Following a four-carry, 24-yard performance against the Cleveland Browns a week ago, Green Bay Packers running back Eddie Lacy followed that with 45 yards on nine carries with a touchdown in Thursday nights 20-12 win over the Oakland Raiders.
The Packers offensive line did a great job with opening holes and when Lacy needed to make a move, or break a tackle, he did.
Lacy’s one-yard touchdown run finished off a 14-play, 74-yard game opening drive that chewed up seven minutes and 36 seconds.
Lacy’s first carry went for 20-yards, through a huge hole that was opened up by the blocking of center JC Tretter and guard Josh Sitton. [Read more…]