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QB Seneca Wallace, Green Bay Packers

HT: 5-11, WT: 196, Born: 8-6-1980, College: Iowa State, Drafted: Round 4

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Stats and Week 21 Projection

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SEASON TOTAL16241395.8010006

Week 21 Injury Status and Other News

He was not listed on Friday's injury report.

Week 21 Matchup Info

The Green Bay Packers have a bye this week.

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Game Summaries

Week 9 vs CHI - Whatever we think of Seneca Wallace’s overall performance, we should keep in mind that he came into the game after a week of minimal snaps with the first team offense—something which often hurts a quarterback’s performance. Wallace also hasn’t taken a snap in-game since 2011. Both of which explain his accuracy issues, but not as much his field awareness—or lack thereof. Wallace was sacked four times and every time it was a matter of him taking too long and holding the ball for too long which did him in. Two of his sacks came on the last drive—the first, a drive-killing 17-yard sack where he just ran backwards in a panic and pushed his team back to their own 20 yard line. Wallace also shorted multiple passes to receivers, sending a ton of passes into the ground two or three yards in front of his targets. All this despite the fact that the Chicago Bears chose to stack the line against running back Eddie Lacy (too little effect), leaving the receivers in mostly single-coverage. Hopefully a week’s worth of practice with the starting receivers will help Wallace, but he’s going to have to be more aware of where he is standing and make better decisions if the Packers rely on him going forward.

Week 10 vs PHI - It looked very much like backup-turned-starter Seneca Wallace was much more settled on Sunday than he had when he stepped in for Aaron Rodgers the week prior. He completed all five of his first five passes, though the drive stalled out and the offense had to settle for a field goal attempt (which Mason Crosby missed—something which happened quite a bit Sunday). However, on the final play of that drive, a dump pass to tight end Brandon Bostick, Wallace injured his groin muscle. He was replaced by Scott Tolzien, who had just come off the practice squad. While by no means perfect, Tolzien looked good enough to potentially take the starting job away from Wallace until Rodgers returns.

Week 11 at NYG - It looked very much like backup-turned-starter Seneca Wallace was much more settled on Sunday than he had when he stepped in for Aaron Rodgers the week prior. He completed all five of his first five passes, though the drive stalled out and the offense had to settle for a field goal attempt (which Mason Crosby missed—something which happened quite a bit Sunday). However, on the final play of that drive, a dump pass to tight end Brandon Bostick, Wallace injured his groin muscle. He was replaced by Scott Tolzien, who had just come off the practice squad. While by no means perfect, Tolzien looked good enough to potentially take the starting job away from Wallace until Rodgers returns.