The Green Bay Packers certainly didn’t need any more problems at the quarterback position than they already have with All-Pro Aaron Rodgers out with a collarbone injury, but unfortunately they got one more on Sunday to their backup, Seneca Wallace.
While no one expected Wallace to light the world on fire to begin with, he does have significant experience in the NFL, so it was something manageable for now.
However, he couldn’t manage to make it out of the first quarter of his first start against the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday.
In the opening quarter, Wallace rolled out to the right to get a pass off, which he did. But, he was also met with a hit right after his release which caused a groin injury and has taken him out of the game.
As we said, Wallace is out of the game and now former Wisconsin and San Francisco 49ers’ backup Scott Tolzien has come into the game for the Packers.
Wallace’s return is questionable at this point.