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Notebook: Starks thrives in Lacy's absence

9:44 PM, Sep. 15, 2013

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Mike McCarthy had no desire to reminisce about how long it had been since the Green Bay Packers had a running back rush for more than 100 yards in a regular-season game.

The only thing on the eighth-year Packers coach's mind following Sunday's 38-20 win over Washington was that fourth-year running back James Starks came through with a career day in place of Eddie Lacy, who left in the first quarter with a concussion.

In Lacy's place, the 27-year-old veteran played like the starting running back he was supposed to be last season before turf toe and a knee bruise limited him to six games. On Sunday, he ...

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