Packers' special teams let down Love in 13-7 loss to Chiefs
Packers Chiefs Football Green Bay Packers quarterback Jordan Love, right, throws under pressure from Kansas City Chiefs defensive tackle Jarran Reed (90) during the second half of an NFL football game Sunday, Nov. 7, 2021, in Kansas City, Mo. — (AP) — The Green Bay Packers did all they could defensively to help out Jordan Love in his first career start. Not that Love did much to make Green Bay brass feel good about spending a first-round pick on him last year. Asked whether he thinks he's ready to be a full-time NFL quarterback, Love replied: “Yes, I do.”Still, the performance puts the Packers in quite a predicament. His future in Green Bay beyond this season already was murky after he nearly departed this past offseason.wftv.com
Murray returns from ankle injury, can't rally Cardinals
Left tackle Justin Herron left with an ankle injury. — Browns defensive end Olivier Vernon suffered an ankle injury in the fourth quarter. — Lions offensive linemen Halapoulivaati Vaitai and Jonah Jackson left with concussions and defensive tackle Nick Williams injured an ankle vs. Minnesota. — Giants linebacker Blake Martinez left briefly after appearing to injure his left ankle or foot in the third quarter. — Jaguars left tackle Cam Robinson (wrist) and cornerback Greg Martin (hamstring) left the game.