Packers running back DuJuan Harris runs past the block of Josh Sitton (71) to score a touchdown in the fourth quarter against the Detroit Lions on Sunday night at Lambeau Field. Evan Siegle/Press-Gazette Media
The Green Bay Packers could be heading down the same road with their running game that they were on in 2010.
On the way to winning Super Bowl XLV, they didn't find their primary running back until late in that regular season. James Starks, then a rookie who had spent most of the season trying to come back from an offseason hamstring injury, made his regular-season debut in Week 13, and his 73-yard performance that day against the San Francisco 49ers ultimately thrust him into a starting role throughout the playoffs.
Perhaps the same thing happened in Week 14 of this season. Nearly two years to the ...