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    Re: Seneca Time!

    Quote Originally Posted by CyCloned View Post
    Not so sure about that. SW sure didn't have a fraction of the time the Bear's QB did. That last series they looked exactly like the ISU OL.
    Also, many of the Bears front 7 are rookes and 2nd/3rd stringers. The Packers are in trouble if Rodgers misses extended time.



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    Re: Seneca Wallace

    Seneca looked horrible last night. As a Bears fan, it would tough for me to cheer against him. But them I remembered Micah Hyde and Bulaga played for Iowa, and it became much easier!



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    Re: Seneca Wallace

    Quote Originally Posted by CyFanInChiLand;3674685[B
    ]Seneca looked horrible last night.[/B] As a Bears fan, it would tough for me to cheer against him. But them I remembered Micah Hyde and Bulaga played for Iowa, and it became much easier!

    That's not fair at all, Rodgers doesn't let back-ups have any practice reps.

    He's got put in the worst possible situation and did what he could.

    Without Rodgers, I don't think the Packers are any better than the Vikings, maybe not as good.



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    Re: Seneca Time!

    Did anyone else notice the announcers went out of their way to NOT say he was from Iowa State? I was waiting to hear it all night, but they never said where he was drafted from.

    The closest they got was saying he spent 2 years at JuCo before transferring to play 2 years at a university.

    Please correct me if I'm wrong.



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    Re: Seneca Time!

    They mentioned it at least three times that I remember.



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    Re: Seneca Time!

    Quote Originally Posted by Skidoosh View Post
    Did anyone else notice the announcers went out of their way to NOT say he was from Iowa State? I was waiting to hear it all night, but they never said where he was drafted from.

    The closest they got was saying he spent 2 years at JuCo before transferring to play 2 years at a university.

    Please correct me if I'm wrong.
    You're wrong. I heard Iowa State mentioned several times.



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    Re: Seneca Wallace

    Quote Originally Posted by Londo View Post
    He looks pretty rusty, has almost thrown a couple picks, but his hand-off form looks impeccable. In all seriousness though, I am enjoying watching him play for my Packers!
    I can't remember the exact date, but they stated Seneca hasn't taken a meaningful snap since 2011 or something like that. You could just tell he wasn't the Seneca we all know and love. I don't know if it's the age that caught up to him or if he just doesn't have the spark anymore. The look on his face was like he was either really nervous or was just not that into it.



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    Re: Seneca Wallace

    Quote Originally Posted by Rural View Post
    That's not fair at all, Rodgers doesn't let back-ups have any practice reps.

    He's got put in the worst possible situation and did what he could.

    Without Rodgers, I don't think the Packers are any better than the Vikings, maybe not as good.
    The Vikings are dumpster fire. Put Ponder on the Packers and they still are better than the Vikings right now.



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    Re: Seneca Wallace

    Seneca has been a packer for....10 days? yeah, I'm sure he got a lot of reps and time with the playbook


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    Re: Seneca Wallace

    He has small hands



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    Re: Seneca Time!

    Quote Originally Posted by Skidoosh View Post
    Did anyone else notice the announcers went out of their way to NOT say he was from Iowa State? I was waiting to hear it all night, but they never said where he was drafted from.

    The closest they got was saying he spent 2 years at JuCo before transferring to play 2 years at a university.

    Please correct me if I'm wrong.
    How does someone go out of the way to not mention something? Was there a web cam in the booth?


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    Re: Seneca Wallace

    He'll get better. For not playing for two years and being on the team for 10 days he was what you would expect from any QB. Hope they give hime a chance.


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    Re: Seneca Wallace

    Quote Originally Posted by CycoCyclone View Post
    Seneca has been a packer for....10 days? yeah, I'm sure he got a lot of reps and time with the playbook
    September 2, 2013 Signed QB Seneca Wallace.


    Your point stands though. He's not getting any reps. I'm sure the Packers feel like Rodgers doesn't even have enough reps during the week of practice so I can't blame them. But Seneca did what he could in the tough spot he was thrown in. He definitely looked like he was in over his head though..

    Bigger problem ended up being the defense. They just got worn out. Loss isn't on Seneca alone


    EDIT: Where did everybody get 10 days??


    Last edited by CycloneGB; 11-05-2013 at 09:26 AM.

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    Re: Seneca Time!

    Quote Originally Posted by awd4cy View Post
    Seneca has no business being in the NFL anymore.
    He fits right in, based on the horrendous QB play I've witnessed around the league this year. The Rams apparently gave serious thought to Brett Favre. The Bills are playing someone named Jeff Tuel. And, well, the Vikings...



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    Re: Seneca Time!

    They didn't say where Seneca went to school because they were so busy saying where Josh McCowan went to school.

    Where did he go to school?



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