The Green Bay Packers have been searching for a respectable rushing attack for the past few years and they finally had a breakthrough on Sunday afternoon against the Washington Redskins. After entering the game for an injured Eddie Lacy who suffered a concussion Starks managed to rush for more than 100 yards.

It was the first time since Week 5 of the 2010 season that a Packers running back had reached 100 yards.

That is a whopping 45 games.

The Packers have remained a top team in the NFL despite their lack of a balance offense so they could be an even more dangerous team if they can get a consistent rusher in the backfield.