With Aaron Rodgers shelved for the time being due to a collarbone fracture, it's time for Seneca Wallace to step up and fill a huge void left on the Packers' offense.
Wallace has been an NFL quarterback for a long time, spending most of his career as a backup. He's had game experience, which is why Packers coach Mike McCarthy expressed confidence in Wallace leading the offense while Rodgers is out.
“He’s played in a lot of games, been in the league a long time, I look for him to improve with a week of preparation,” McCarthy said, via the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel. “I have all the confidence in the world in Seneca.”
For his career, Wallace has appeared in 63 games. He's totaled 4,922 yards, 32 touchdowns and 19 interceptions.
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Aaron Wilson covers the Ravens for The Baltimore Sun.