After star Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers left Sunday's game vs. the Minnesota Vikings with a broken collarbone, it was up to Chandler High School grad and former UCLA quarterback Brett Hundley to step in.
The Packers lost Rodgers, possibly for the season, in the first quarter of Sunday's game following this hit.
— Chat Sports (@ChatSports) October 15, 2017
Hundley struggled in his first NFL start (stats) as the Packers went on to lose to the Vikings 23-10. But he did throw his first-ever NFL TD pass, a 14-yarder to wide receiver Devante Adams in the second quarter.
— Green Bay Packers (@packers) October 15, 2017
Hundley, a Chandler native who became the second Arizona-born QB to play in a conference championship game last season, starred at Chandler HS until 2010 before starring at UCLA alongside fellow Chandler grad and current New York Giants running back Paul Perkins.