NFC West injuries, Week 12: Zac Stacy hurt in win

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Everybody won this week in the NFC West, but there are still some losses to be talked about.

The St. Louis Rams kept their season alive with a 42-21 win over the Chicago Bears last Sunday, but lost running back Zac Stacy in the process.

Stacy had to exit in the second half with a head injury and did not return. It is unclear how much time the rookie will miss going forward. With quarterback Sam Bradford already out for the season with a torn ACL, Stacy is all the more important. This season, Stacy has rushed for 624 yards on 4.4 yards per carry.

The Arizona Cardinals enjoyed a terrific week in every way. Not only did they crush the Indianapolis Colts 40-11 and move to 7-4 on the season, but they didn't suffer an injury. The same can be said for the San Francisco 49ers, who trounced the Washington Redskins 27-6 on Monday night.

The Seattle Seahawks were on a bye week, but might have lost Brandon Browner for the season to a substance abuse suspension. Walter Thurmond was also suspended four games for a non-PED violation of NFL policy.

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