Check out the best runs from Week 3 of preseason action.

AHHHHHH!!!!! Kickoff cannot get here fast enough! 

LOVE Eddie Lacy!

Check out highlights from Green Bay Packers running back Eddie Lacy during the 2016 regular season.

Will you have Eddie on your fantasy football team next year???
Is Green Bay Packers RB Eddie Lacy running track? Name this move!

Check out the top 5 runs: Ezekiel Elliott's 12-yard run against Packers, Cam Newton's race into the endzone, and Eddie Lacy's 25-yard run including a leap frog.
Leap frog! 

Green Bay Packers running back Eddie Lacy leaps over Byron Jones to show off his best hurdle. What an impressive move!

Is Eddie Lacy your Fantasy football running back?

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Check out the 31-yard play by Eddie Lacy, the 53-yard sprint by LeSean McCoy, and the amazing 85-yard return by Jamison Crowder- all happening in Week 5!
Green Bay Packers running back Eddie Lacy can't be stopped for 31 yards, runs through defense!

Did you have Eddie Lacy on your Fantasy football team?
Check out the amazing 73-yard run from Darren Sproles, Eddie Lacy's 23-yard run against the Lions, and OBJ's 24-yard catch against the Redskins!
Green Bay Packers running back Eddie Lacy rushed for 61 yards, helping the Packers to a 27-23 victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars in Week 1!

Is Eddie Lacy on your NFL RUSH Fantasy football team?
Packers RB Eddie Lacy shined in preseason Week 2, rushing for 45 yards on 9 carries while scoring a TD!

Will you pick Eddie Lacy as running back on your NFL RUSH Fantasy Football team?
Packers running back Eddie Lacy showed he's ready to be a Fantasy football force in Preseason Week 1 vs. the Browns.

Will you start Eddie on your NFL RUSH Fantasy Football team???
Poll: Two Truths Revealed!
The two truths about Eddie Lacy were:

A. I prefer watching cartoons over watching football.

B. I rushed for 1,178 yards and 11 TDs during my first year in the NFL.

And the trick was:

C. I was originally drafted by the New York Giants.

Did we trick you? Let us know below and don't forget to check out next week's edition of Two Truths and a Trick Play.

Poll: Two Truths and a Trick Play!
Below are 3 statements about Eddie Lacy. Two are the truth and one is a trick.

Can you determine which are real and which one is fake? Good luck!

A. I prefer watching cartoons over watching football.

B. I  rushed for 1,178 yards and 11 TDs during my first year in the NFL.

C. I was originally drafted by the New York Giants.

Check back Friday at 2pm EST to see if your guess is correct!

Running back and free agent James Starks is staying with the Green Bay Packers!

Starks ran 148 times for 601 yards and 2 TDs last season. Running back Eddie Lacy was the starter for Green Bay most of last season but James Starks could get more spotlight next season if Lacy slows down.

Who do you think is a better RB: Lacy or Starks?

Check out the awesome run from Green Bay Packers RB Eddie Lacy in the game against the Dallas Cowboys.
Wow. St. Louis Rams running back Todd Gurley dove into the endzone for a touchdown against the Detroit Lions.

Would you rank this play as #1?
Tampa Bay Buccaneers running back Doug Martin breaks loose for a huge 84-yard run against the Philadelphia Eagles. Great play!

Was that your favorite run of the week?

Green Bay Packers running back Eddie Lacy is a mover and shaker both on and off the field!

Eddie was voted the 60th-best player in the NFL by his peers on the "Top 100 Players of 2015," moving up an impressive 30 spots from last year.

Do you think Eddie should have been in the top 50?

Poll: Who is the Packers MVP?

If not for the Seattle Seahawks miracle comeback in the NFC Championship game, the Green Bay Packers just might have been crowned as this years Super Bowl Champions.

Yes, the Packers were for real.

Who do you think was their Most Valuable Player?

Aaron Rodgers, QB - Rodgers' leadership skills are almost as impressive at his 4,381 passing yards and 38 TDs.

Eddie Lacy, RB - Lacy cranked out another big year as the Packers leading rusher, with 1,137 yards on the ground and 13 TDs.

Clay Matthews, LB - Clay showed his versatility this year by playing both inside and outside linebacker spots. He tallied 61 tackles, 11 sacks, 2 forced fumbles and 9 batted passes.

Lambeau Field - The frozen tundra of the NFL's most legendary stadium serves to intimate the Packers opponents. Need proof? Including both the preseason and the playoffs, the Packers played 11 games at home. How man did they win? Yeah, all 11!

