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5 Most Devastating Quarterback Injuries in NFL History

Green Bay isn't the only team that has had to play on without its MVP quarterback
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5 Most Devastating Quarterback Injuries in NFL History

Aaron Rodgers’ season ended on Sunday with a broken collarbone at the hands of the Vikings. The Green Bay quarterback joins the ranks of many signal-callers whose season has ended or been interrupted due to injuries.

 

10 Greatest NFL Quarterback Classes of All-Time

Eli Manning and his two Super Bowl victories headline a star-studded Class of 2004.
<p> The 10 Greatest Quarterback Classes of All-Time, including John Elway, Dan Marino and Jim Kelly in the Quarterback Class of 1983; Eli Manning, Ben Roethlisberger and Philip Rivers in the Quarterback Class of 2004; and Peyton Manning, Matt Hasselbeck and Charlie Batch in the Quarterback Class of 1998.</p>

The Quarterback Class of 2012 is off to a fast start. Led by Indianapolis’ Andrew Luck, Washington’s Robert Griffin III and Seattle’s Russell Wilson, the Class of 2012 has a solid base to build on. But they have a long way to go to catch up with the greatest quarterback classes in NFL history.

Most drafts have one or two serviceable passers, the majority of these 10 had multiple Super Bowl caliber signal-callers:

Lance Moore Active for the Saints on as Drew Brees Eyes Marino's Record

New Orleans go-to receiver will be in the lineup against the Falcons
<p> New Orleans go-to receiver will be in the lineup against the Falcons</p>

Lance Moore, will continue his great year as he is officially active for the New Orleans Saints on Monday night.

Moore tweaked his hamstring on Friday and was held out of practice on Saturday, but it seems as though this was more of a precautionary measure. According to reports, Moore was fine in pre-game exercises and looks like he's ready to go.