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Run Game Remains Packers' Offseason Focus

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Never mind Bryan Bulaga protecting Aaron Rodgers' blind side. The statistics show the Packers fielded one of the worst left-side running attacks in the league last season. With Bulaga at left tackle and the addition of two talented backs, the Packers have continued their evolution.

Aaron Rodgers will have a new blind-side protector with Bryan Bulaga having replaced Marshall Newhouse at left tackle. That, however, is not the real story. Say what you want about Newhouse, but the Packers went 23-6 and averaged 27.7 points per game with him in the starting lineup. Rodgers threw 77 touchdown passes and just 13 interceptions in those games. That ratio of 5.92 touchdowns per...

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