Q: Even with Eddie Lacy showing promise of being capable to handle a starting running back role, do you think that the Pack will actually give him that job or resort to a running by committee situation that we have been in for the past few years?
-- Anthony Pollman, St. Norbert College
A: Despite Eddie Lacy's very impressive preseason debut (the eight carries for 40 yards doesn't even do justice to how good he was), coach Mike McCarthy is still sticking by his classification of DuJuan Harris as the starter. Personally, I'm not sold that this will actually be the case when the regular season begins.
Harris was very dependable and consistent late last season and he's definitely a well-above-average NFL running back, but Lacy seems like the game-changer that the Packers have been looking for in the backfield for a long time. If Lacy stays healthy (and that was one question that pushed him down draft boards all the way to Green Bay at No. 61), he could be an NFL Rookie...