Green Bay Packers’ Position of Interest: Running Back

April 30, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Packers' running game is an underrated, overlooked unit, with underrated Ryan Grant paving the way. But, this unit is rated enough to be a position of interest this offseason, as one has not fully considered what the running game would look like with Grant out of the picture.
You can say this: it would struggle, and Packer fans would finally appreciate the value he brings, and how teams must cover and respect Grant's ground game. The backfield is truly bringing some interest and intrigue this offseason, as it is key for the offense to gain even more ground with a fresh, young gun slinging franchise quarterback in Aaron Rodgers.
The backfield hit home in 2007 when Grant was obtained for a sixth round draft pick from the New York Giants. He has revitilized the ground game the Packers have oft struggled with; other Packers like Jackson and Wynn have attempted, but were not fully ready to carry a load like Grant has.
The staff has been great on Grant, but his back-ups...

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