Rams WR Danny Amendola doubtful for Sunday
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Rams WR Danny Amendola doubtful for Sunday

Rams wide receiver Danny Amendola @DannyAmendola still has his injured right foot in a walking boot, and he hasn't practiced all week, so he is listed as doubtful for this weekend's game against the Cardinals. Amendola suffered a foot injury late in the first half of last week's game, but he returned in the second half and was able to finish the contest. Since it looks like the Rams will be without him, Brandon Gibson @Bgibson04 and Chris Givens @CG1three will have to step up.

Fantasy Analysis:

Very Julio Jones-ish type of injury arc here. Just goes to show that just because you're able to return to and complete a game doesn't mean you're going to be OK going forward. And since Amendola's foot remains in a boot, he's probably unlikely to play in Week 13. It's hard to depend on either Gibson or Givens this week, especially with the bye weeks a thing of the past. You've got to have more consistent options available. The Cardinals' defense should have a little easier go of it not having to worry about the Rams' best receiver.

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