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Minnesota quarterback Terry Bridgewater will miss the season with a dislocated left knee cap and a torn ACL. The Vikings also announced other structural damage in the knee. The injury occurred during while dropping back to pass and it was a non-contact injury. The Vikings will be hurting at quarterback since there is little depth at the position.

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Detroit 39 Indianapolis 35. Detroit dominates the first half until the final series when Indianapolis' offensive front line took control of the line of scrimmage. Detroit would only get into the Colts' back field only once and even then quarterback Andrew Luck had all day to find a receiver and receivers were able to get open on a regular basis. In the end, Detroit was able to take advantage of a depleted Indy secondary to move down the field throwing short passes that turned into big gainers. Matt Prater's 43 yard field with four seconds left came after missing an extra point with 4:05 left and Luck moving the Colts down the field with ease. Detroit also hurt itself with an unsportsmanlike conduct on a third and two which gave the Colts another set of downs. That resulted in a 50 yard field goal by Adam Vinatierri.

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Cleveland quarterback Robert Griffith III has been put on injured reserve with a shoulder injury which occurred when being tackled going out of bounds. He collided with Philadelphia cornerback Jalen Mills on a third-and-13 from the Cleveland four yard line. He is about to find out the hard why running quarterbacks do not last long in the National Football League.

From ESPN. Griffith III has been diagnosed with a broken bone in his shoulder and will be re-evaluated in 3 - 4 weeks.

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