Aaron Rodgers left the Packers’ game against the Vikings on Sunday after taking a big hit from Anthony Barr. The Packers later announced that he broke his collarbone, and could miss the rest of the season.
Brett Hundley entered the game for Rodgers after the hit, and Rodgers would be taken to the medical tent and later carted to the locker room.
What does this mean for the Packers? Well, it’s not good. Hundley will take over at quarterback for Mike McCarthy’s team. The Packers drafted him in 2016, and he appeared in four games and threw just 10 passes that season, completing two of them. he also has one interception in his career.
Hundley played college football at UCLA, where he completed over 67 percent of his passes for 9,966 yards with 75 touchdowns against 25 picks. Depending on the severity of Rodgers’ injury, they’ll hope that Hundley can bring that same magic.