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    [2021] NFLHC Key Injuries: Week 6

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    Welcome to the week 6 edition of the NFLHC Key Injury Report! At this point the league has pretty much turned into Game of Thrones or the Purge. Literally everyone is dying out here. I recommend that you keep your players in safe houses, or bubble wrap. The pipe is on a rampage.


    David Hughes, OT, Green Bay Packers:packers:, Severe ACL Rupture

    Another week, another player suffering an ACL rupture. This week David Hughes of the Green Bay Packers goes down, and is out of the season. Hughes is one their top offensive tackles. Expect Maxwell Carmichael to step up in his place. The talent gap between the two is huge. So even though Carmichael will be protecting Johnson’s strong side, just be ready to see Johnson to be scrambling more often.


    Thomas Barry, OLB, Tampa Bay Buccaneers:buccaneers:, Severe Back Disc Fracture

    The Buccaneers lose their starting Left Outside Linebacker for the season. Thomas Barry suffered a severe back disc fracture. Look for rookie Micah Singletary to step up in his spot. Though Singletary can bring the pass rush, he will not be able to display the coverage prowess that Barry has.


    Reggie Beasley, FS, Arizona Cardinals:cardinals:, Severe Achilles Rupture

    Another season ending injury for the league. The Arizona Cardinals lost free safety Reggie Beasley for the rest of the season after he suffered a severe achilles rupture. Rookie Damani Crump-Jackson will be stepping up in his place. Crump-Jackson had a solid career at Colorado State, so it will be interesting to see if he can translate that to the pros. Look for the lockdown cornerbacks the Cardinals have be able to ease the job of Crump-Jackson


    August Gilliland, OT, Los Angeles RamsR:rams:, Severe Hamstring Rupture

    The Rams must love showing up on this weekly key injury report. This week, the Rams lose offensive August Gilliland for the rest of the season, who suffered a severe hamstring rupture. The Rams already lost their top offensive tackle until week 10, now the Rams lose their second best offensive tackle. Look for Connor Crane to step up in his place.However, Murphy is going to have to get rid of the ball quickly or start using his legs more often because the state of this offensive line is not good.


    Brian Vardell, QB, Minnesota Vikings:vikings:, Severe Shoulder Dislocation

    One week after losing Cobb, the Vikings lose their franchise quarterback. The Vikings will be without Vardell for 3 weeks, as he is expected to return week 10. To start in his place is Cody Albright. After his performance versus the Rams, Vikings fans should not have a lot of hope these 3 weeks. Albright went 16/32 for 132 yards and two interceptions. Now sitting at 1-5, they need Albright to get it together versus Baltimore, Cincinnati, and Seattle. Though they are very winnable games, Albright probably won’t lead them to victory in those three games. The Vikings are very well looking at 1-8 when Vardell returns.

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