Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy ruled concussed cornerback Sam Shields out for Sunday’s game against the New York Giants, on Thursday morning. This will be the third consecutive game Shields has missed and we will be moving into the fifth week that he’s in concussion protocol.
That shouldn’t be a huge surprise. This is Shields’ fifth concussion.
He suffered his fourth concussion in week 14 of the 2015 season. He missed four weeks before returning to action in the divisional round against Arizona.
Shields called that concussion the worst injury of his career. Thus, we wouldn’t be surprised if this concussion has him sidelined longer than four weeks. They symptoms tend to get more severe the more times the injury occurs.
Although the Packers haven’t suggested this — they say Shields is progressing and getting better — it is conceivable that he might not play again.
Shields was the only way the Packers stood a chance to win this game.
Now they Packers face a top 5 passing offense with a bottom 5 passing defense.
Rodgers is done, the Packers passing offense is ranked in the bottom 5. There will be no point in this game where the Packers will even be close. The Giants will blow out the Packers from start to finish.
Well with Eli at the helm maybe even Randall get an interception. He’l be targetet a lot I bet.
Beckham is going to skullfuck them.