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High and Tight: Backs Run With Fundamentals

RB Ahman Green (Jonathan Daniel/Getty)

No team gives the ball away less than the Green Bay Packers. For their running backs, ball security is just another day at the office. Matt Tevsh has the story of how this group has become the top non-fumbling team in the NFL.

Like a pitcher in the late innings of a no-hitter, the Packers' running backs would almost prefer to keep their unblemished performance on the down-low. Just keep it to themselves. Or at least keep it a secret until the season is over. "We kind of don't too much talk about it," said Brandon Jackson. With just one regular-season game remaining in Arizona on Sunday, Jackson and his running back...

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