The Detroit Lions missed starting quarterback Matthew Stafford during week 10’s loss to the Chicago Bears after he was declared out with a back injury.
There were hopes that he could return in the coming days, but NFL insider Ian Rapoport has put that in doubt.
As he explained on Sunday morning, Stafford could be sidelined for up to six weeks.
The cause of the potential absence is tiny, non-displaced fractures in the upper thoracic spine.
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