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Lacy's Job Could Be Easier with Green Bay

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Eddie Lacy led the nation's active ball-carriers in yards per attempt, and that's when he wore a bull's-eye as the leading figure on Alabama's offense. With Lacy and Aaron Rodgers, defenses might have to pick their poison.

Eddie Lacy was too big, too strong and too good, and his offensive line was too talented, as he ran roughshod in leading Alabama to the national championship. Lacy's advantages will be diminished as he runs against the NFL's bigger, faster and stronger defenses, but there is one big reason to believe Lacy ultimately will be productive. At Alabama, Lacy wore the offensive bull's-eye. Defenses... Recommended Stories

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