Seasons hold in stability for Matthew Stafford (concussion), Rams

Rams quarterback Matthew Stafford continues to be being evaluated for a concussion, coach Sean McVay stated Monday.

Stafford, 34, began a 27-20 loss to the Saints on Sunday in New Orleans however left the sport within the second half after he was sacked and evaluated for a concussion within the sideline medical tent.

It was the second time in three weeks that Stafford was evaluated for a concussion throughout or after a recreation. On Nov. 8, two days after a loss at Tampa Bay, Stafford was put within the NFL concussion protocol. He sat out a Nov. 13 loss to the Arizona Cardinals however was cleared from the protocol Friday.

Stafford, a 14th-year professional, has handed for 10 touchdowns towards eight interceptions.

The Rams are 3-7 this season and have misplaced 4 video games in a row for the primary time beneath McVay.

John Wolford or Bryce Perkins may begin in Stafford’s place Sunday towards the Chiefs in Kansas Metropolis. Wolford began towards the Cardinals however suffered a neck damage and was inactive towards the Saints.

Perkins performed towards Arizona and changed Stafford towards New Orleans, main two field-goal drives.