The Green Bay Packers won four straight games despite so many injuries.
In the first quarter of Sunday's win, Jordy Nelson went down with an ankle injury trying to catch a low Aaron Rodgers pass. He has been diagnosed with an ankle sprain. Coach McCarthy thinks he is going to be OK.
Linebacker Clay Matthews limped off the field in the third quarter because of a hamstring injury. Matthews saw the doctors again on Monday, so the early diagnosis is that he may be out a couple of weeks. Clay told the media that he doesn't feel as bad as he did in the past when he suffered this injury earlier in his career.
Add two more Packers to the injury report that continues to develop every single week.