Tuesday, October 27, 2020

NFL Week 2 injury list is shocking

The NFL Week 2 injury list is shocking as Sunday turned into the massacre of the well-known talent around the league, as Saquon Barkley, and Christian McCaffrey became the biggest casualties of an NFL season that will live in memory for so many reasons.

Barkley went down in the second quarter of the Giants loss to the Bears, and team officials believe he has a torn ACL and will be done for the season. CMC is expected to miss “multiple weeks” with a serious ankle injury.

NFL Week 2 injury report

Other notable injuries came for defending NFC Champs San Francisco as they lost starting Quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo, starting RB Raheem Mostert, and starting DE Nick Bosa. Bosa is believed to have suffered a torn ACL, while Mostert is believed to have a minor MCL sprain, and JimmyG has a high ankle sprain.

The Denver Broncos also lost their starting QB Drew Lock to an AC Joint sprain that will likely seem him miss 5-8 weeks, and even then it can take a while longer for full arm-strength to return. The Broncos also lost WR Courtland Sutton with a knee injury that also may be serious.

NFL Week 2 injury list is shocking!

Davante AdamsWRPackersHamstring
Tavon YoungCBRavensKnee
Malik HooperSColtsAchilles
Byron JonesCBDolphinsGroin
Brandon ScherffGFootball TeamKnee
Tyrod TaylorQBChargersChest
Anthony BarrLBVikingsShoulder
Brandon LinderCJaguarsKnee
Isaac SeumaloGEaglesKnee
Parris CampbellWRColtsKnee
Kalbe McGaryOTFalconsKnee
Bruce IrvinDESeahawksKnee
Joe NoteboomGRamsCalf
Will FullerWRTexansHamstring
Corey LinsleyCPackersHand
Coonor McGovernCJetsGroin
Breshad PerrimanWRJetsAnkle
Chris HoganWRJetsRibs
Chidobe AwuzieCBCowboysHamstring
Johnathan JosephCBTitansLeg
NFL Week 2 Injury list is shocking, but Tyrod Taylor could be back soon © Joseph Maiorana-USA TODAY Sports
Tyrod Taylor was injured in warmups but could be back soon © Joseph Maiorana-USA TODAY Sports

2020 was always going to be a tough season with no pre-season games and shorter camps, but I’m not sure anyone was expecting it to be quite this bad.

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