Not surprised by pick up of Seneca Wallace


Makes sense. I would have been really concerned if the Pack started the season with just Coleman as THE back-up. Wallace is a seasoned veteran who would give us a better chance to win than Coleman. Good move. Though the curious thing is that unless they plan to keep Tolzein on the practice squad with the hope of developing him – right now there are no QBs MM and TT are developing – and they like developing QBs.



One Response to “Not surprised by pick up of Seneca Wallace”

  1. Dave in Tucson Says:

    Well, in order to develop a QB, you need one worth developing. I don’t think anyone will argue that it was time to cut Harrell loose, and Coleman certainly didn’t do much to distinguish himself in the preseason, 7th round pick or no.

    I still don’t understand what they were trying to do with VY. Even with more time to get used to our system, he seems like a poor fit for the Packers’ pass-first style of offense in the best of circumstances.

    I don’t know anything about Tolzein (although 49ers fans didn’t seem too impressed with him). As I said in another comment, if Wallace can manage a hand off without fumbling, we’ll probably be ahead of where we were last year.

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