Danny Amendola Is Eying a Week 15 Return and More NFC West News

Tyson Langland@TysonNFLNFC West Lead WriterDecember 13, 2012

Nov. 25, 2012; Glendale, AZ, USA: St. Louis Rams wide receiver (16) Danny Amendola dives for a pass in the second quarter against the Arizona Cardinals at University of Phoenix Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports
Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

After only playing five snaps against the Arizona Cardinals Week 12 and missing Week's 13 and 14 with a foot injury, it appears as if Rams top wideout, Danny Amendola, will finally see the field this Sunday against the Minnesota Vikings.

Danny Amendola (heel) limited on Wednesday dlvr.it/2dD7zK

— Rotoworld Football (@Rotoworld_FB) December 12, 2012

He was listed as doubtful against the 49ers and he was listed as questionable against the Bills, so if his foot is progressing on the correct timetable, Rams fans and officials alike would welcome him back on the field amidst a three-game winning streak in Week 15.

Moreover, the Rams finish the season with back-to-back road games against Tampa Bay and Seattle—so, there's no question Sam Bradford's favorite target will need to be in the lineup if they plan on making it six wins in a row to close out the season.

Currently, St. Louis holds the No. 10 seed in the NFC playoff picture, but things could change mightily if the Rams take down Minnesota and Seattle. Right now both teams are ahead of them in the playoff push, yet the Rams can make things a lot easier on themselves by winning out because of the fact they are only two games back from the sixth and final seed.

Not many imagined they would be 6-6-1 after Week 14, but with a little bit of luck and Jeff Fisher's presence, they could be making their first playoff appearance since 2004.

Arizona Cardinals

Gregg Rosenthal of NFL.com begs the question, with Kevin Kolb on IR, is his career in Arizona over?

Nick Kostora of Bleacher Report examines the biggest in-season collapses in NFL history.

San Francisco 49ers

John Parolin of ESPN.com looks at the three-point stance for the San Francisco 49ers Week 15 game against New England.

Dylan DeSimone of Bleacher Report breaks down Colin Kaepernick's 50-yard touchdown run from Week 14.

Seattle Seahawks

Marc Sessler of NFL.com reports on the Seahawks unveiling their new alternate "Wolf Grey" uniforms against the Bills.

Thomas Holmes of Bleacher Report evaluates both Brandon Browner and Richard Sherman—concluding that they are two totally different players.

St. Louis Rams

Jim Thomas of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch covers Brandon Gibson's story on how he keeps fighting year after year.

Brandon Burnett of Bleacher Report keys in on the St. Louis Rams playoff chances over the final three weeks.


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