The Rams will be without Kurt Warner for the next two months with a broken pinky on his throwing hand. The preliminary prognosis had him missing 4-5 weeks. Warner was knocked out of Sunday’s 13-10 loss to the Cowboys when he was it and landed on the finger awkwardly. It’s the same pinky that was broken in the Rams loss to the Chiefs in 2000. While Warner’s gone Martz will stick with backup Jamie Martin who played well on Sunday despite the loss. He was 24-37 for 262 yards. The Rams are 0-4 and will try to win it’s first game of the year against their biggest rival on the road. They travel to San Francisco for a date with the 49ers on sunday