Aaron Rodgers has a broken collarbone, and it may be significant enough to end his 2017 season. Even if it isn’t, it’s still an injury that will sideline the Green Bay Packers quarterback for a long time. That doesn’t just affect the Packers, either. It changes things for much of the NFL.
With Rodgers under center, the Packers are a tough out for any team, as he proved once again last week when he torched the Dallas Cowboys on a last-minute touchdown drive to give the Packers a win. If he doesn’t return this season, Rodgers will finish with 13 touchdowns, three interceptions, and a 103.2 passer rating. Although it won’t count in the record books due to the truncated year, it marks the ninth season of his career with a rating over 100.
Authentic Youth Jarran Reed Jersey A win Sunday would’ve been an opportunity for the Packers to jump to 5-1 and own an early two-game lead over the rest of the division.
Limited Matt Schaub Jersey Lacking production on offense (with or without Carr), being bad on third down in their losses, and fielding a defense that can’t get off the field are some of their problems. The Raiders are built to run the football. They have an excellent, super-physical offensive line. They are averaging 4.3 yards per carry, slightly down from 4.4 yards per carry last season. Here’s a clip from Sunday where the Raiders’ right tackle and left guard finish their guys while the right guard executes a sweet reach block.
These guys can still run block.
However, they are transitioning to an outside-zone scheme after being a downhill-rushing team for years. New OC Todd Downing is an outside-zone guy and, according to offensive line coach Mike Tice, the move to outside zone was necessary because teams were crowding up J.J. Jansen Youth jersey the linebackers to stop the run.