The seemingly impossible task of stopping Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers' high-flying aerial attack just got a little harder for the Kansas City Chiefs Friday, as it appears that starting SS Jon McGraw will miss Sunday's game:
adamteicher Adam TeicherBut from the look of things McGraw won't be able to play Sunday
McGraw, a ten-year NFL veteran out of Kansas State, has started nine games this season while struggling with a shoulder injury.
He injured his left ankle against the New York Jets last week, and it appears that injury has not healed sufficiently for him to be able to play against the Packers.
The 6'3 205 defensive back has had 47 tackles and 3 INT's for Kansas City this season.
He will likely be replaced in the starting line-up by Reshard Langford, a third-year safety out of Vanderbilt with 10 tackles on the year.