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Seneca Wallace's Instant Fantasy Value After Aaron Rodgers' Injury

SAN FRANCISCO, CA - SEPTEMBER 08:  Quarterback Seneca Wallace #9 of the Green Bay Packers drops back to pass prior to the start of the game against the San Francisco 49ers at Candlestick Park on September 8, 2013 in San Francisco, California.  (Photo by Jeff Gross/Getty Images)
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Tim KeeneyContributor INovember 4, 2013

From a fantasy perspective, the Green Bay Packers offense just went from enviable to undesirable—and Seneca Wallace is at the helm of the latter. 

The Packers' worst nightmare came to fruition on Monday night, as unreplaceable Aaron Rodgers suffered a shoulder injury to his non-throwing arm and was forced from the game.

Green Bay's Twitter feed provided the dreary update:

It's too early to know for sure, but Rodgers has to be considered very questionable for Week 10, leaving Wallace with a potential start against the Philadelphia Eagles. 

That's an intriguing matchup, but don't get too cute. Unless you're desperate, in a ginormous league or just enjoy taking risks, Wallace shouldn't be a fantasy option. 

He's a career 59.2 percent passer with 31 touchdowns and 18 interceptions, which isn't terrible, but it's nothing more than a low-end QB2 in most leagues. 

In the first half against the Bears, Wallace went 5-of-8 for 43 yards and an interception with zero rushing yards. 

Stay away. 

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