The Los Angeles Rams have looked solid in the Colorado snow against the Denver Broncos. Entering the half, they hold a 13-3 lead and the game hasn’t seemed as close as the score would indicate.
Injuries, however, continue to bite the Rams. WR Cooper Kupp and DL Michael Brockers both left the game during the 2nd quarter. Kupp’s injury was from a horse-collar tackle from former St. Louis Ram Darian Stewart and it looked ugly.
Cooper Kupp's injury (he was carted off) #LARams pic.twitter.com/IzOYpwSrBo— New Account (@ftbeard_17) October 14, 2018
Given the chemistry between QB Jared Goff and Kupp, Rams fans everywhere are hoping that this is one of those instances where the replay is worse than the injury. If it’s as bad as it looks..... oof.
Brockers was injured when he landed awkwardly on his shoulder at the end of a play. Several players came down on top of him as he went to the ground, but it didn’t look to be too serious as he stayed on the sideline after getting seen by the trainers.
Kupp and Brockers are both officially questionable to return in the 2nd half.
UPDATE: Brockers was reinserted back into the game pretty quickly, while Kupp came back on to start the 2nd half.