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'Hot Hand' at RB Has Served McCarthy Well

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Five different running backs have started games for the Packers this season. The most recent, DuJuan Harris, figures to get the first shot to run against the 49ers. But as coach Mike McCarthy has said and shown in the past, he's not afraid to make a change at running back with little warning.

During the 2010 season, the Green Bay Packers' running game turned to a rookie down the stretch to carry the ball on their way to the Super Bowl. This season — at least for the time being — they have turned to a recent practice squad player to try to do the same thing. DuJuan Harris, elevated to the active roster just 40 days ago, has been the buzz in the Packers' backfield over the past month...

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