Quarterback Matthew Stafford suffered a knee injury on Sunday against the Bears.
For now, it doesn’t appear to be serious.
Per Jay Glazer of FOX, Stafford suffered a kneecap subluxation, which is fancy doctor talk for “it popped out of joint and popped back in.”
On the surface, all should be fine. But there’s a chance that the process of popping the knee out and in might have damaged some of the stuff in the vicinity.
An MRI will be conducted Monday to determine whether anything was indeed messed up inside the knee.
The Steelers come to town next week. So maybe Stafford has his fingers crossed for an injury that causes him to miss one game.