Packers inactives list for Week 11 game against Chargers

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The majority of the players on the Green Bay Packers' Week 11 injury report are good to go. That includes wide receiver Christian Watson, running back Aaron Jones, defensive tackle Kenny Clark, guard Elgton Jenkins, and tackle Yosh Nijman. That's good news for Jordan Love.

The Packers listed starting safety Rudy Ford as doubtful to play against the Los Angeles Chargers. Three key starters on defense -- cornerback Jaire Alexander, edge rusher Rashan Gary, and inside linebacker Quay Walker -- are questionable.

Gary suffered a shoulder injury during practice on Friday. He hadn't previously been on the injury report for Week 11.

Here are the inactives for the Packers and Chargers in Week 11:

Packers vs. Chargers inactives Week 11

Packers inactives

  • S Rudy Ford
  • CB Jaire Alexander
  • CB Kyu Blu Kelly
  • LB Brenton Cox Jr.
  • T Caleb Jones
  • WR Samori Toure

Chargers inactives

  • WR Jalen Guyton
  • TE Gerald Everett
  • RB Isaiah Spiller
  • DL Scott Matlock
  • CB Essang Bassey
  • OL Zack Bailey
  • RB Elijah Dotson

Outside of the Detroit Lions game in Week 4, this is the Packers' toughest test of the season to date. Los Angeles' offense just put up 38 points in a losing effort to Detroit. If the Chargers get anywhere near that number against the Packers, it's likely game over.

But Green Bay must find a way to win because the games don't get any easier in the coming weeks. The Packers travel to Ford Field to take on the Lions only four days from now. Detroit destroyed Green Bay at Lambeau Field earlier this season, winning 34-20.

A week later, the Packers host the Super Bowl-champion Kansas City Chiefs, which is not exactly what they need after two tough games against the Chargers and Lions. It's a daunting schedule for Green Bay.

But two are at home. That's the good news. If they find a way to beat the Chargers on Sunday, maybe they can build some momentum and cause an upset over the Lions or Chiefs. We'll see.

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