Green Bay Packers 2012: Rankings the Options at Running Back

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Green Bay Packers 2012: Rankings the Options at Running Back
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The Green Bay Packers come into 2012 looking to repeat their high-octane offense from a year ago. In 2011, the Packers averaged a league best 35.0 points per game (2nd most in NFL History). 

Despite how productive the Packers offense was, they still struggled running the ball last season. They ranked 27th in the NFL as a team with 97.4 yards per game. Clearly, the offense managed to do just fine with that running. However, in the few times the Packers needed the run game to step up, the passing game was slowed down and the running backs never could quite pick up the slack.

The Green Bay Packers would very much like to get their running game going, which will greatly improve their chances at another Super Bowl run.

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