The Green Bay Packers could be in serious trouble as the NFL team continues to pile up more injuries. The numbers of injuries have already reached new heights and even alerted head coach Mike McCarthy. Luckily, none of those injuries are season-ending.

According to Fox Sports, the team’s medical staff are already working on the injury issue, trying to address the onslaught of injuries that hit the team during the Sunday’s NFL game against Atlanta.

The Packers: the good news and the bad news

The Green Bay Packers could be on the verge of collapse with those huge number of injuries.

The team has already lost key players in their previous game, which include offensive tackles David Bakhtiari (hamstring injury) and Bryan Bulaga(ankle injury). At Sunday’s NFL game, the Packers has even suffered tremendous losses, losing almost all of their key players due to some injuries.

The Green Bay Packers suffered a crippling defeat at that game, a terrible 34-23 loss. But the highlights of that game is not the scores of both teams, it’s the number of injured players that occurred at that game. The Packers has reportedly lost key players like defensive tackle Mike Daniel (hamstring injury), wide receiver Jordy Nelson (quadriceps injury) and Aaron Rodgers.

Additionally, Packers also lost wide receiver Randall Cobb, who suffered a shoulder injury, and cornerback Davon House for his quadriceps injury.

Kentrell Brice is also on the injured list. Despite his groin injury, Packers right guard Jahri Evans has managed to finish that game with Atlanta Hawks without missing a single snap.

Fortunately, none of those injuries appear to be season-ending, according to head coach McCarthy. This means that Packers still got some good news ahead.

But there’s some bad news, the team will have to play two games in a 12-day span, first against the hard-hitting Cincinnati Bengals this coming Sunday and second against the Chicago Bears this coming September 28.

The Packers started its game with Atlanta with it second-year tackle Kyle Murphy, who started on the left side, filling the gap left by Bulaga and Bakhtiari.

The team also started Justin McCray on the right side. McCray has not played a regular-season offensive snap in the NFL, but the recent game with Atlanta has given him a chance to prove himself.

As for other injured players, the team had still no update on the severity of Nelson’s quadriceps injury. There’s also has no update about Cobb’s shoulder injury and Daniels’ hamstring problem.

In other NFL-related news

According to Winona Daily News, The Green Bay’s rookie Kevin King might play some big game in the coming days. This also means that the rookie cornerback will no longer lack for playing time, instead, he will be expecting some big role in the coming days. King, the top pick from Washington, made his big NFL game during Sunday night’s 34-23 loss at Atlanta.

King, who played with the Green Bay Packers defense in week 2, has made three tackles, including an impressive open-field stop of Falcons running back Tevin Coleman. The rookie cornerback is expected to take an even big role in the upcoming battle against Cincinnati Bengals.