Grossman had a difficult time attending the Week 4 game as a spectator although he tried to help his replacement, Jonathan Quinn, whenever he could.
"It was hard during the National Anthem and running out -- I was actually 'crutching' out," Grossman said. "But after the start of the game, I just became a fan and would help out as much as I could.
"If there's anything specific that Jonathan might ask me to watch, I'll watch for him, like what the safeties are doing. If there's something I see that he may have missed, I'll tell him. But for the most part, I know from my experience playing, I know what I saw and I don't really need a whole lot of input."
Grossman spent a couple days after his injury second-guessing himself, but he's resigned himself to his coming surgery and the lengthy rehab that will follow.
"The first couple days I (was thinking), 'I wish I'd have done this, I wish I'd have done that,' " he said. "But I'm starting to just accept my fate and make the best of it."