Packers running back Eddie Lacy puts on the spin cycle to get past Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman.
Poll: Conference Championships Game Day!
Your dream of playing in the Super Bowl is within reach. All you have to do is win one more game and you're there!

But standing in front of you is the best of the best, and they have the exact same dream, and they are not about to give it to you easily.

The AFC and NFC Championship games today are going to be great!
Green Bay Packers vs. Seattle Seahawks

Sunday, 3:05 ET, FOX

The defending champion Seahawks remind us of last year's Seahawks squad. The Legion of Boom defense looks dominant and the offense, led by Russell Wilson and Marshawn "Beast Mode" Lynch, is tough as nails and makes very few mistakes. Plus the Seahawks are practically invincible at home.

If any team can do it, though, it's the Packers. If you are going to go up against the top defense in the league, you might as well bring a QB who many think is the best, Aaron Rodgers. Add in Jordy Nelson and Eddie Lacy, and that's a lot of firepower for Seattle to handle. On defense, the Packers Clay Matthews relishes challenges like Wilson and Lynch.

This one is going to be a huge battle the entire way.

Indianapolis Colts vs. New England Patriots

Sunday, 6:40 ET, CBS

All of the focus here is on the QBs and rightly so. Patriots great Tom Brady is the master, a two time NFL and Super Bowl MVP. Colts youngster Andrew Luck is on the threshold of joining the elite QB club, and a win today would arguable put him there.

Both the Patriots and the Colts bring great compliments on offense -- think Rob Gronkowski and T.Y. Hilton, to name just two -- and have unsung defenses that are stronger than you think.

Will the veteran master get to yet another Super Bowl? Or will a new king arise?
Have tons of fun watching these great games today!

Showing his fantastic rookie year was no fluke, second year Green Bay Packers running back Eddie Lacy racked up 1,440 total yards and 13 touchdowns in 2014.

Take a look at his best plays of the season. Which one do you think was his best?

Poll: Green Bay Packers Playoffs Fun Facts
  • The Packers led the league in scoring with 30.4 points per game.
  • Aaron Rodgers threw for 4,381 yards and 38 TDs this!

  • Eddie Lacy carries the ground load for the Packers with 1,139 yards and 9 TDs rushing.
  • Jordy Nelson handles the receiving end of things with 1,519 yards and 13 TDs.
  • Clay Matthews anchors the Packers defense.
  • Ha Ha Clinton-Dix might have the most fun name in football.
  • Green Bay finished the regular season 12-4 and won the NFC North.
  • Vince Lombardi coached Green Bay to the first two Super Bowl wins in 1966 and 1967.
  • At Lambeau Field, Aaron Rodgers is on a streak of 41 touchdown passes versus no interceptions.

Check out the Green Bay Packers NFL RUSH home page here.

Poll: Rodgers Rocks

Sunday, January 11th

NFC Divisional Playoffs

Green Bay Packers 26 - Dallas Cowboys 21
Aaron Rodgers (22 fantasy points) threw two 2nd-half TD passes and rallied the Packers to a huge come-from-behind victory over the Cowboys. One TD was a 41 yard pass to Davante Adams and the other was a 13 yard dart to Richard Rodgers. Eddie Lacy (11 fantasy points) and Randall Cobb (11 fantasy points) also had nice games for Green Bay.

The Cowboys, led by Tony Romo (14 fantasy points), let an 8 point 2nd-half lead get away and are left with another disappointing playoff loss.

The Packers will face the Seattle Seahawks in next week's NFC Championship game.

Poll: Playoffs Game Day 2: IT IS ON AGAIN!
Wait a mean we have ANOTHER two great playoff games today? But we haven't recovered from yesterday's two great playoff games yet!

And today has ANOTHER four great quarterbacks? Ok, ok, we'll toughen up and get ready to watch another great day of football.
Dallas Cowboys vs. Green Bay Packers - 1:05 ET on FOX

This one might be even better. The Cowboys ride into town with Tony Romo, DeMarco Murray and Dez Bryant. The Packers counter with Aaron Rodgers, Jordy Nelson, and Eddie Lacy.

It may be chilly at Lambeau Field today but this one is going to be a barn burner!

Indianapolis Colts vs. Denver Broncos
- 4:35 ET on NBC

Try to picture yourself in 60 years, bouncing your grandchildren on your knees and telling them about the time you watched Peyton Manning and Andrew Luck go head-to-head in the playoffs.

Trust us, it will be a great moment for you and your grandkids. You won't want to miss do not miss this game!
Pinch really are awake. These two awesome playoff games really are happening today. Enjoy!