REPORT: NFL Quarterback sidelined with broken bones in back, report says

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BY TEAM DML / NOVEMBER 10, 2019 /

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Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford has been ruled out of Sunday’s game against the Chicago Bears with fractured bones in his back and team doctors won’t let him play, sources told ESPN and NFL Network.

Looking past his first two seasons when he started just 13 games, the strong-armed 31-year-old gunslinger has been as tough as they come in the NFL.

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He started a team-record 136 consecutive regular-season games, which until this Sunday was the 2nd-longest active start streak in the NFL behind Philip Rivers.

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  1. Dennis November 10th, 2019 at 10:03 pm

    This is the quarterback of my team…the Detroit Lions!! This is one tough football player folks!! Week after week ha gets knocked around more than any other QB in the NFL. He also is always one of the top QB’s in terms of yards and passes completed. In the NFL-you see players missing multiple games for lesser injuries! To see him on the sidelines today was heartbreaking…if he would of played today there is no doubt in anybody’s mind that we would of won. He’s one of the best in the NFL on and off the field! He’s worked with Detroit area youth and built great facilities for them-out of his own pocket!! He’ll be back-he’s too tough not too and he doesn’t want to let his team down. 💪🏻#9 👊🏻

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