Final Verdict: OK, so the Green Bay Packers may be in trouble.
Things were bad enough with starting quarterback Aaron Rodgers out indefinitely with a broken collarbone.
Now, with Seneca Wallace forced from Sunday's game against the Philadelphia Eagles with a groin injury, the Packers were forced to turn to Scott Tolzien under center.
Tolzien threw for 280 yards, but two interceptions helped contribute to a 27-13 loss that dropped the Packers out of first place.
ESPN: Packers (10-3)
CBS Sports: Eagles (6-2)
Fox Sports: Eagles (4-1)
USA Today: Eagles (4-3)
Bleacher Report: Tied (6-6)
Overall: Eagles (23-22)
The Green Bay Packers have to be the most depressed first-place team in the NFL.
As Tom Silverstein of The Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel reports, quarterback Aaron Rodgers is out indefinitely after breaking his collarbone in last week's loss to the Chicago Bears.
Rodgers is tentatively expected to be out at least a month, which has cast clouds of doubt all over the Packers' season.
That doubt, in turn, has led to the closest vote so far this season for this week's home game against the Philadelphia Eagles.
With a vote this close, it's no surprise the writers at Bleacher Report are split right down the middle.
Bleacher Report NFL National Lead Writer Ty Schalter took the Packers, writing, "Even without Aaron Rodgers, the Packers are too talented to lose at home to this Eagles team. It's really, really close, but it's a Packers win."
NFL National Lead Writer Miller disagreed. "No Aaron Rodgers?" Miller said. "No way the Packers can keep up with the Eagles offense."