Green Bay Packers’ Run Game Possible? Don’t Count It Out Just Yet

January 7, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Most fans and experts would probably tell you that Green Bay's match-up in Philadelphia is going to be explosive, but that Green Bay will be lacking one thing on offense.
Nobody can question that a run game is vital in the postseason, and that's why there is doubt that Green Bay can beat Philadelphia this weekend, for they only rank 24th in overall rush offense this season.
While they're absolutely right about doubting a Green Bay victory this weekend due to a lack of run game, they're wrong about it being an impossibility.
Green Bay has still had some good days in the run game this season, including Week 1 in Philadelphia, where they ran for a total of 132 yards and a touchdown.
For Green Bay, the run game really seemed to be turning a new leaf when Green Bay faced New England back in Week 14, where they ran on 38 attempts for 143 yards. The New England Patriots rank 11th best against the run.
The following week, the Green Bay Packers faced one of the league's...

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