Philadelphia Eagles say Green Bay Packers still dangerous without QB Aaron Rodgers

The Philadelphia Eagles won't have to face Aaron Rodgers when they take on the Packers in Green Bay on Sunday.

They will have to face Seneca Wallace, and the Eagles say he presents his own set of problems.

Rodgers broke his left collarbone during Monday night's game against Chicago, and Wallace is expected to start at quarterback against Philadelphia. Wallace was 11 of 19 for 114 yards in Green Bay's 27-20 loss to the Bears.

Eagles cornerback Cary Williams says nothing changes for his team when it comes to the QB switch. He says Wallace is "a savvy veteran."