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With Aaron Rodgers out indefinitely with a broken collarbone, it appears the Green Bay Packers have entered a Twilight Zone of uncertainty under center for the first time since 1992. Will Seneca Wallace be able to rise to the occasion, or will all of our worst fears come true?
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-- Schmies, Minnesota
Q: Is Brett Favre available until Rodgers gets back?
-- Roger, VA Beach
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