The Green Bay Packers' quarterback problems just got worse. With Aaron Rodgers out, Seneca Wallace got the start — but he didn't last long.
Wallace appeared to injure his groin with about five minutes left in the first quarter, completing a pass to Andrew Quarless before the Packers had to punt.
When they came back on offense, Scott Tolzien — who had just been elevated from the practice squad this week — replaced Wallace in what became his official NFL debut.
Wallace completed his first five pass attempts for 25 yards before leaving.
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