Right up top, let's talk the Monday Night Football injury to Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers.
Rodgers left the game in the first quarter with what appeared to be a shoulder injury. He was gone in the locker room for some time, finally emerging out of his equipment, clearly done for the night.
There was no sling, but as of this writing, there is no real information about the status of Rodgers for next week.
Here's your bonus tip: Don't, under any circumstances, start Seneca Wallace. Wallace looked horrible all evening, and while some of that can be chalked up to entering a game on the fly with no first-team reps, he was shockingly bereft of pocket presence and held the ball way too long when he needed to throw it away.
In fact, his repeated sacks cost the team a lot of yards.
The Philadelphia Eagles are improving defensively but are still a good matchup.
Unless you are Wallace.
Who else is worth starting and who else should you avoid?
Let's take a look.
*All statistics are via NFL.com unless otherwise stated.