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Running on empty? Green Bay Packers look for better execution in stagnant rushing game

9:17 PM, Nov. 29, 2010
Postgame analysis: Falcons 20, Packers 17
Postgame analysis: Falcons 20, Packers 17: Kareem Copeland and Mike Vandermause identify key factors behind the Packers' fourth loss of the season by 3 points.
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The running back wants more opportunities. The coaches want more production.

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One thing both parties can agree on is the Green Bay Packers' running game wasn't good enough in Sunday's 20-17 loss at Atlanta. The search for a running game, which has been on-going for much of the last 2 months since starting halfback Ryan Grant was lost to a season-ending ankle injury in Week 1, continued on Monday ...

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