Packers QB Aaron Rodgers
is out of Sunday night's loss early
due to a rib injury
Already playing with a broken thumb,
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron
Rodgers is now struggling with a broken rib
After he was released, he went to the
locker room for an x-ray
which he said was not clear if he had
He will get an
MRI on Monday,
and if the test is negative, he intends to
play in week 13.
Rodgers, in more than half the game,
completed his night 11 of 16 passing for 140 yards,
two touchdowns and two interceptions.
Rodgers left Sunday night's 40-33 win over
the Philadelphia Eagles in the third quarter and did not return.
He was replaced by Jordan Love.
Love took over on the ensuing drive and threw a quick 63-yard
touchdown pass to Christian Watson.
Love finished the game completing 6 of 9 passes for 113 yards.
At 4-8, the Packers'
playoff chances are long, but
Rodgers said he wants to keep going as long as he can.
"As long as we're alive
in the math, I'd love to be there,"