The Los Angeles Rams (11-1) are riding high, with the best record in the NFL, an early division title and a fast track to the top seed in the NFC. They also have a mostly clean bill of health with just four games to go in the regular season, according to the team’s latest injury report.

Only two Rams players showed up on the injury report on Wednesday. Cornerback Marcus Peters was a full participant after injuring his ankle against the Detroit Lions last week, while running back Malcolm Brown did not practice. Brown is most likely going to injured reserve with a clavicle injury, according to head coach Sean McVay.

Brown only had 212 rushing yards on the year, but he got those yards with limited opportunities. He had 4.9 yards per carry before his injury. He backed up star running back and MVP candidate Todd Gurley.

Peters, on the other hand, has been a disappointment this year. He has a below average 50.7 rating from Pro Football Focus and has given up more than his share of big plays. His health could be a factor in his unexpectedly poor play. Aqib Talib, the other prized offseason acquisition in the Los Angeles secondary, recently returned from injury in time for the Rams’ playoff push.

The Rams are betting favorites to win the Super Bowl.