As if the Denver Broncos shouldn’t have already been afraid, the duo of Brandin Cooks and Cooper Kupp were cleared from the concussion protocol and will play Sunday in Denver:
This is obviously great news for one of the best offenses (best) in the league. Not that they needed these two to go per-se, but having the speed of Cooks and the route running ability and hands that Kupp offers will only help the Rams offense continue their dominance.
Last week versus the Seattle Seahawks both receivers were knocked out of the game due to concussions with Cooks’ coming prior to Kupp’s. Second-year receiver Josh Reynolds and rookie KhaDarel Hodge stepped in and did a fantastic job ensuring the drop-off in play wasn’t visible. Reynolds immediately caught two passes for 39 yards and had a reverse go for another 10 yards. Hodge registered his first NFL reception for a first down.
Looks like the Rams offense will be full-go again come Sunday. Let the fun begin!