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Take away one big run by Alex Green, and the Packers' running backs averaged 2.1 per carry. That's inches, not yards.

The Green Bay Packers' running game, which tore up the St. Louis Rams last week, was abysmal on Friday night against the Seattle Seahawks. On the surface, the team's 23 carries for 75 yards – a 3.3-yard average – isn't good enough. But look inside the numbers and it's gruesome. More than half of the yards came on Vince Young's scrambles of 21 and 18 yards. Until Alex Green had a 31-yard run in... Recommended Stories

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