Packers RB Eddie Lacy proved that he’s a dominating power back against the hapless Minnesota Vikings.
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Packers RB Eddie Lacy had a career game against the Vikings on Thursday night, but the goat of the night was poor Robert Blanton. After Thursday’s 42-10 drubbing at the hands of the Green Bay Packers, there may not be a player on the team who more represented the Minnesota Vikings defensive effort than Blanton on the Packers first and last TD drives.
In the first quarter Lacy broke free for a 29-yard run and absolutely trucked Blanton:
Then, on the Packers final, nail-in-coffin drive late in the 3rd quarter, Lacy struck again – dragging Blanton (who lost his helmet trying to make the tackle) into the endzone.
Let’s hope Lacy was nice enough to mail Blanton some aspirin after the beating he gave him.