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Offensive Line Powers Rejuvenated Run Game

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It's just four games, but the Packers are on pace to obliterate the team record for yards per carry and smash through the 2,000-yard barrier for the first time in a decade. How are they doing it? With "incredible" performances by the offensive line.

After Sunday's victory over Detroit, Aaron Rodgers said the offensive line played "incredible." That word hasn't been used often in conjunction with the Green Bay Packers' offensive line in quite some time. In that 22-9 win, the Packers rushed for 180 yards and threw for a net of 269 for a total of 449. Rodgers was sacked once — and that was a coverage sack in which Rodgers had plenty of time to...

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