Let's face it, the non-aerial portion of the Packers offense needs work.
And if we are being completely honest, it needs a lot of work.
Most teams employ a two or three back rotation, with different skill sets per back. This leaves defenses exhausted both mentally and physically as they try to stop two to three different types of running attacks, while also watching for the passing game.
The Packers have yet to find a consistent running game with Ryan Grant, or anyone since the departure of Ahman Green for that matter.
In the last several years they have been reluctant to use a trade or draft pick on a high profile half back.
If Grant is unable to find his explosiveness he showcased late in 2007, perhaps it is time to draft a big name ...
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