Packers' Potent Rushing Attack Alone Isn't Enough to Keep Them in NFC North Race

BR StudiosFeatured ColumnistNovember 5, 2013

Eddie Lacy and James Starks looked great against the Chicago Bears on Monday Night Football, but without Aaron Rodgers under center, the Green Bay Packers lost 27-20.

Can they expect more of the same if their passing attack falters in the future?

NFL analyst Josh Zerkle gives his thoughts on the Packers' situation in the video above.

What do you think? Can they compete with Seneca Wallace starting, or are they doomed to fall off in the NFC North race without a potent attack through the air?

Leave your thoughts below, and be sure to check out Bleacher Report's injury tracker

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