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Eddie Lacy Active For Week 15, Will Split Carries With Starks

Packers running back Eddie Lacy is dealing with a bruised hip but is active for Week 15 against Buffalo.Fantasy Spin:Lacy left Monday night's game early. James Starks ran well in Lacy's absence and could eat into his rushing total. This could be a shared situation.
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4 days ago  |  Discuss

James Starks Has Solid Fantasy Day vs. Falcons

Packers running back James Starks ran for 75 yards and a touchdown on just 10 carries and combined for 101 yards from scrimmage.Fantasy Spin:Starks saw almost as much work as starter Eddie Lacy and posted excellent fantasy numbers for a backup. It was his best game of the season, but there is no guarantee that this level of work and production will continue.
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9 days ago  |  Discuss

Green Bay Packers RB James Starks Had Plenty of Reason to Celebrate Monday Night

The life of the back-up running back can be a little frustrating--just ask Green Bay Packers running back James Starks. Unlike the No. 1 guy he doesn't always get a chance to work his way in to the game. He is just expected to hop right in and perform; something that is often easier said than done.So when Starks got a few carries Monday night against the Falcons he made sure he did...
Via FatManWriting
9 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH Packers RB James Starks ruin a million fantasy football matchups at once

When it comes to fantasy football there are vultures and then there are vultures, and Green Bay Packers running back James Starks is definitely the latter. Eddie Lacy started out Green Bay’s first drive on fire: he gained 40 yards on three touches and looked like he might break through and score a touchdown in the opening minutes of Monday Night Football… And then this happened...
Via cover32 - Packers
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Green Bay Packers: What is wrong with the offense?

In previous seasons, the Green Bay Packers strength has been their offense.  Led by the best quarterback in the NFL Aaron Rodgers, rising running back Eddie Lacy, and explosive wide receivers Jordy Nelson and Randall Cobb, the Packers looked like a top five offense heading into this season.  Their weakness has been their defense.  The defense couldn’t stop anybody, which forced...
September 24, 2014  |  Discuss

Green Bay Packers: Impressions from preseason game #1

James Starks The Green Bay Packers fell to the Tennessee Titans on Saturday night 20-16.  Like many other preseason games, the score does not tell much of the story when it comes to the game.  The game was played in a monsoon, with rain falling throughout most of the contest.  While the rain did not live up to expectations, here are some players that shined in rainy Tennessee...
August 13, 2014  |  Discuss

Green Bay Packers: Three late-round sleepers to target

While most of the publicity from the NFL Draft is on the players who were selected in the first round, the later rounds is often when some great gems are found.  Arguably a top five all time quarterback, Tom Brady wasn’t taken until the sixth round with the 199th overall pick.  Seattle Seahawks shutdown cornerback Richard Sherman was not taken until the fifth round in 2011....
April 26, 2014  |  Discuss

Reports: Packers re-sign Starks to two-year deal

The Green Bay Packers' rushing offense was the best it's been in a decade last season and the team is making sure to keep the two-headed monster that made it so successful intact for a couple more years. Green Bay has reportedly come to terms with free-agent running back James Starks on a two-year deal, according to multiple media outlets. Starks had received interest from...
Via Fox Sports Wisconsin
March 18, 2014  |  Discuss

Packers are still interested in James Starks

The Pittsburgh Steelers were meeting with running back James Starks and now it seems like the Packers are still in the mix.  According to Tyler Dunne of the Milwaukee Post Gazette. TyDunne In addition to his #Steelers visit, two more teams are interested in James Starks. Source says #Packers are still in the mix. 3/17/14 […] The post Packers are still interested in James Starks...
Via NFL Draft Diamonds
March 17, 2014  |  Discuss

James Starks Could Leave Packers for Steelers

Lost in all the excitement surrounding the Packers signing of defensive end Julius Peppers over the weekend, one piece of news that has gone under the radar is the possibility of running back James Starks being signed away by the Pittsburgh Steelers. Starks, the four-year veteran out of Buffalo, was an important part of the Packers Super Bowl Championship team in 2010, when he started...
Via PPR Fantasy Football
March 17, 2014  |  Discuss

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