Given the fact we are less than 24 hours from the kickoff of Monday Night Football, there is only one question that remains: Which team will be the healthiest come 5:30 p.m. PT? Right now San Francisco has only five players listed on the injury report, while Arizona has 17 players dealing with some sort of ailment.
For the second week in a row, left tackle Joe Staley is listed as questionable. Last week he was iffy because of a concussion he suffered against the Giants, but this week he appears to be suffering from some sort of illness. Supposedly he hasn't had any reoccurring concussive symptoms, and the two stints on the injury report are unrelated.
Outside of Staley, the four other players are listed as probable. Frank Gore, Alex Smith, Tavares Gooden and Mario Manningham will all be ready to go. Manningham was listed as questionable on Friday, but things progressed well, so his status was upgraded on Saturday.
The Cardinals injury report isn't as cut and dry. Darnell Dockett's hamstring is finally feeling close to 100 percent, which in turn means he will be probable. But Adam Snyder, Todd Heap, Jim Dray, Jamell Fleming and Anthony Sherman will all be game-time decisions. The only two players who are definitely out are Greg Toler and Kevin Kolb.
Danny O'Neil of the Seattle Times breaks down the Seahawks 28-24 loss and calls it the most puzzling loss of the season for Seattle.
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St. Louis Rams
David Heeb of Bleacher Report presents us with his state of the franchise report after St. Louis' Week 8 loss in London.
Jeff Gordon of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch dishes out grades to the Rams' different units, and let's just say there were a couple of "F's" after today's beat down.
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