GREEN BAY, Wis. (WMTV) -- The Green Bay Packers lost quarterback Aaron Rodgers to a concussion, then lost to the Detroit Lions 31-0 at Lambeau Field to conclude their 2018 campaign.
The Packers confirmed the diagnosis early in the fourth quarter, trailing 24-0 to the Detroit Lions. Rodgers lost his helmet on a sack on his second play of the game.
He played two more series before walking back to the locker room early in the second quarter, when he was replaced by DeShone Kizer.
Rodgers was also dealing with lingering left knee and groin injuries.
Kizer was 16-of-35 for 132 yards with an interception for a 44.0 passer rating. He also scrambled four times for 40 yards. Rookie receiver Marquez Valdes-Scantling was one of five Packers with three receptions, leading the group with 43 yards.