Eddie Lacy has the most yards in the NFL since week 5, according to ESPN Stats and Info.
Eddie Lacy has the most rushing yards in the NFL (510 and counting) since the start of Week 5
— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) November 5, 2013
Add this 56-yard run to the list:
With the run to set up a TD to start the third quarter — Lacy punched it in the next play from 1-yard out — the Green Bay Packers tied the Chicago Bears at 17 apiece on Monday Night Football. All told for the game, Lacy has 15 carries for 131 yards and a score.
Packers’ running back James Stark added a 32 yarder in the first quarter, and Green Bay has 180 yards rushing thus far.
Green Bay kicker Mason Crosby has since added his second field goal of the game, a 23 yarder, to put the Packers up 20-17 with 8:48 left in the third.
Aaron Rodgers injured his left shoulder on the first drive of the ball game and is out for the remainder of the contest. Seneca Wallace has been mediocre – at best – in relief, going 7 of 12 for 65 yards and an interception. If the Packers’ running game keeps up like this, they won’t need Wallace to be stellar.
Josh McCown is playing in relief of Jay Cutler in this battle of the backup quarterbacks and has gone 15 of 25 for 199 yards including a 23-yard touchdown strike to Brandon Marshall in the first quarter.