Over the years Mike McCarthy has talked about fielding a team that, as he put it, could "play all out."

If the Green Bay Packers' last two exhibition games are any indication, McCarthy has that team.

Last week, the Packers went to the Edward Jones Dome in St. Louis and knocked the Rams' starting defense almost out of the building with a racehorse style of no-huddle offense that ran up 178 yards in two series.

On Friday night, McCarthy attacked with that same no-huddle from the get-go against the Oakland Raiders. Even more interesting was his overall aggressiveness that knew almost no bounds.

The Packers ended up winning, 31-21, in the 65th annual Upper Midwest Shrine Game before a crowd of 73,907 at 80,750-seat Lambeau Field.

Eddie Lacy was the leading man as the Packers (2-1) opened with a six-play, 72-yard touchdown drive. The big back carried six times for 36 yards and a 1-yard scoring run, then took a seat on the bench after one series for the second straight game.

"They're very in sync," said Tom Flores, the two-time Super Bowl-winning coach of the Raiders who now serves as analyst on Oakland's radio network. "Really, it's like they're in midseason form.

"Aaron (Rodgers) handles the no-huddle really well. He's a 10-year veteran who's had the same coach for nine years. It's like having your own coach on the field."

McCarthy, however, wasn't content to kick the extra point. Rodgers gunned a slant to Jordy Nelson and it quickly was 8-0.