Packers roll over Rams on Monday Night Football I The Rush

Baker Mayfield’s Hollywood comeback might have come to an end as the Packers rolled against the Rams on Monday Night Football, Jalen Hurts might miss a couple of weeks which means it might be Gardner Minshew time for the Eagles, and despite betting on Argentina, Drake lost his World Cup bet.

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[MUSIC PLAYING]

[SHIMMER]

JARED QUAY: Baker Mayfield's Hollywood comeback may have come to an end before it even really began.

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SAMWISE GAMGEE: It's over now.

JARED QUAY: Starting in his second game after his dramatic release from the Panthers and journey to Los Angeles, Baker and the Rams looked pretty lifeless against the Packers. Oh, well. It was fun while it lasted, Baker.

Hey, [? Rogers. ?] Get your squad in the playoffs. Eagles quarterback and MVP candidate Jalen Hurts could miss Saturday's game against the Cowboys.

- Uh-oh.

JARED QUAY: Hurts has a sprained throwing shoulder, which he picked up in the Eagles 25-20 win over the Bears, which means it could be Gardner Minshew time, baby.

TRACY MORGAN: I don't know how I feel about that.

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JARED QUAY: Well, I can't tell you how to feel, but I can point out a few fun facts. Minshew mania was a thing for about five minutes. The last time an Eagles star quarterback got hurt, the backup won a Super Bowl. And most importantly, the Eagles haven't quite secured the number one seed in the NFC yet.

This is important because only the one seed gets a first-round bye come playoff time.

WILL FERRELL: If you ain't first, you're last.

JARED QUAY: And with three games remaining, the Eagles hold a two-game lead over the second-seed Vikings. It's unlikely the Eagles go full implode mode. But without their star quarterback [? in ?] [? the ?] center for a couple of weeks, things get a little more interesting.

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MARGE SIMPSON: Not over until it's over.

JARED QUAY: Argentina winning the World Cup made a lot of people a lot of money--

- I love money.

JARED QUAY: --and for good reason. Lionel Messi's squad was one of the favorites to win the World Cup. And so a lot of people made the financial decision to bet on Argentina, including superstar rapper Drake. The rapper and Toronto Raptors superfan reportedly bet--

DR. EVIL: $1 million.

JARED QUAY: On Argentina, but he lost.

YODA: How can this be?

JARED QUAY: Because Drake bet on Argentina to win in regular time, as soon as the final went to extra time, Drake lost his $1 million bet.

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JOHN CANDY: That's got to hurt.

JARED QUAY: Soccer gambling can be confusing as hell. And if I bet $1 million on the correct team and still lost, I'd be throwing a temper tantrum. I'd be throwing my phone or whatever else is next to me.

How do you lose when you won? You're like, hey, man, my team won, but I didn't win. He's like, you got a bet the tie.

[INAUDIBLE] if I bet a tie or a team won, I still won. It's so confusing. You got to get a book. Honestly, don't bet on soccer.