Matthew Stafford practices in full, expects to start on Sunday

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Rams quarterback Matthew Stafford is back.

Stafford practiced in full today and is expected to start on Sunday against the Saints, Rams head coach Sean McVay said.

Although Stafford is technically still in the concussion protocol, McVay said all indications are that he’ll be cleared this week.

John Wolford started at quarterback last week, and Bryce Perkins also took some snaps at quarterback. The results were not good, as the Rams lost their third consecutive game, falling to 3-6 on the season.

6 responses to “Matthew Stafford practices in full, expects to start on Sunday

  1. John Wohlford is easily the worst quarterback in The NFL hands down. It was totally unprofessional of Sean Mcvay to have hi. As the back up for the last three years.

  2. I would let him sit it out. That line is horrible. The saints don’t have the best pass rush but he will still get killed

  3. Stafford is more cooked than Russell Wilson. Mcvay better bail before people discover he is not the genius the media made him out to be.

  4. If they don’t fix the O-line he will get badly hurt. They have ignored these positions and tried to make due with low round draft choices and UDFA. Right now they do not have one stud out there who can go one on one consistently.

  5. Watching that team implode has been so much fun. It has long been dismissed as foolish that which the Rams did to build this one year wonder of a roster. Teams that build through the draft always perform better long term. Buying free agents and squandering draft picks was passe just about the time George Allen coached the Washington (no names).

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