Rams Suffer More Injuries Along the Offensive Line

The Los Angeles Rams offense may be beyond saving. The team lost reigning Offensive Player of the Year Cooper Kupp in Week 10's 27-17 loss to the Arizona Cardinals with a high-ankle sprain, and that overshadowed a couple of other key injuries. According to the Athletic's Jourdan Rodrigue, offensive linemen Chandler Brewer and Alaric Jackson are both set to miss extensive time. Brewer played every offensive snap in Sunday's game despite the injury. He had started two games for the Rams this season. Jackson missed the contest but had started the Rams' six previous matchups.

Brewer and Jackson will join Joe Noteboom, David Edwards, Logan Bruss, and Tremayne Anchrum Jr as offensive linemen struggling with injuries for the Rams. Perennial Pro Bowler Andrew Whitworth also retired this past offseason after the team's Super Bowl victory.

At 3-6, the Rams offense may be just about done for. They rank 29th in scoring, 31st in yards gained, and 28th in turnovers. Now without Kupp and as many as six offensive linemen, things could get even worse. 2022 is turning out to be an incredibly disappointing follow-up for the Super Bowl champions. 
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