Green Bay Packers: 5 Reasons the Pack's Running Game Needs Improvement

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Green Bay Packers: 5 Reasons the Pack's Running Game Needs Improvement
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With injuries to Cedric Benson and James Starks, Alex Green has found himself in a starting role

The Green Bay Packers have struggled so far this season, losing more games in the first three weeks than they lost in the entirety of last season. 

After a big win against the Houston Texans on Sunday, the Packers finally looked like last season's team. While the passing game and the defense looked better against the Texans, one area was still missing: the running game.

The Packers running backs put up just 99 yards on 31 attempts among Alex Green, John Kuhn and James Starks.

If the Packers want to continue to right the ship and bring another Lombardi trophy to its rightful home at Lambeau Field, they need to improve on the ground.

Here are five reasons why.

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