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#94 Robert Quinn, DE    Fantasy Football Injury Status   Probable - Illness
Saint Louis Rams
Height: 6' 4"
Weight: 264 lbs
Age: 25
Birthdate: May 18th 1990
College: North Carolina
Year: 2011
Round: 1   Pick: 14
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Season Projections
Quinn got off to an awful start in 2014, failing to record so much as a single sack until Week 7. However, from there the fifth-year pro began to recapture some of the form that saw him explode for 19 sacks in 2013. ESPN's Mark Dominik is certainly a fan, stating recently that Quinn is among a select group of young players who would be coveted by just about every team in the NFL were he to hit the open market. 'NFL teams can never have enough pass-rushers,' Dominik wrote, 'and Quinn turns the corner as well as any edge rusher in the league. He combines great quickness and athleticism with a thick, powerful frame. He is consistently a double-digit sack guy.' Quinn's ability to both stuff the run and make quarterbacks cry is also of keen interest to IDP owners, and Quinn gets the added plus of playing on a loaded Rams front four. Can't double-team everyone, after all.

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Injury Report
Week 13 - Probable - Concussion
Week 16 - Probable - Illness

Saint Louis Rams Team Talk
Come back home to L.A!!!!
The suspense has been killing me.. want them to come back home where they are loved......
The Emergence Of Zac Stacy
It looks like the Rams picked him up in the draft this year for a reason. In college he was a beast at Vanderbilt. Playing on a weak team in the strongest conference may have helped him develop into an even better player. It sure will be something ...
Hope is not lost, but what the hell was that all about?!
We lost a heart breaker to the F-ing Cardinals tonight. Defense looked okay, they kept Wells and Fitzgerald from being huge. Bradford played ok for being out for two weeks and having a new receiver that he has barely thrown to as of yet. The ...
Rams fans
Do we take Luck and try and trade Bradford or try and trade out of that first pick.? Good God are we awful...
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