Playing the hapless Cleveland Browns proved to be the perfect elixir for the Green Bay Packers' offensive struggles. The Packers played their most complete game of the season Sunday, running the ball effectively and keeping quarterback Aaron Rodgers clean and upright for the first time all season. Rodgers was brutally efficient with time in the pocket, completing 15 of 20 passes for 246 yards and three scores as the Browns struggled to mount a pass-rush against the Pack. But the real story was the running of Ryan Grant, who finally broke free for 148 yards and a touchdown on 27 carries. Even though the Browns were without standout linebacker D'Quell Jackson, Grant appeared to run with more purpose on Sunday, running tougher than he has in some time. Perhaps it was the Ahman Green signing t ...
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