Green Sound Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers left Sunday night's down against the Philadelphia Falcons in the second from last quarter with a slanted physical issue.

Jordan Love took over at quarterback after Rodgers was taken to storage space for assessment by the coaches.

On the Packers' last hostile drive of the second from last quarter, Rodgers gave off an impression of being in extensive torment, holding his side and frowning.

Despite the fact that it's hazy when the injury happened, Rodgers had been sacked multiple times, remembering for the main drive of the second from last quarter.

The beset quarterback is likewise playing through a wrecked thumb experienced in Week 6.

As per NBC sideline correspondent Melissa Distinct, mentors were analyzing Rodgers ribs on the sideline before he left the game.

The slanted is a muscle situated close to the base side of the middle. He left the game having gone 11-for-16 for 140 yards with two scores and two captures.

At the hour of distribution, the underlying report remains Rodgers is viewed as sketchy to return, however Love has proactively taken over at quarterback

and Rodgers was purportedly seen leaving the storage space without cushions. On Affection's most memorable drive after entering the game,

he got the Packers first third down of the game (they had been 0-5) with a speedy pass to Allen Lazard. Then he hit freshman Christian Watson on an inclination.

The fast Watson took the ball the remainder of the way for a 63-yard score to slice the deficiency to one belonging.

Love completed the game finishing 6 of 9 passes for 113 yards and a score pass.