Found August 18, 2013 on Fox Sports Wisconsin:
Five things we learned from the Packers' 19-7 preseason win over the St. Louis Rams: 1. Eddie Lacy forces Mike McCarthy to think again about the starting running back Lacy got to work with Aaron Rodgers and the starting offense and he looked every bit like the dominant runner that he was at Alabama. Running off of starting right tackle Don Barclay (which is an interesting development in itself), Lacy's first two carries alone totaled 22 yards. Later, Lacy had an 11-yard run to the left side and also brought in a pass from Rodgers for an 11-yard gain. Lacy exited the game early in the second quarter when Rodgers did, but not before he had put together 40 yards rushing on only eight carries (5.0 average). Earlier this week, coach McCarthy said that he would "classify (DuJuan Harris) as a starter on our football team." That could have changed Saturday night with Lacy's performance. With Harris sidelined as he returns from a knee injury, Lacy -- as McCarthy put...
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