A broken collarbone is the last thing you want you starting QB diagnosed with and that is especially true if you are the Green Bay Packers.

Unfortunately, that is the case for the Green Bay Packers as Aaron Rodgers broke his collarbone against the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday.

The Packers tweeted out his status and confirmed it may be a season ending injury.

Green Bay will now turn to Brett Hundley who has 0 starts in the NFL in his young career. Hundley was selected in the 5th round of the 2015 NFL Draft by the Packers.

To add insult to injury, the Vikings would go on to beat the Packers 23-10.

Green Bay has one QB on the practice squad but it assumed that they will go to the free agent market to get another QB but it is yet to be determined if they are looking for a backup to Hundley or potentially a starter.

Those starters could include a run at CBS analyst Tony Romo, current free agent Colin Kaepernick or they could relive the glory days and go after 95 year old Brett Favre. (only kidding... well sort of)