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Quarterbacks have been injured all across the NFL landscape this November. When you’re seeing the likes of Bryce Perkins and Trevor Siemian starting on Sunday afternoon, then you know the injury bug has leveled the position. The most important QB injury of the week may have been on Sunday night, when Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers took a shot to the ribs that removed him from the game in the third quarter. Paired with Rodgers’ thumb injury sustained a few weeks ago, the Packers may be getting an extended look at 2020 first rounder Jordan Love for the foreseeable future.
Charles Robinson & Frank Schwab react to Sunday night’s Packers/Eagles 33-40 barnburner and suggest that it may be time for Rodgers to ride the bench for the rest of the season if Green Bay wants to get one more legitimate look at Love.
They also take a look back to the Buffalo Bills, Dallas Cowboys & Minnesota Vikings — all legitimate Super Bowl hopefuls — sweeping the three Thanksgiving day games. Later in the show, they recap the rest of this Sunday’s Week 12 action, including surprising losses sustained by the Baltimore Ravens & Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the Los Angeles Chargers winning by way of a 2-point conversion in the final seconds and a New York Jets win that may keep former 2nd overall pick Zach Wilson at the bottom of the depth chart for the rest of the season.
0:20 Green Bay Packers 33, Philadelphia Eagles 40
16:50 Baltimore Ravens 27, Jacksonville Jaguars 28
21:35 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 17, Cleveland Browns 23 (OT)
30:00 Chicago Bears 10, New York Jets 31
43:10 Los Angeles Chargers 25, Arizona Cardinals 24
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