St. Louis Rams QB Sam Bradford has been limited for this entire week. Bradford had been listed as questionable for most of the week, with recently acquired Kellen Clemens getting the bulk of the reps in practice. It was expected Bradford would not be able to suit up on Sunday. Now, it's official.
ESPN insider Adam Schefter tweeted that recently acquired Clemens will get the start for the Rams versus the Cincinnati Bengals.
Bradford has been battling an ankle sprain for the past few weeks. He even missed a game two weeks ago in which backup A.J. Feeley filled in, but Feeley also sustained an injury that kept him out last week, forcing Bradford back into action last week on Monday Night Football.
Given Clemens' unfamiliarity with the offense and his limited practice time, it's safe to say that the Rams' offensive woes will continue this week against the Bengals. Here we go again.