NFC North injury report, Week 14: Jay Cutler exits with neck injury

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Jay Cutler had to leave Sunday's game against Minnesota with a neck ailment in the latter stages.

In the Minnesota Vikings hard-earned 21-14 win over the Chicago Bears on Sunday, there weren't too many injuries to speak of for the winning team.

However, the Bears suffered quite a few. Jay Cutler had to leave the game in the fourth quarter with a neck ailment, while defensive end Shea McClellin hurt his knee in the second half and didn't return. Safety Craig Steltz injured his chest and also left the game.

Another man who didn't make it through the contest was Vikings' corner A.J. Jefferson, who had to leave the game after sustaining a concussion. Jefferson was sandwiched by his own teammates and went down before leaving the field under his own power.

In the contest between the Green Bay Packers and Detroit Lions, neither side sustained any major injuries. Lions' safety Louis Delmas couldn't play, and it's believed Detroit might shut him down for the rest of the season.

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