The valiant 8th Saxon division was caught at Jena & surrendered. after a brief fight we didn't bother putting on the table.
One of the restrictions the Prussians had was that the King would not let them retreat north of the Jena-Gera line without a fight. The battle of Gera convinced the King of the folly of that and the Prussian command was released from the restriction. The Prussian command was felling pretty good about a small win to get the King off their back then getting over the Saal. That is, until they found out that Napoleon was following them with only part of his force and 2 whole Corps had been sent to Leipzig.
Taking Leipzig is a significant step towards victory for the French, but the main Prussian army is still intact, the war isn't over yet.