Could Matt Flynn be the Packers' best answer while Aaron Rodgers is out?
Starter Aaron Rodgers will miss a few weeks (at best), and backup Seneca Wallace has proven to be a bad fit for the team as the starter.
Flynn was the backup in Green Bay for four seasons from 2008-2011, and he had one of the best games in Packers history in the final game of the 2011 season, when he lit up the Lions for 6 TD passes.
If Flynn can do anything at all for the Packers, it will be better than what they've been getting lately, and the Packers are hoping that he can at least be a serviceable replacement while they wait for Rodgers to get back. There's a playoff spot on the line, and they'll need some good things from Flynn if they hope to make it.