GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Five things to watch for in the Week 10 Sunday afternoon matchup between the Green Bay Packers (5-3) and Philadelphia Eagles (4-5) at Lambeau Field:
1. Signs of improvement from Wallace
Remember in the 2010 season when Aaron Rodgers suffered a concussion and Matt Flynn came on in relief? Flynn wasn't good in that game in Detroit, failing to lead the Packers to any points in more than two quarters of action, with Green Bay losing despite its defense only allowing seven points. After practicing as the starter, though, Flynn performed well on the road against New England the following week with a passer rating over 100.0.
For Flynn, the difference between being called on mid-game and having a week of preparation was drastic. This is Seneca Wallace's chance for the same type of result in his second game.
Like Flynn three years ago, Wallace wasn't any good Monday night when he took over for Rodgers. No touchdown passes and only 114 yards through the air in more tha...