NFC West injury report, Week 15: Rams injuries pile up

Scott Rovak-US PRESSWIRE

The St. Louis Rams keep on unexpectedly winning, but their players are dropping like flies.

The St. Louis Rams won their third straight game Sunday against the Buffalo Bills, but in the process lost defensive back Craig Dahl to a concussion and offensive lineman Rodger Saffold to a back injury. They were without oft-injured wide receiver Danny Amendola to start the game as well.

However, Jeff Fisher said Monday that he wouldn't be surprised if all three suited up in Week 15, according to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. Saffold was able to return to the game, Amendola was able to do some on-field work before Fisher decided to hold him out and Fisher said Dahl felt "much better" Monday.

The Seattle Seahawks and Arizona Cardinals each emerged from Week 14 unscathed in the injury report; the Cardinals, however, suffered an ACL tear of their emotions after getting beaten down, 58-0. The only lingering issue for the Seahawks after the blowout is defensive back Richard Sherman's four-game suspension appeal, which, if it lingers, could affect his availability for a playoff run.

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