Leonard Little, and Adam Carriker. Steven Jackson is still a game time decision and we need him. A balanced attack can help out Marc Bulger who is still not playing well. Little and Carriker will probably both be out this week. This is huge. We need a pass rush to get to Kurt Warner, to slow down the Cardinals. The Rams will now need a huge game from Chris Long and James Hall. The Rams will not win if Kurt gets 4+ seconds to pass.

Arizona Cardinals Injury Report

































































NamePositionInjuryPractice StatusGame Status
Leonard PopeTEAnkleDid Not Participate In PracticeOut
Early DoucetWRGroinLimited Participation in PracticeQuestionable
Travis LaBoyDEGroinLimited Participation in PracticeQuestionable
Sean MoreyWRHamstringLimited Participation in PracticeQuestionable
Ben PatrickTEKneeLimited Participation in PracticeQuestionable
Aaron FranciscoSAnkleFull Participation in PracticeProbable
Neil RackersKRight CalfFull Participation in PracticeProbable
Eric GreenCBKneeLimited Participation in PracticeProbable

St. Louis Rams Injury Report



















































NamePositionInjuryPractice StatusGame Status
Drew BennettWRFootDid Not Participate In PracticeOut
Todd JohnsonSkidneyDid Not Participate In PracticeOut
Adam CarrikerDTAnkleLimited Participation in PracticeQuestionable
Tye HillCBKneeLimited Participation in PracticeQuestionable
Steven JacksonRBThighLimited Participation in PracticeQuestionable
Leonard LittleDEHamstringLimited Participation in PracticeQuestionable

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