Eddie Lacy carries the load for fantasy owners on 'Monday Night Football'

Green Bay Packers running back Eddie Lacy runs with the ball against the Chicago Bears - Mike McGinnis

Green Bay Packers running back Eddie Lacy rushed 22 times for 150 yards and a touchdown in a loss to the Chicago Bears on "Monday Night Football." We bring you the fantasy impact here.

Green Bay Packers running back Eddie Lacy carried the ball 22 times for 150 yards and a 6.8 yards per carry average in a loss to the Chicago Bears on Monday Night Football. Lacy's spot as the feature back is secure in Green Bay barring a change. After quarterback Aaron Rodgers went down with a shoulder injury in the first series, the Packers in large part fed Lacy the ball. With Rodgers' status uncertain, Lacy becomes even more valuable to the Packers offense.

Fantasy impact: Lacy will remain the Packers' lead back. On the year, the rookie has 134 carries for 596 yards and four touchdowns. He has also seen some looks in the passing game and has 12 receptions for 78 yards. The Packers will face the Philadelphia Eagles in Week 10. The Eagles are giving up the 18th-most fantasy points to running backs.

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