Packers Wide Receiver To Miss 4-6 Weeks With Injury

The Green Bay Packers lost their fifth straight game in Week 9, sending their record on the season to 3-6, a position that no one saw them being in, and during their loss to the division rival Detroit Lions, the team went through a catastrophic injury situation. Not only did Rashan Gary tear his ACL, but Romeo Doubs, Christian Watson and Aaron Jones left the game too, and while it's good news on Jones, it's not the same for the rookie Doubs, who has confirmed to have suffered a high-ankle sprain, which will cause him to miss the next 4-6 weeks. 

Doubs left the game early, and wouldn't return, and now, it looks like Injured Reserve is certainly in his future, and with the Packers season hanging in the balance, there is a good chance that by the time he is back, the season is for all intents and purposes, over. Green Bay still have Watson, Allen Lazard, Sammy Watkins and Amari Rodgers on the roster, but Doubs was having a solid season, with 31 catches for 314 yards and 3 Touchdowns, so his impact will certainly be missed.

The Packers haven't been clicking ever since they moved Davante Adams, who's been fantastic in Las Vegas, but unfortunately for both teams, neither are close to a playoff spot right now, and while Doubs isn't the biggest name, his presence has been a positive for the team in 2022.