In the second half of Sunday’s game between the Packers and Chargers, both teams are facing significant setbacks. The Packers have ruled out running backs Aaron Jones and Emanuel Wilson due to knee and shoulder injuries, respectively. The Chargers, on the other hand, have lost edge rusher Joey Bosa with a foot injury sustained early in the first quarter and linebacker Tanner Muse with a knee injury that occurred later in the second quarter.
The only healthy running back for Green Bay is AJ Dillon, who will be tasked with carrying the load for the rest of the game. Despite these challenges, Dillon has proven to be a valuable asset for the team’s offense, rushing for 81 yards in his last game.
On the Chargers side, Cameron Dicker hit a 26-yard field goal early in the second half to take a 13-10 lead over Green Bay. However, Keenan Allen dropped a pass at the goal line on third down that could have given his team a larger advantage. With both sides facing key injuries and setbacks, it remains to be seen who will emerge victorious in this highly anticipated matchup.