Wallace compelted 11-of-19 passes for 114 yards Monday night against Chicago in relief of the injured Aaron Rodgers. He was intercepted once and sacked four times.
Rodgers injury and Wallace's subpar performance likely cost many owners their match up in Week 9. Wallace wasn't added to the roster until after training camp, and given Rodgers past durability, even coach Mike McCarthy admitted Wallace hadn't practiced enough to be a capable backup. Likely to start Week 10 against the Eagles, Wallace shouldn't be written off as a QB2 given the weapons around him.
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