Rams WR Allen Robinson (foot) unlikely to play vs. Chiefs

Cooper Kupp and Matthew Stafford probably won’t be the only two playmakers out for the Los Angeles Rams today against the Kansas City Chiefs. Allen Robinson, who is questionable with a foot injury, is unlikely to play, according to Ian Rapoport.

That would leave the Rams without their top two receivers against the Chiefs. Van Jefferson, Ben Skowronek, Tutu Atwell, Brandon Powell and Lance McCutcheon would be the Rams’ primary receivers with Kupp and Robinson out.

Robinson injured his foot against the Saints last week, though he never left the game because of it. He practiced all week but was only limited all three days.

The Rams badly need a win over the Chiefs to keep their playoff hopes alive and beating them without three of their best offensive players will make it extremely challenging.

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Robinson has had a quiet first season with the Rams, catching only 33 passes for 339 yards and three touchdowns in 10 games so far.

He’s averaging a career-low 10.3 yards per reception, with his longest catch going for just 29 yards.

Story originally appeared on Rams Wire