The Green Bay Packers might play the rest of the season without starting quarterback Aaron Rodgers, who suffered a broken collarbone in the first quarter of their 23-10 loss to the Minnesota Vikings Sunday and might miss the rest of the season. Rodgers suffered the injury after he was tackled by Vikings linebacker Anthony Barr. The veteran quarterback appeared to land hard on his throwing shoulder with Barr's weight driving him into the turf. The hit drew no penalty flag. Before he was injured, Rodgers completed two of four passes for 18 yards.

In five games this season, the 33-year-old Rodgers completed 126 of 189 passes for 1,367 yards and 13 touchdowns with three interceptions for an excellent passer rating of 104.1.

In their post-game press conference, Packers coach Mike McCarthy said the loss of Rodgers definitely hurts but they have to move forward as a football team. McCarthy added that the team will move forward with Brett Hundley as starting quarterback and Joe Callahan as a backup. “That's the direction we're going,” said McCarthy.

Hundley struggled against Vikings

Hundley completed just 18 of 33 passes for 157 yards and a touchdown with three interceptions as the Packers fell into a tie with the Vikings in the NFC North standings with identical 4-2 marks.

Aaron Jones carried the ball 13 times for 41 yards while Jordy Nelson caught six passes for 60 yards. Davante Adams caught Hundley’s first regular-season touchdown pass and finished with five catches for 54 yards. Despite Hundley’s struggles against the Vikings, McCarthy said he trusts the quarterback to deliver in their next week showdown against the New Orleans Saints.

Hundley, for his part, said he will be better in his next outing, now that he has one week to prepare. “I trust my offense. They know they'll get my best, & I know I'll get theirs,” said Hundley.

Keenum shines in fourth start for Vikings

In his fourth start in place of the injured Sam Bradford, Case Keenum went 24-of-38 for 239 yards and a touchdown and an interception.

Jerick McKinnon ran 16 times for 69 yards and a touchdown and caught Keenum’s 27-yard touchdown pass in the second quarter. Adam Thielen caught nine passes for 97 yards while Kai Forbath buried three field goals for the Vikings. After a close first half, Forbath made three field goals from 34, 36 and 54 yards while the Packers failed to put points on the board in the second half.