We’re not sure what got hurt worse in the Green Bay Packers’ win over the Philadelphia Eagles — Clay Matthews’ shoulder or his pride.
Clay Matthews, meet Allen Barbre pic.twitter.com/pCMoOPScpI
— Tyler Steege (@TSteegeNFL) November 29, 2016
Gotta have your head on swivel out there, son!
Whichever was injured more, both injuries happened on the same play. Matthews left the game after that brutal blow from former Packers’ starting (but completely awful) right tackle Allen Barbre.
Matthews did come back to finish the game, however. Coach Mike McCarthy expressed concern about the injury on Tuesday, saying it was an injury to the AC joint.
If that sounds familiar, it should. Receiver Randall Cobb dealt with an AC joint sprain during the 2015 season. He didn’t miss a game, however.