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Run Attempts Finally Produce

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Against the Cardinals, the Packers posted their highest rushing totals since 2009. Hear what coach Mike McCarthy said about them and how they set up the play of the game.

For the time being, the Green Bay Packers can stop answering questions about their sluggish running game. With 176 yards on 39 attempts, both season highs, in a 31-17 victory over the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday at Lambeau Field, the Packers finally got some production. And it was needed on a day when injuries piled up and quarterback Aaron Rodgers, admittedly, had an off day (14-of-30, though...

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