After scoring four touchdowns through the first five games of the season, Pettis has been held to just three catches for 29 yards over his last two games. Given the match-up this week with Seattle, things don't figure to get much better for the third-year receiver.
In addition to the tough match-up with a team that limits the opposition to just 191 passing yards, Pettis will have a new quarterback under center as well. Kellen Clemens takes over for the injured Sam Bradford, and while he's practiced with the team regularly, he hasn't started a game since 2011. Pettis may see some targets as the Rams likely fall into catch-up mode, but just how accurate those passes are is a different story.
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