To QB or not to QB … that is the question.

Well, things started out OK. On my drive up to Green Bay I decided to concentrate on the quarterback (s). With Aaron Rodgers out, I was thinking that was the story. So, before the start of the game, I headed up to get a birds-eye vantage point for the start of the game. Luckily, Seneca Wallace brought the team together for a pep-talk to start off the game. So far so good …

2I have to say, this game was kinda bizarre. I had myself positioned in front of the Packers and before I knew it, Seneca Wallace was out with a groin injury and Scott Tolzien was announced as playing the position of quarterback. Scott Tolzein? Wow!

To be honest, I wasn’t sure why that happened. Initially, I didn’t know that Wallace got a groin injury. What I did know is that what was happening on the field really didn’t matter that much. I needed to get to the bench to get some images that revealed what was going on. With a little persistence and patience, I put myself in the position to get a nice shot of Tolzien consoling Wallace …

5I must have spent the next 10-minutes or so working the sideline trying to get as many images related to the quarterback position as I could …

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Wallace didn’t seem too happy to see me concentrating on him. But, I’m here to do a job and I wanted to get as close as I could …

4Time for an intermission to show you my favorite pics on the day. Eddie Lacy giving that extra effort for a first down and the Packers getting burned for a touchdown despite double coverage … 611I was fairly impressed by Tolzien and made sure I kept my camera focused on what will now be the starting quarterback for the Packers in the unforeseen future. This is going to be interesting …

789Packers fans still keep the faith hoping a quick return of Aaron Rodgers, but I think this is going to be a rough 3-4 weeks. Gotta love their enthusiasm though …

101Dare I say it? Matt Flynn.  Ok, there I said it. Despite Wallace getting injured and an overall loss with Tolzein at the helm, the quarterbacks didn’t look too bad. I’m just thinking they need a little insurance and I think that is where Flynn steps in. Thanks for stopping by … Dan.

 

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