Denver Mustangs quarterback Russell Wilson experienced a blackout in the final quarter against the Bosses,

and was before long precluded until the end of the game. Wilson endured a shot on a running play in the red zone

and had all the earmarks of being thumped oblivious. Wilson gradually strolled off the field under his own power

with the Mustangs' clinical group, yet he wouldn't return. Lead trainer Nathaniel Hackett affirmed Monday that

Wilson is in the blackout convention, which puts his status for Week 15 against the Arizona Cardinals up in the air.

"His security is by a long shot the No. 1 most significant thing," said Hackett.

In his nonattendance, reinforcement quarterback Brett Rypien came in to lead the offense.

Rypien had the option to complete out the drive with a score. After the hit, Wilson was displayed on

the CBS broadcast with a truly noticeable knock on his head. The Mustangs proceeded to lose the game 34-28.

The Horses were supposed to be smothered, however they figured out how to remain with the Bosses for the last two

or more quarters of the group. Indeed, even with three capture attempts off Bosses quarterback

Patrick Mahomes and Wilson tossing three scores, they couldn't stay aware of Kansas City.