It’s one of the least-discussed statistics for the 2010 Green Bay Packers, but there’s no discounting its role in the team’s success and its importance heading into Sunday’s NFC Championship in Chicago. To find out what it is, check out today’s feature story.
The Packers have rushed the ball at least 30 times in four of their last five games, and that benchmark is a target again versus the Bears. That leads off today’s notebook, which also includes some thoughts from defensive coordinator Dom Capers on his previous trips to conference title games.
In addition, honorary captain Willie Davis, the Hall of Fame defensive end who played for the Packers throughout the 1960s when the team won five NFL titles, shared some thoughts with Packers.com on his assignment for Sunday’s game.
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