Green Bay Packers Best and Worst of 2013
Normally, this would go to quarterback Aaron Rodgers by default, but he missed seven games with a broken collarbone. We’re not going to suggest Rodgers isn’t the best player on the team, but we’ve got to hand the MVP to Easy Eddie Lacy. Lacy not only brought a running game and toughness to Green Bay, he kept the Packers in games even when Rodgers was out. Lacy’s performance is even more impressive when you consider opposing teams were stacking the box to stop him in those games because the threat of the passing game wasn’t there. Ed plowed right the hell through them anyway. He also played several games on a bum ankle.
Here’s the stat line: 284 carries, 1,178 yards, 4.1 yards per carry, 11 touchdowns, 35 receptions, 257 yards