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A Packers RB Finally Had A 100-Yard Day

For the first time since the 2010 playoffs, a Packers running back has gone over 100 yards. Their backup RB. The Redskins defense is a mess.

James Starks only got in the game after Eddie Lacy was sidelined with a concusion. Through the end of the third quarter, Starks has 13 carries for 116 yards and a score.

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Which in itself wouldn't be a death sentence...except Aaron Rodgers has thrown for 414 yards and four touchdowns. No wonder FOX cut away from this game for most of the country in the third quarter.

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