Green Bay Packers: 5 Reasons an Improved Running Game Can Help Reclaim NFC North

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Green Bay Packers: 5 Reasons an Improved Running Game Can Help Reclaim NFC North
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With injuries to Cedric Benson, Alex Green has taken over the starting role

The Green Bay Packers have been on a roll as of late. Aaron Rodgers and the boys got their third consecutive win last weekend, bringing them to a healthy record of 5-3. 

While it may look like the Packers got over their early season struggles, there is still one area of the team that can't get it going: the running backs. 

The Green Bay running game is ranked 26th in the league, putting up just 90 yards per contest.

A poor running game, combined with a few rough losses has, the Packers tied for second in the NFC North with Minnesota

If the Packers want to reclaim the NFC North they need to improve their running game. Here are five reasons why. 

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