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Rodgers, Lacy guide short-handed Packers offense

8:29 PM, Oct. 13, 2013

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Five minutes into Sunday's game against the defending Super Bowl champions, the Green Bay Packers lost one of their Big Three receivers to a leg injury. It wasn't even halftime before another one was knocked out of the game with a knee injury.

Things looked bleak for an offense that had sputtered in the first half: 1-for-9 on third downs, 10-of-21 passing and a paltry 6 points.

James Jones entered the game with a team-high 17.8-yard average per reception but exited on the Packers' eighth play from scrimmage, the victim of a knee injury while blocking on a running play. Randall Cobb, whose 403 ...

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