Packers Running Attack

The Packers are a team on the brink of a Super Bowl. They have one of the best quarterbacks in the game with Aaron Rodgers, and they also have a great core of wide receivers. One of the most underrated aspects of their offense is their rushing attack. Although it is not as good as the passing game, it is still one of the better ones in the NFL.

Over time, Eddie Lacy has emerged to be a quality NFL running back. He is one of the few running backs out of Alabama to actually produce in the league. This year, he has his sights set on adding value to the Packers and leading the team to the playoffs and a Super Bowl.

Weight Questions

There have always been questions surrounding the playing weight of Eddie Lacy. From the time he was in college, many scouts thought that he carried too much weight. There were even times when he would show up to camp and be too heavy to play as fast as he needed to. However, he has learned how to manage his playing weight and is now in training camp for the 2016 season. Many people in the Packers organization are tired of having to answer questions about his physical health. He looks ready to play, and by all accounts he will contribute from the first snap this year.

Championship Contender

If the Packers are going to take the next step as a team, they have to go deep into the playoffs and win a Super Bowl.

A lot of Packers fans are tired of the occasional playoff appearance with no Super Bowl. Although Aaron Rodgers is not old, he is not getting any younger. Here are areas the Packers excel.

  • Quarterback
  • Wide Receivers
  • Offensive Line
  • Special Teams

The time is now for the team to make a run for a title, and Eddie Lacy needs to play a big role in that.

If the Packers can solidify a rushing attack, they will be able to be much more varied in how they attack defenses. The offense is one of the best in the NFL, but a lot of times they score so quickly that they leave the defense out to dry. Having a better rushing game will allow them to control the clock and make a difference for the team.

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