For all of Brett Hundley’s flaws and mistakes since he took over as the Green Bay Packers’ starting quarterback, there’s really little else the team can do at that position right now.
Today is one of those awful day-afters. It’s so much easier to deal with a hangover when you know you had a great time the day and night before, but when everything goes wrong, it just makes it that much worse.
That must be how the Packers will feel when watching the tape of yesterday’s embarrassing shutout loss to the Baltimore Ravens, a team that entered the day under .500. Adding injury to insult were the three starters who left the game hurt, with second-year nose tackle Kenny Clark’s injury being the most significant.
Still, Hundley’s day wasn’t the worst of any NFL quarterback on Sunday, and the other one showed what can happen if you jut decide to make a change on a whim.
Read on for today’s curds, if you dare.
Packers lose three starters to injury in loss to Ravens | Packers.com
Justin McCray, Clay Matthews, and Kenny Clark all left Sunday's game with injuries and did not return. Clark's injury appears to be the most serious, as he had to leave the field on a cart.
Packers' Kenny Clark carted off after ankle injury late in game | ESPN
Ha Ha Clinton-Dix called Ravens center Ryan Jensen "trash" after he put the hit on Clark that caused him to leave the game.
End zone interception sets stage for Brett Hundley’s turnover-happy day | Packers Wire
The overhead view pre-snap showed the Packers in perfect position to run a fade to Cobb. Instead, Jimmy Smith read the play perfectly, gambling and leaving Davante Adams open to track the football and make the interception.
Packers' running game has no answers for Ravens' stout defense | Packersnews.com
Going into this game, the Ravens had the 19th-ranked rushing defense (DVOA) while the Packers had the second-ranked rushing offense. You wouldn't have known it from the two teams' performances.
McCarthy after shutout loss: 'Hundley is our starter' - NFL.com
We've been seeing and hearing plenty of talk about how it couldn't get worse at quarterback than what we have seen over the past few weeks. This writer, at least, wholeheartedly disagrees.