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Another QB injured in Packers loss

GREEN BAY - The script was an all-too-familiar one for Packers fans: the starting quarterback gets hurt at the end of the first offensive series and the team struggles with a backup getting his first real game snaps as a Packer.


The script also included the ending Packers fans weren't hoping for.


Seneca Wallace left with a groin injury Sunday, and Nick Foles threw three long touchdown passes for the Eagles in a 27-13 Green Bay loss.


Scott Tolzien, the former Wisconsin Badger, entered for Wallace and threw for 280 yards and a touchdown. Tolzien had a chance at a second score, but a floated throw to the end zone was intercepted by Brandon Boykin and returned 75 yards.


The Packers (5-4) lost back-to-back home games for the first time since 2008.

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