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Taylor Decker (shoulder surgery) has been out since the spring, but appears on target for a return this season. That's huge for Detroit considering Greg Robinson hasn't been good as a fill-in. Robinson, in many ways, has gotten worse by the week. Detroit's offense has suffered, leading to injury issue No. 2: Matthew Stafford's hamstring/ankle. Stafford's injuries came after being sacked six times for the second straight week in part because of a struggling line. Decker's return, whenever it comes, should fix that issue. But until that happens, it's going to be Authentic Phil Niekro Jerseya problem. -- Michael Rothstein What do the Packers do at running back now that Aaron Jones posted the team's first 100-yard game of the season? Is he the starter even when Ty Montgomery inevitably returns from broken ribs? Or does coach Mike McCarthy go to a one-two punch? McCarthy actually said he'd rather have a "1 using all four backs on his roster, but that hardly seems feasible. Expect there to be some combination of Jones and Montgomery with a sprinkling of Jamaal Williams when everyone is healthy. -- Rob Demovsky Even before he was sacked four times, Sam Bradford did not look like he was ready to play when he returned in Week 5. The quarterback re-aggravated the injury in his left knee, which could now cause him to miss even more time than he originally anticipated. Coach Mike Zimmer didn't specify how long this injury will keep Bradford out, and while Zimmer said he's still hopeful that Bradford will return, reinjuring a knee he has already had two tears in isn't good for Bradford's long-term health and future in the NFL Things only get weirder at quarterback after Week 6 when Teddy Bridgewater is eligible to come off the PUP list. At that point, if Bradford isn't experiencing setbacks from the Chicago game, the Vikings could have two starting quarterbacks competing in practice. -- Courtney Cronin Coach Dan Quinn expressed optimism regarding the injuries suffered by his top two receivers, Julio Jones and Mohamed Sanu. Jones pulled up with a hip flexor injury during a Week 4 loss to Buffalo, and Sanu suffered a hamstring strain in the same game. Quinn emphasized Bernie Williams Authentic Jersey that both injuries were not long-term ones, and Jones was back practicing Monday after the bye. Meanwhile, Sanu, who sat out Monday, faced a two-to-three week recovery after undergoing an MRI on Oct. 2, so he's likely to miss this Sunday's game against Miami and possibly the Super Bowl rematch with New England in Week 7. But the Falcons should be thankful the injuries aren't too serious. And with star pass-rusher Vic Beasley Jr. back practicing following a hamstring injury, things are looking up for the Falcons. -- Vaughn McClure The Panthers were thin at safety before the season, so the loss of Kurt Coleman (sprained knee) for a month is concerning. Veteran Jairus Byrd Womens Tajae Sharpe Jersey was signed to fill in, as defensive end Jared Allen did at the end of 2015.
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