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Super Bowl preview looms for NFC’s ‘Team to Beat’

            Tim Fuller-USA TODAY Sports You can almost smell that Turkey in the oven. The stuffing and mashed potatoes. Veggies and dinner rolls. Cranberry sauce and pumpkin pie. Yes, we’ve reached the fourth week of November, which means two things: Thanksgiving and the start of the NFL’s stretch run towards the playoffs. And as Week 12 concludes...
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Why Packers' offense continues to evolve despite success

The Green Bay Packers beat the division rival Minnesota Vikings on Sunday 24-21, finalizing a season sweep. These Vikings are not the Purple People Eaters of the 1970s, with Alan Page and Jim Marshall blowing up backfields across the league. These Vikings are, however, a young and ascending team that looked much better than in the Week 5 42-10 blowout that saw Rodgers trading in...
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Green Bay Packers: News, stats, and stars from the Vikings game

For the fifth time in the nine seasons that Mike McCarthy has been the head coach of the Green Bay Packers, his team swept the season series against the Minnesota Vikings, this time winning 24-21.  While it was not the fifty point performance the Packers had shown the past two games, it was still enough to get the victory against the Vikings, who now are in the cellar in the NFC...
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Packers 24, Vikings 21: Game Balls and Lame Calls

The Green Bay Packers failed to score 50 points for the third consecutive game on Sunday. Fire everybody! Just kidding. Anyways, the Packers’ starters actually had to play meaningful football into the fourth quarter as the Packers hung on to beat the Minnesota Vikings 24-21.  Green Bay now has sole possession of first place in the NFC North thanks to the Detroit Lions getting...
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Packers avoid upset to archrival Vikings, grab first in NFC North

MVP-Eddie Lacy Aaron Rodgers wasn’t so great in this one, only passing for 209 yards. Eddie Lacy led the team’s offense, finishing with 125 rushing yards and had a touchdown reception and rushing touchdown. He finished with 138 total yards. LVP-Teddy Bridgewater He wasn’t awful, but he wasn’t very good either in the loss. He did finish with 210 yards with a touchdown, but...
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In and Out: Packers Escape TCF Bank

On a day in which Aaron Rodgers “struggled” it was running back, Eddie Lacy that carried the load for the Packers offense. For the first time this season Lacy eclipsed the 20 carries mark. Lacy finished the day with 25 carries for 125 yards, with a rushing and receiving touchdown. In the two games against the Vikings this season Lacy has eclipsed 100 yards rushing in and has...
Via Pro Football Spot
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Lacy fulfills dream - builds parents house post-Katrina

What a great story this is. Green Bay Packers running back Eddie Lacy kept his promise to build his parents a house after their home was destroyed by Hurricane Katrina. Back in 2005, Hurricane Katrina washed through Louisiana, completely obliterating Lacy’s family home forcing them to live in a trailer in Geismar, Louisiana. #Packers RB Eddie Lacy fulfills promise, buys parents...
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7 days ago  |  Discuss

Is Eddie Lacy of the Green Bay Packers a top five running back in the NFL?

You can tell me the NFL is a passing league until you’re blue in the face, and maybe you’d be right, but the great teams all know how to run the ball as well. Each week it seems every sports site on the net publishes its own quarterback power rankings but very few do it with running backs. Why no love for the rush? It’s time to change all of that. Here’s my running back power...
Via cover32 - Packers
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Eddie Lacy shrugs off and runs over Eagles defenders during touchdown scamper (video)

When Eddie Lacy gets those powerful legs of his churning, he is really tough to bring down. Some may argue the best course of action for opposing players is to just get out of his way. The Philadelphia Eagles learned that lesson the hard way in getting demolished by the Green Bay Packers on Sunday, 53-20. And on one particular play which took place early in the fourth quarter, Lacy...
Via The Sports Daily
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Green Bay Packers: 3 flukes or flaws to keep in mind

When any team enters its bye week, there are always questions to be asked. Sometimes those questions have answers, sometimes they don’t. For the Green Bay Packers, the bye week almost arrived without much cause for concern at all. Heading into Sunday night’s 44-23 defeat at the hands of the struggling New Orleans Saints, Green Bay had won four games straight, three of which...
28 days ago  |  Discuss

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