In tiny Green Bay sits a No. 2 quarterback who's played in just three NFL games and remains a mystery to many. But Scott Tolzien just might be one of the top 32 signal callers in the league.
And it would be a surprise to absolutely no one if Tolzien is steering a quarterback-starved franchise by 2016.
"Could he start in this league? I don't see why he couldn't," Packers quarterbacks and wide receivers coach Alex Van Pelt said. "I think he's had an exceptional camp."
Tolzien has certainly looked like that during another stellar summer in Green Bay. And Tolzien, who will become an unrestricted free agent next March, is putting together some impressive résumé tape for the rest of the league to study, the story said. Last month, NFL.com ranked the backup quarterbacks from 1 to 32 and listed Tolzien at No. 21. When several Packers were told of that in recent weeks, they all laughed, the piece added.