This year it seems that more season-ending injuries have struck NFL stars than in any previous season, and Thursday saw the league lose another one to a freak injury.
Houston Texans quarterback DeShaun Watson tore his ACL in practice yesterday, adding yet another name to the list of stars who have landed on injured reserve.
The Green Bay Packers of course know the pain of losing a franchise quarterback to a serious injury. Brett Hundley will make his second start as Aaron Rodgers' replacement on Monday, a week after having some success off the football field.
Check out those stories and more in today's Curds.
Lang comes to Lambeau for the first time as a visitor on Sunday, but he's trying not to worry about the narrative of his return to his old haunts.
If Biegel goes get activated by Monday - which still seems plausible - expect to see him on a lot of special teams, which he played throughout his career at Wisconsin.
Congrats to Hundley, who went hunting with Jeff Janis last week.
The pick for the Packers is the week 17 game in Detroit, which would probably be a must-win to make the playoffs if the team can stay afloat until then.
Watson tire his ACL in a non contact injury on practice on Thursday, and it sucks. It sucks for Houston, who now has to turn back to Tom Savage and Matt McGloin, and it sucks for the NFL as a whole to be robbed of one of its most dynamic rookies.