Clemens appreciates the fact Stacy doesn't dance around and try to make something out of nothing and risk a big loss if the defense is stacked against the play.
"So, he gets back to the line of scrimmage, gets us a couple and we're able to be in second-and-8 vs. second-and-13," Clemens said.
The past four games, Stacy has two 100-yard games and four touchdowns. The past three, he's averaged 26 carries.
"Every week, every team is going to have great backs and good running games, and excellent schemes and things like that," Bears defensive coordinator Mel Tucker said. "We just have to do our jobs.
"Nothing's really changed."
Stacy totaled 28 touches in a surprising 38-8 rout at Indianapolis before the bye. He had 33 touches against Tennessee, 27 against Seattle, 21 at Carolina and 20 at Houston.
"I didn't really know how much it would affect me," Stacy said. "Over 25 carries in this league, it's a lot and obviously you get sore and whatnot.
"The main thing is taking care of your body."
Jackson had eight consecutive 1,000-yard seasons before leaving to take a free-agent deal in Atlanta after 2012. Stacy has a shot at giving the Rams another 1,000-yard man, stepping in after Daryl Richardson was sidelined with a foot injury.
"Jack's a big man, he's a real big man," Stacy said. "Unfortunately, I wasn't able to meet him before he left, but I've heard some great things about Jack.
"I'd love to meet him but obviously it'll have to come in the offseason."
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